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21.00 h. Group assemble at the Suvarnabhumi Airport Departure Lounge on 4th floor, BUSINESS AIR Counter F, where the group will be greeted by staff to facilitate check-in procedures.


Liquids, aerosols or gel carried in hand luggage should not exceed 100 ml per item (combined not more than 1 liter), and should be stored in a transparent bag with easy access. Import of fresh items such as pork, beef, vegetables and fruits are prohibited to prevent spread of diseases and will be fined by Customs authorities if discovered.

Day2  Nami Island – Soeraksan National Park – Sinheungsa Temple
00.10 h. Departure to Seoul via 8B 868. Flying time is approximately 5 hours. Hot meals and beverages will be provided.

07.30 h. Arrive at Incheon International Airport. The local time is 2 hours ahead of Bangkok time (for convenience, please adjust your watch according to the local time). Proceed for Immigration clearance.
This morning, head for Chuncheon (city surrounded by lakes), an island located in the province of Dongwando. A ferry ride to Nami Island, enjoy the natural scenic of one of the locations used for filming television series “Winter Love Song” which became famous in Korea and Asia. Nami is a leaf shape island

located at the northern Han river. You are at leisure to enjoy strolling in the park among the very tall tree lanes of pine and chestnut and pay respect to General Nami’s grave. Enjoy the romantic surrounding under the tree shades, watching many animal such as birds, ostritches, rabbits, squirrels, ducks and deer, and take pictures of your favourite spots.

Lunch at Restaurant serving Dak Galbi, one of favourite dishes of Korean people which consists of barbecued chicken and vegetables fried with Korean barbecue sauce in a flat pan, It is eaten wrapped in lettuce leaf like the Thai snack “miang kham”. As another dish, Dak Galbi is also used for fried rice with dried seaweed served with accompanied side dishes.

Afternoon Proceed to Soeraksan National Park passing through forests, mountain ranges, valleys, streams and pools. Appreciate the beautiful surroundings of Kongwando province. Soeraksan National Park, also referred as “Switzerland of Korea” is considered most beautiful mountain range in Korea which extends up to Geumdong mountain of North Korea. The rock formations resemble line up of statues. There is a large variety of plants and trees which change colours according to the season. Visitors are recommended to take a ride in the cable car to enjoy the unique beautiful scenery and for a breath of fresh air. The cable car ride costs approximately 9,000 won which is not included in the programme.

Visit Sinheungsa Temple.
An ancient temple built during Shilla dynasty. Pay respect at the large size bronze Buddha in meditation before crossing the bridge to enter the temple for prayer and blessing.

Evening Dinner at Restaurant serving Bulgogi – Korea’s most popular dish consisting sliced beef or pork marinated in a sauce made of pear juice, sugar, soy sauce, chopped garlic and onions, sesame oil and other spices. The dish is served grilled or boiled.
Check into Yong In River Hotel or similar category hotel.

Day 3 Korean Folk Village – Everland – N Tower – Dongdaemun

Morning Breakfast at the Hotel.
Start the day at Korean Folk Village.
Enjoy a walk through the Folk Village with numerous replicas of traditional houses from Chosun period, 260 in all. A display of element traditional life and culture. Walk around the traditional market and sample food and drinks such as injoelmi, bukeogui, bindaeddeok, pajeon and dongdongju it offers. Enjoy the display of cultural performances from 10.30 – 12.00 hours.

Lunch at Restaurant serving Galbi,
the famous Korean dish well known throughout the world. Large slices of marinated pork steak cooked on grills and cut into bite pieces served with red and green peppers, kimchi and lettuce used to wrap the meat which is then dipped in a sauce accompanied by rice, seaweed soup and side dishes.

