Spring in Korea for 5Days and 4Nights

Spring in Korea includes Roundtrip Airfare, Hotel Accommodation, Tours, Transfers and FREE VISA ASSISTANCE!

₱ 64,196 > ₱ 28,888
 
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INCLUSIONS

  • Roundtrip Airfare via Manila
  • 7kgs Hand Carry Baggage going to Korea
  • 7kgs Hand Carry Baggage to returning Destination
  • 15kgs Check in Baggage going to Korea
  • 15kgs Check in Baggage to returning Destination
  • Manila Airport Terminal Fee
  • Airline and Fuel Surcharges
  • 5 Days and 4 Nights Hotel Accommodation
  • Breakfast (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Day)
  • Lunch (2nd, 4th, 5th Day)
  • Dinner (Light Dinner on 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Day)
  • Relaxing Roundtrip Airport Transfers
  • French-style Theme Park Petite France and Little French Town
  • Namiseom (Nami) Island Tour where the Korean Drama "Winter Sonata" was taken
  • Sightseeing at Mt.Seorak
  • Gweongeumseong Fortress with Cable Car + Shingheungsa Temple
  • A one-day pass to the largest Theme Park of Korea, Everland
  • Visit Gyeongbokgung Palace, National Folk Museum / Pass by Blue House
  • Shopping Time at Ginseng Shop & Cosmetic Shop
  • Looking Around Insadong Antique Street + Duty Free Shop
  • Running Man Experience Center at SM Duty Free Shop
  • Visit N Seoul Tower for photo spot and Love locks
  • Photo stop at Cheonggyecheon Stream
  • Shopping Time at Myeongdong Area
  • Shopping Time at Red Pine Shop & Amethyst Showroom
  • Experience of Kimchi Making + Hanbok Wearing
  • Looking around Hongdae Youth Street
  • Admissions and Transfers during the tour
  • Licensed tour guides during the tour
  • Free Bottled Water
  • FREE Travel Insurance
  • FREE Visa Assistance
  • Hotel Surcharges and Free use of other Hotel Facilities
  • Friendly and accommodating staff will be ready to assist all your needs

  • Via
    Manila (MNL) - Seoul (Incheon South Korea), South korea (ICN)
    CEBU PACIFIC

    ₱ 28,888 / Adult

  • Roundtrip Airfare via Manila
  • 7kgs Hand Carry Baggage going to Korea
  • 7kgs Hand Carry Baggage to returning Destination
  • 15kgs Check in Baggage going to Korea
  • 15kgs Check in Baggage to returning Destination
  • Manila Airport Terminal Fee
  • Airline and Fuel Surcharges
  • 5 Days and 4 Nights Hotel Accommodation
  • Breakfast (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Day)
  • Lunch (2nd, 4th, 5th Day)
  • Dinner (Light Dinner on 1st, 2nd, 3rd & 4th Day)
  • Relaxing Roundtrip Airport Transfers
  • French-style Theme Park Petite France and Little French Town
  • Namiseom (Nami) Island Tour where the Korean Drama "Winter Sonata" was taken
  • Sightseeing at Mt.Seorak
  • Gweongeumseong Fortress with Cable Car + Shingheungsa Temple
  • A one-day pass to the largest Theme Park of Korea, Everland
  • Visit Gyeongbokgung Palace, National Folk Museum / Pass by Blue House
  • Shopping Time at Ginseng Shop & Cosmetic Shop
  • Looking Around Insadong Antique Street + Duty Free Shop
  • Running Man Experience Center at SM Duty Free Shop
  • Visit N Seoul Tower for photo spot and Love locks
  • Photo stop at Cheonggyecheon Stream
  • Shopping Time at Myeongdong Area
  • Shopping Time at Red Pine Shop & Amethyst Showroom
  • Experience of Kimchi Making + Hanbok Wearing
  • Looking around Hongdae Youth Street
  • Admissions and Transfers during the tour
  • Licensed tour guides during the tour
  • Free Bottled Water
  • FREE Travel Insurance
  • FREE Visa Assistance
  • Hotel Surcharges and Free use of other Hotel Facilities
  • Friendly and accommodating staff will be ready to assist all your needs
  • DAY 01: Arrival / Free Time (-/-/D)
    Upon Arrival at Incheon International Airport, meet the tour guide. Light dinner Bread and Milk will be given, transfer to the hotel for check-in. Overnight stay.

