SP 04 Buyeo Tour (UNESCO, Baekje Kingdom) Special Offer Tour

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Duration: 8:00~18:00/ Every Tuesday

Tuesday Special Offer :  US$ 63 (Minimum 2 People)

 

See the ancient sites of the Baekje Dynasty, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site! Visit a historical theme park, a cultural site full of architectural recreations, and see the tombs of the Baekje royalty.


Includes

- Pick-up: Hongdae Station Exit 8, Myeongdong Station Exit 1 or Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station Exit 10
- Drop-off at Myeongdong Station
- Transfers
- English speaking guide
- Admission Ticket

Excludes

- Tips for the guide

- Meal
- Personal expenses
- Optional activity costs

*Photo Credit: (c) KOREA TOURISM ORGANIZATION

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Pick up at designated subway station > Jeongnimsaji Temple Site & Five-story Stone Pagoda (UNESCO) > Buyeo National Museum > Baekje Cultural Land > Songsan-ri Tombs and Royal Tomb of King Muryeong (UNESCO) > Drop-off at Myeongdong Station 


Seodongyo Theme Park

Spend a day immersing yourself in the history and culture of the ancient Baekje Dynasty of Korea (18 BC to 660 AD). After being picked up from your hotel, travel to the Seodongyo Theme Park, a historical park offering a variety of highlights - see the royal residences of Baekje and Silla, the place where nobles held their banquets, the commoners' village, and the village of the nobles. Visitors can also play traditional games, make necklaces, try on costumes, and more!


 

Sabigung Palace

The second part of your tour will be a stop to Baekje Cultural Land, a 3 million square meter site filled with traces of Baekje culture. Sabigung Palace and Neungsa Temple have been recreated according to original specifications, showcasing the scenery of royal palaces of the dynasty. Marvel at the Five-Story Stone Pagoda from the Jehyangnu ferry.


Neungsa Temple

The final stop is a visit to the seven Songsan-Ri Tombs, which include the Royal Tomb of King Muryeong and his queen, who ruled the kingdom from 501 to 523 AD. Admire the wall paintings in many of the tombs, and the unique architectural patterns created through a certain way of laying bricks. The Tomb of King Muryeong, now closed off, was discovered full of national treasures that have supplied Baekje scholars with precious research material. You will still be able to visit a miniature duplicate of the tomb to admire its beauty. Your tour ends with transportation to Myeongdong Station at 6:00 PM after a full day experiencing the fascinating Baekje Dynasty. .


Royal Tomb of King Muryeong and his queen

 


 

CANCELLATION & REFUND

1. Short Tours/Attractions/products (with duration of one day or less) and not including train or flight ticket and/or overnight accommodation

- Cancellation between 7 and 4 calendar days before the services begin: You will be charged a 25% cancellation fee.

- Cancellation within 3 calendar days before the services begin: You will be charged a 50% cancellation fee.

- Cancellation the day of the services or after: You will be charged a 100% cancellation fee.(no refund)

 

2. Special request / Private tours AND / OR Tours/Attractions/products including  train or flight ticket and/or hotel accommodations. 

- Cancellation between 30 to 15 calendar days before services begin: You will be charged 10% cancellation fee.

- Cancellation between 14 to 7 calendar days before services begin: You will be charged 25% cancellation fee.

- Cancellation 7 to 3 calendar days before the service: You will be charged a 50% cancellation fee.

- Cancellation 2 days before or the day of the services or after: You will be charged a 100% cancellation fee.(no refund)

Highlights

  • See the royal residences of the Baekje and Silla kingdoms. 
  • Admire the unique wall paintings in the Tomb of King Muryeon.
  • Experience Baekje’s Cultural Land, full of faithful recreations of palaces and temples.
  • Visit the seven Songsan-Ri Tombs, filled with beautiful wall art and national treasures.

Route

  1. Iksan