Afternoon Spend your afternoon at Everland, the largest open space theme park. The country’s most famous park is referred as “Korean Disneyland”, situated amid hills. Tour the world of wild animals in the safari. A close-up view of liger, (only one left) of the world’s first twins, among other animals and experience the intimate communications between the bears and the van driver. Don’t miss the fun with One Day Pass. You can choose to experience and enjoy unlimited entertainment facilities. One of the Everland’s main attractions is Asia’s first wooden roller coaster, the T Express, which is the fastest roller coaster. Enjoy the Snow Buster, a facility opened during winter. Experience the newly opened Lost Valley on an amphibious floatplane and watch a range of wild animals.

Evening BBQ Korea @ Tuerak Restaurant serving a variety of food consisting of grilled shrimps, squids, fish, pork, chicken with fresh Korean vegetables, kimchi, Korean vermicelli, soups and salads complete with assorted ice creams and beverages.

Stop at Seoul Tower (elevator fee to the tower not included) 1 of 17 tallest towers in the world at 480 meters above the sea level. The tower offers a panoramic night view of Seoul at 360 degree. A scene from a drama filmed at the tower has created a most famous spot where visitors come to take memorable photos at the same location.
Take part in the Love Key Ceremony, a belief that lovers hang the padlock on the tree and throw away the key will have eternal love.

Shopping at Dongdaemun Market (East Gate).
A shopping district featuring more than 10,000 specialty shops. All kinds of items can be found here including Korean fashion clothing, accessories, shoes, scarves, neckties, sports goods including cosmetics such as Etude, The Face Shop, Skin Food and many more at wholesale and retail prices.
Check into M Hotel or similar category hotel.


Day 4 Ginseng Centre – Herbal Center – Gyeongbok Palace – Duty Free – Myeondong Market
Morning Breakfast at Hotel.
Visit Ginseng Center, products certified by the government of Korea. Learn about the life cycle, produce from 6 year old roots is considered superior quality ginseng. Select and buy for your own consumption or as souvenirs. The prices are inexpensive, compared to prices sold in Thailand which is double.
Stop at Herbal Center – the specie of these plants grow on hilly areas between 50-800 meters above the sea level. The herbs are popular among the new generation for kidney and liver cleansing toxic from alcohol, coffee and chemicals.

After that you are at leisure to shop cosmetics at MIDAM where a collection of various brands including ROJUKISS clinical cosmetics brand of Korea are sold at prices much cheaper than in Thailand.

Proceed to Gyeongbok Palace, the most ancient building constructed in 1394 more than 600 years ago. Within the complex there was a cluster of 200 palaces which were destroyed by imperial Japanese Invasion. Since then, the walled palace complex has been gradually restored to its original form. Within the palace walls were the army command centre and living quarters of the royal family. You can pose for photos by the Gyeonghoern pavilion built in the middle of the pond which used to hold important and special state banquets during the Joesoen dynasty.

Afternoon Lunch at Restaurant serving Jimdak stewed chicken. A dish of vermicelli topped with chicken stewed with onions and local vegetables. The traditional dish is served with seaweed soup and is a favourite fushion dish of Korean people.

Shopping at Myeondong Market or fashion district of Korea. It features mid to high priced retail stores and international brand outlets as compared to local markets like Dongdaemun. There are small boutiques featuring shoes, salons, cosmetic brands such as Etude, The Face Shop and Skin Food. Also many choice coffee shops and restaurants.

Evening Dinner @ Dolphin Restaurant serving Shabu Shabu, which consists of assorted vegetables, mushrooms, bean curd, bacon, thinly sliced pork cooked in boiling broth, served with steamed rice and sesame sauce. This popular Korean dish is a favourite among Thai people.

Return to M Hotel or similar category hotel.



Day 5 Amethyst Factory or Red Pine Oil Center - Super Market - Bangkok
Morning Breakfast at the Hotel.
Visit Amethyst Outlet. Korea is famous for this purple gem stone known for its healing properties and good luck. The colors range from light purple to deep wine purple.