    DAY 02: Nami Island / Mt. Sorak (B/L/D)
    Breakfast will be served inside the hotel. After breakfast, check out and make sure you are all packed ready for your tour. Transfer to Gapyeong a must-visit place that's quiet, scenic and full of picturesque surroundings, to visit Petite France a French-style theme park in Gapyeong and a suitable location to take photos, brewed photos even. Next to  Little French Town a small French village hidden in the suburbs of Gapyeong, also one of the Shooting place of Korean Dramas.

    Lunch will be served at a Local Restaurant.

    Next to visit one of the famous tourist places in Korea because some especially romantic scenes from Korean Drama “Winter Sonata” took place on the island. You will enjoy the stunning view of the Nami Island and prepare to be mesmerized by Korea’s cherry blossoms, the highlight of the spring season and definitely worth a trip. Never-ending rows of trees lining the Han River will make you completely astound, but with such a short blooming period, these beautiful flowers are hard to catch. 

    After the enjoyable tour, head to Mt Sorak the third highest mountain in South Korea, this mountain will give you a plenty of beauty and dignity of nature all seasons around the year. 

    Dinner will be served at a Local Restaurant, then transfer to the hotel for check-in. Overnight stay.

    DAY 03: Mt. Sorak / Everland (B/L/-)
    Breakfast will be served inside the hotel. After breakfast, check out and make sure you are all packed ready for your tour. Your amazing will start to Mt. Sorak for sightseeing, considered one of Korea's most beautiful mountains with its granite peaks, lush green valleys, and dense forest. A 1,100m-long cable car connects the park entrance with Gwongeumseong Fortress, an old mountaintop fortress of the Silla Kingdom. Before your transfer to Yongin, next to Sinheungsa Temple a temple located near the entrance to Mt.Seoraksan National Park. By taking the Seoraksan cable car to Gwongeumseong Fortress, you can get a fine view of the temple and its beautiful surroundings.

    Transfer to Yongin, the major city in the Seoul Capital Area, located in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. Lunch will be served at a Local Restaurant. 

    In the afternoon, enjoy the Largest Theme Park in Korea. Most people visit Korea because of K-pop, K-dramas, beauty products, food, and culture. However, tourists must know that Seoul is also famous for their amusement parks like Everland. 

    Ten reasons why Everland is a must-visit:
    • They have animal shows, they used different kinds of birds, cats, hamsters, dogs and many more. You’ll be surprised because the animals are entering from different places and they know where to exit. 
    • They have the T-Express, the 4th longest wooden roller coaster.
    • They offer interaction with Animals.
    • They have a place called Magic Land, when you enter to this Magical Land you’ll feel that you’re inside a fairytale book.
    • They also have a place called European Adventure, if you haven’t been to Europe, you can visit this place and feel the European ambiance.
    • If you're looking for a fine dining, they have classy restaurants.
    • They offer Caricature Painting.
    • They have lifts to transfer from one location to another. They have different kinds of transportations namely, “Human Sky”, “Sky Cruise”, and “Sky Way”
    • They have 4D Movie Theater.
    • They have unique attractions, they have the Rotating House, Mystery Mansion (horror house), and Kpop Live Hologram Theater. 
    • Most of the rides have a minimum height requirement depending on the rides. The rides for kids can be found in the Magic Land. They also have popular rides for kids like the bumper car and carousel.
    After the tour, transfer to Seoul for hotel check-in. Overnight stay.

    DAY 04: Seoul City Tour (B/L/D)
    Breakfast will be served inside the hotel. After breakfast, prepare yourself for an amazing city tour to visit Gyeongbokgung Palace the main and largest palace of the Five Grand Palaces built by the kings of Joseon, next is the National Folk Museum located within the grounds of the Gyeongbokgung Palace where you can explore the culture and folk history of the Korean people from prehistoric times to the end of Joseon. Pass by Blue House the executive office and official residence of the South Korean head of state, the President of the Republic of Korea. 

    Shopping time at Ginseng shop & Cosmetic Shop. Looking Around Insadong Antique Street+DFS, Running Man Experience at SM DFS and a Photo stop at Cheonggyecheon Stream modern public recreation space in downtown. Visit N Seoul Tower commonly known as the Namsan Tower or Seoul Tower.  The highest point to glance at the most beautiful images of Seoul and the famous love locks. A countless number of love locks can be found hanging around the roof terrace, with new locks adding daily. 

    You will be given free time for shopping at Myeongdong Area, enjoy international fashion brands, luxury department stores. 