The stones are exquisite on rings, earrings and bracelets. OR
Red Pine Needle Oil Center. The oil is produced from pine needles grown in the wild forest on the highest mountain range in Korea. The benefit of the oil was discovered through many years of extensive research. A capsule of oil contains extracts of 2.7 kilo of pine needles. The health benefits include blood purification, blood pressure, diabetes and heart diseases.

Afternoon Lunch at Restaurant serving Samgyetang, a nourishing Korean chicken and ginseng soup, an ancient menu originated from the royal palace. Specially selected young chickens no more than 45 days old are stuffed with healthy ingredients such as rice, ginseng, goji berries and other ingredients. For better taste, add some noodles (one chicken per person), flavor with salt and pepper. Served with Korean wine “Insumju”.

Stop by the Super Market for souvenirs, snacks, chocolate, seaweed, kimchi, fresh fruits, ginseng, mud packs, cosmetics, health pillows, Korean noodles and many more, to bring back home for friends and relatives.

17.00 Board the Business Air flight 8B 867 bound for Bangkok.
21.00 h. Safe arrival at Suvarnabhumi Airport with unforgettable memories.

Departure Pice
2,3,9,10,16,17,23,24 Nov  57
1,4,8,15,18,22,25 Nov  57
31 ต.ค.,5,6,7,12,13,14, 19,20,21,26,27,28,29 Nov  57
18,500  THB
18,900  THB
19,500  THB
Single occupancy – additional charge 4,500 THB
Travelers Design Club reserves the right to change the flight time, program or menu depending on the circumstances, without prior notice.

Fares include
1. Round trip on specified route traveling with tour group
2. Meals as specified in the program
3. Entrance fees to various locations specified in the program
4. Accommodations in hotels specified in the program or similar category hotel (2 persons per room)
5. Transportation
6. Airport taxes
7. Baggage 25 kilos per person
8. Tour Guides
9. Travel Insurance Baht 1,000,000 per person (according to the terms and conditions)

Not included in the fares

1. Personal Expenses such as Passport application fees, personal phone calls, laundry services, mini bar in room, extra food and beverages (please contact the tour leader for additional items and pay the difference)
2. 7% value added tax plus 3% tax
3. Excess luggage over 25 kilo allowance
4. Alien Visa fees. Please provide following documents.

• Passport ● Copy of House Registration
• Identification ● Bank Saving Book (optional)
• Resident Permit ● two 2 inch photos

The staff will assist with the visa processing for which the traveler pays for visa fees. Holders of alien visas are required to apply for exit and re-entry visa before traveling and submitting the passport for visa application.

5. Tips for driver and local guide 20,000 won or 600 Baht per person/per trip.

1. Minimum number to a tour group is 10 persons or more
2. Flight and tour program can be changed as necessity arises to accommodate travelers convenience.
3. Validity of the passport should not be less than 6 months.
4. The company shall not be held responsible for flight delay, demonstration, strikes or deny departure/arrival by the immigration authorities, Labour Department in Thailand or Korea which is beyond our control.
5. The company will not be responsible if the tour member does not participate in a particular tour program or take particular meal as all related expenses have already been made in advance to the agents Korea.
6. The company will not be responsible in case of loss, theft or accident caused through the negligence of the tour member.
7. In the case the tour member does not travel with the group on the set date, the travel date cannot be changed nor money refunded as this being a special fare ticket.
8. The partial or full payment made on airfares will not be refunded as it is considered that the traveler understand and accept the terms and conditions stipulated.
9. The traveler shall travel with the tour group according to the set program, and shall not be permitted to travel on his/her own unless otherwise prior written consent has been obtained. The insurance coverage made on behalf of tour members shall not cover in case of loss of life or property caused through accident including hotel accommodations and meals according to the set program, if traveling on his/her own.


1. A deposit of Baht 5,000 upon booking or full payment to be made 20 days before departure date.
2. In case the immigration department in Thailand or Korea deny departure or entry the company reserve the right to retain payments made on services.
3. In case the tour member is in her pregnancy, she shall notify the company when booking the tour. A medical certificate is required from the physician (in English 7 days before departure) certifying that she is fit to travel.
4. In case of cancellation, the company or their agent in Thailand or Korea reserve the right to retain the payment made. This also applies to deposits made on Charter flights and extra flights.

Tips on Tour

Important documents to be produced to the Korean Immigration Authorities. Visas are issued to tourists, consideration based on documents.
1. Documents on employment status, such as company identity card, business card or employment letter in English. Letter from the tour organizer in case of individual traveler.
2. Should carry approximately US$ 300 or 300,000 won for 5 days stay (if traveler do no carry credit cards such as Visa, American Express, Diners or Master card).
3. In case of students, a letter from the institution and student card. Recommend traveling with a relative under same surname.
4. In case of a new passport, please also attach the old one.
5. Dress appropriately. Do not wear slippers.

Useful Information

1. 1,000 Korean “won” is equivalent to Baht 30-35.
2. You can change the money at the Thai Airport. (US Dollars are used in the airport and hotels in Korea). Suggest you change to 600,000 won or USD 600 and carry credit cards in case the Immigration authorities ask to produce. (Rate of exchange is approximately US$1 equals 1,000-1,200 won).
3. The customs allow each traveler to carry 1 bottle liquor, 2 oz. perfume and 1 carton cigarettes. However, there are no restrictions on exit from Seoul.
4. Advise check on weather before traveling for appropriate clothings.


Spring March-May 10-25 degree celcius
Summer June-August 25-35
Autumn September-November 05-15
Winter December-February 01-10

5. The standard electricity supply in Korea is 110 volts, Most hotels and tourist locations may provide outlet converters for 110 and 220 volts
6. Many hotels do not generally provide tooth brush, paste, shampoo and such amenities and should carry personal items such as towels as the hotels provide only small towels which cannot be wrapped around. Drinking water is not provided (must pay for mini bar services).
7. During winter November-April, most hotels have heaters on (central air system), however you can have the windows open for cold air.
8. Thai mobile phones with GSM sim cards cannot be used as CDMA network is used in Korea. Please ensure that you change to international card before departure. Contact the International mobile counter located on the second floor Suvarnabhumi Airport. International phone cards are also available in all hotels for 3,000/5,000 and 10,000 won which can be used to call home by dialing 001-66-2- followed by the telephone number. (2-Bangkok/38-Cholburi/53-Chiangmai) followed by telephone number. For mobile, dial 001-66-8-followed by mobile number.
9. The time difference between Korea and Thailand is 2 hours. (Schedules are set according to Local time). For convenience, please adjust your watches accordingly.
10. Tipping in Korea is very essential. Most restaurants and hotels in Korea generally do not provide service staff. However if a staff assist with your luggages, you may consider giving a tip at your discretion. For instance, for driver and local guide who assist during the course of the tour you may pay an average of 20,000 won per person per trip.
11. There are 2 kinds of taxis, blue and white, meter starts at 1,900 won for the first 2 kilo meters (the drivers do not speak English). Time between 24.00-01.00 am additional 20% is charged. Deluxe taxis (yellow) the meter starts at 4,500 won for first 3 kilometers, no additional charge for night service (driver can speak English). Visitor should carry hotel business card or brochure when traveling by underground in Seoul. Ticket costs 1,000 won throughout the trip.
12. Shopping at local markets such as Dongdaemun, Myeongdong, Itaewon accept only Korean won and bargain can be made up to 10-30%. However, you cannot bargain at duty free outlets, department stores and super markets. Suggest carry a small calculator for easy calculations.
13. During sojourn ensure that you carry your passport, air ticket and other important documents and safely stored.
14. In restaurants set meals served are for four persons. Kimchi – a traditional fermented vegetables and spices is served as side dish with every meal.
If you should have any problem please contact the accompanying local guide.

Please ensure that you carry a valid passport. Be sure to check the expiry date of the passport which should not be less than 6 months to avoid difficulties in traveling. The company reserves the right to retain all payments made related to travel.



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