    After the tour, dinner at Local Restaurant and transfer back to the hotel.

    DAY 05: Kimchi Making + Hanbok Wearing (B/L/-)
    Breakfast will be served inside the hotel. After breakfast, this is your last day to make the best of it.

    Shopping Time at Red Pine Shop & Amethyst Showroom. 

    Experience making Kimchi a traditional side dish made from salted and fermented vegetables, most commonly napa cabbage and Korean radishes, with a variety of seasonings including chili powder, scallions, garlic, ginger, and jeotgal (salted seafood). And have a chance to take lots of picture wearing the traditional Korean dress “Hanbok”. Originally only worn on special occasions such as holidays and weddings, photos of young people posing in hanbok throughout Korea have flooded social media, and tourists are now jumping on this new trend as well, so it was a really unique experience.

    Looking around Hongdae youth Street a 24Hours Shopping mall, it is known for its urban arts and indie music culture, clubs and entertainments. Before your transfer back to Incheon International Airport, our guide will drop you by Korean food & Souvenir supermarket – Cheongha.
    Nami Island
    Namiseom Island was formed as a result of the construction of Cheongpyeong Dam. It is a half-moon-shaped isle, and on it is the grave of General Nami, who led a great victory against the rebels in the 13th year of the 7th king of the Joseon Dynasty, King Sejo (reign 1455-1468). 

    Petite France

    Petite France is a French-style theme park that was constructed in July 2008 in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea.

    Everland Themepark
    Everland is South Korea's largest theme park. Located at the Everland Resort in Yongin, a city in Gyeonggi-do, it receives 7.3 million visitors annually and was ranked sixteenth in the world for amusement park attendance in 2014.

    N Seoul Tower
    The N Seoul Tower, officially the YTN Seoul Tower and commonly known as the Namsan Tower or Seoul Tower, is a communication and observation tower located on Namsan Mountain in central Seoul, South Korea.

    Gyeongbok Palace
    Gyeongbokgung, also known as Gyeongbokgung Palace or Gyeongbok Palace, was the main royal palace of the Joseon dynasty. Built in 1395, it is located in northern Seoul, South Korea.

    Presidential Blue House
    The Blue House is the executive office and official residence of the South Korean head of state, the President of the Republic of Korea, and is located in the capital city of Seoul. The Blue House is, in fact, a complex of buildings, built largely in the traditional Korean architectural style with some modern elements.

    Hyun Gung

    Unhyeon Palace, also known as Unhyeongung Royal Residence, is a former Korean royal residence located at 114-10 Unni-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, Korea.

    Myeongdong Street
    The two main streets meet in the center of the block with one beginning from Myeong-dong Subway Station (Seoul Subway Line No. 4) and the other from Lotte Department Store at Euljiro. Many brand name shops and department stores line the streets and alleys.

    Bukchon Hanok Village
    Bukchon Hanok Village is a Korean traditional village in Seoul with a long history located between Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace, and Jongmyo Royal Shrine.

    Yunjoongro Cherry Blossom Street
    One of the must-see areas is the Yunjunro Street, behind the National Assembly Building. This place is famous for having the loveliest cherry blossom street in Seoul. Cherry blossom trees, 30 to 40 years old, line up for about 6km and is very popular in the spring.

    Paju Premium Outlet
    Paju Premium Outlets was the second luxury premium outlet introduced in Korea. The outlet was established by Korean conglomerate Shinsegae, in partnership with Simon Property Group, a forerunner in the US outlet market. 
    CURRENCY:
    • The currency used in Seoul is Won.
    • You may exchange your money for the Won at most Seoul banks or at specialized stores called Foreign Exchange Bureaus 


    LANGUAGE:
    • Many South Koreans speak English, as nearly all those under the age of 40 will have had English lessons at school. ... However, you may find that many Koreans struggle to understand English in actual conversation, as they often don't have the chance to practice.

    Google Translate and Google Maps Apps
    • If you aren't fluent in Korean, a trip to Korea can seem intimidating, but one thing that can really help is the Google Translate app. If you find yourself in a real bind, you can type in what you are trying to communicate in English and have someone read the Korean translation. It may not be perfect, but usually, it's understandable. Google Maps is also a great way to find your way around South Korea, and most locations are written in Korean characters and romanized letters.  

                                                             

    Pointers to consider when traveling during winter.
    • Layering is the key. Layering can make your body feel warmer, yes it will be heavier and you will have a hard time dressing up but trust me you'll thank yourself later on when you get out of your house. 

    OUTLET/ADOPTER:
    • If bringing a variety of electronics such as a computer, camera charger etc, it is advisable to bring a Type C or F Adapter
    • South Korea uses 220-volt


    LOCAL TRANSPORT:
    T-MONEY CARDS
    • Bus, subway, taxi and train fares can all be paid using the rechargeable, T-Money Card
    • The card provides a ₩100 discount per trip
    • The basic card can be bought for a nonrefundable ₩3000 at any subway-station booth, bus kiosks and convenience stores displaying the T-Money logo across the country
    • Reload it with credit at any of the aforementioned places
    • Get money refunded that hasn’t been used (up to ₩20,000 minus a processing fee of ₩500) at subway machines and participating convenience stores before you leave

    SUBWAY
    • Six cities have a subway system: Seoul, Busan, Daejeon, Daegu, Gwangju, and Incheon 
    • The cheap and convenient way of getting around these major cities
    • Signs and station names are in English as well as Korean
    • Foreigner-friendly and easy to use

    BUS:
    • Local city buses provide a frequent and inexpensive service 
    • From ₩1150 a trip, irrespective of how far you travel
    • Many run on an hourly or half-hourly basis
    • Put the fare in the glass box next to the driver – make sure you have plenty of ₩1000 notes because the machines only give coins in change
    • The main problem with local buses is finding and getting on the right bus – bus timetables, bus-stop names and destination signs on buses are rarely in English, and bus drivers don’t speak English
    • Writing your destination in big hangeul (Korean phonetic alphabet) letters on a piece of paper will be helpful
    • Local tourist information centers usually have English-speaking staff; these are the best places to find out which local bus goes where, and where to pick it up

    TAXI:
    • Taxis are numerous almost everywhere and fares are inexpensive
    • Every taxi has a meter that works on a distance basis but switches to a time basis when the vehicle is stuck in a traffic jam
    • Tipping is not a local custom and is not expected or necessary
    • Any expressway tolls are added to the fare
    • Since few taxi drivers speak English, plan how to communicate with the driver
    • If you have a mobile phone you can also use the 1330 tourist advice line to help with interpretation

    TYPE OF TAXI IN SOUTH KOREA:
    • cost around ₩2400 for the first 2km with a 20% surcharge from midnight to 4 am
    • Mobeom (deluxe taxis; black with a yellow top) that exist in some cities cost around ₩4500 for the first 3km but with no late-night surcharge (expensive)



    WIFI EGG or PORTABLE WIFI ROUTER

    • If you do not need to use the voice calls and text messages but need loads of mobile data for internet, using a WiFi Egg or a portable WiFi Router, is highly recommended.
    • If you want to buy the Wi-Fi Egg instead of renting it, you will need an Alien Registration Card (ARC), which is an ID card for foreigners in Korea.
    • WiFi Egg can connect up to 5 people simultaneously, which makes it perfect if you’re traveling with friends and family. If you do share the router with your friends, you can share the cost as well.


    HELPFUL TIPS:
    • Personal hygiene items like deodorant and toothpaste are hard to find
    • Pack enough of your favorite brands, Korean brands simply aren’t the same
    • Koreans don’t use full-size bath-towels, they only use hand-towels
    • Foreign food stores and international markets have some more hard to find items but there are never any guarantees they will have what you need
    • Bring an external battery pack to keep your phone on the ready
    • Be prepared that most of the vendors do not speak English, even in touristy areas
    • Most places accept credit cards too. Changed money at Raffles Place Arcade
    • Cabs are pretty cheap but avoid black cabs as they can be quite expensive
    • There are quite a number of public toilets wherever you go, and they are generally clean
    • Tap water in Korea is drinkable, If you still do not feel safe about it, you can purchase bottles of water from their convenience stores or vending machines
    • Tax claims and duty-free shops at the airport refund your taxes on the spot at the airport
    • To claim taxes, you have to spend more than KRW30,000 at the beauty stores in Myeong Dong, one of the famous shopping districts in Seoul Korea
    • Be warned that some of the locals, especially the older generation, can be really aggressive
    • Most of the shopping districts close at 10 pm
    SHOPPING PLACES IN SEOUL
    • Myeongdong: Best shopping place for girls and fashionistas. Lots of cosmetics stores.


    • Namdaemun: For wholesale shopping. Not much trendy items here though.


    • Dongdaemun: More of affordable clothing, street market style like Bangkok.