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Please take a chance to experience the beauty of Incheon City and Korea during your stay. For your convenience, we prepare the several attractive tour courses for you and your accompanying persons.

Tour Reservation Process

  1. 1. To apply for the tours, please contact the official travel agency no later than April 5, 2019.
  2. 2. All tour fees must be guaranteed with your card information at the time of applying.
  3. 3. Tours are subject to change or cancel if the number of participants fails to reach the set minimum.
  4. 4. In case of cancellation, the travel agency will contact applicants individually.
  5. 5. Any request for change or cancellation should be made by e-mail at info@travellab.kr or fax at +82-2-364-4174.
  6. 6. Application will be accepted after April 5, 2019 only when vacancies are available.

Please complete the reservation form and send to AASPN 2019 Official Travel Agency, Plaza 21 Plus Travel Inc..

AASPN 2019 Official Travel Agency

Plaza 21 Plus Travel Inc. Attn. Ms. Annie Yu, Tel : +82-2-364-4171, Fax : +82-2-364-4174, E-mail : info@travellab.kr

Half Day Tour

HT-1. Afternoon Walking Tour: May 9 (Thu), 14:00-16:00
ITINERARY Tour Desk – NEAT Tower Observatory – Songdo Central Park– Tri-bowl (Multiplex Cultural Center) - Tour Desk
PRICE KRW 53,000/person (Minimum 6 persons basis)
CONDITIONS English speaking guide’s assistance
DESCRIPTION Songdo embodies the future of Incheon. Built on reclaimed land, Songdo offers a number of attractions. A trip to Songdo can start at Central Park, a natural oasis in the city. Because of its proximity to the sea, the manmade waterway is filled with sea water, and water taxis travel through the park. Close by are a lawn and a promenade along a field of reeds. Nearby, there are many futuristic-looking buildings, creating a harmonious combination of technology and the natural environment.
Tri-bowl was built in 2009 to commemorate the Global Fair & Festival Incheon, Korea. The name is a combination of the words triple and bowl. The bowl symbolizes Incheon and the three items represented are the sky (airport), sea (port), and land (wide-area transportation network), as well as the districts of Songdo, Chengna, and Yeongjong, which together form the Incheon Free Economic Zone. The building features a multicultural space with an event hall, multi-purpose hall, and a digital library.

HT-2. Incheon City Tour: May 10 (Fri) & May 11 (Sat), 09:00-12:30
ITINERARY Tour Desk - Incheon China Town – Modern Architecture Museum - Sinpo Int’l Market - Tour Desk
PRICE KRW 92,000/person (Minimum 6 persons basis)
CONDITIONS - English speaking guide’s assistance
- 9-seated minivan
- All admission included.
DESCRIPTION Incheon's China Town area came into being with the opening of the Incheon Port in 1883 and Incheon's designation as an extraterritoriality of the Ching Dynasty. In the past, the area held many stores trading goods imported from China, but most Chinese businesses are now restaurants.
Sinpo market (3,300㎡) dates back to the late 19th century when vendors began selling fresh vegetables to the Japanese, Chinese, and Westerners who settled in the area. Sinpo Market was officially registered as a market in 1970 and now boasts over 140 stores. The most famous item of the market is Dakgangjeong, a Korean dish of crispy fried chicken coated in a sweet and spicy sauce.

HT-3. Songdo Tour 1: May 10 (Fri) & May 11 (Sat), 14:00-17:00
ITINERARY Tour Desk – Water Taxi & Central Park – Canal Walk – Compact Smart City – Tour Desk
PRICE KRW 96,000/person (Minimum 6 persons basis)
CONDITIONS - English speaking guide’s assistance
- 9-seated minivan
- All admission included.
DESCRIPTION Songdo Central Park is a seaside park built within Songdo International City, a green paradise found among the crowded skyscrapers in the city. You can enjoy a water taxi ride on the man-made waterway, take a stroll at the walking promenades or various themed meadows around.
Compact Smart City was built to be the main facility of the 2009 Global Fair & Festival in Incheon. The past, present and future of Incheon are showcased in the facility's three exhibition halls. Visitors can be learning about the ongoing development of Incheon and the city's vision and plans for the future.

HT-4. DMZ & The 3rd Tunnel Tour: May 11 (Sat), 7:30-14:00
ITINERARY Tour Desk – Imjingak Park – The 3rd Tunnel – DMZ Theater – Dorasan Observatory – Dorasan Station – Pass by the Unification Village - Tour Desk
PRICE KRW 120,000/person (Minimum 6 persons basis)
CONDITIONS -English speaking guide’s assistance
- 9-seated minivan
- All admission included.
DESCRIPTION Truly a unique & rare experience in the whole world. This visit will leave you with a dramatic sense of the tremendous tragedy of separated families, the division of the peninsula and the hopes for reunification. The 3rd Tunnel is one of several underground tunnels dug under the DMZ (demilitarized zone) by North Korea for the purpose of infiltrating troops into South Korea in case of hostilities. It is deep under the surface and tourists are invited to descend to the bottom to view it for themselves.

HT-5. Songdo Tour 2: May 10 (Fri) & May 11 (Sat), 14:00-17:00
ITINERARY Tour Desk – The Incheon Landing Operation Memorial Hall – Incheon Metropolitan City Museum – G Tower Observatory - Tour Desk
PRICE KRW 90,000/person (Minimum 6 persons basis)
CONDITIONS - English speaking guide’s assistance
- 9-seated minivan
- All admission included.
DESCRIPTION The Incheon Landing Operation Memorial Hall is a war memorial hall built to commemorate the centennial anniversary of the opening of Incheon Port in 1984. Its theme centers on the successful Incheon Landing Operation led by UN Commander in Chief General McArthur during the Korean War. Inside the building, there are photos of military armaments used by the South and North Korean military as well as photos showing what life was like back then. Outside, there is an 18 meter-long memorial tower and the national flags of the sixteen countries that participated in the Korean War. Right next to the building stands the Incheon Metropolitan City Museum where visitors can see at a glance the history of Incheon.

Full Day Tour

FT- 1. Seoul Highlight Tour: May 10 (Fri), 09:00-18:00
ITINERARY Tour desk – Gyeongbok Palace – Lunch - N Seoul Tower – Gwangjang Market – Tour desk
PRICE KRW 150,000/person (Minimum 6 persons basis)
CONDITIONS - English speaking guide’s assistance
- 9-seated minivan
- Lunch included.
- All admission included
DESCRIPTION Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung Palace continued to serve as the main palace until the Japanese invasions of Korea (1592 – 1598), when all of the palaces were severely damaged. It was not until about 1868 that the palace was reconstructed and expanded to a 410,000m² complex with over 500 buildings. It flourished for several decades in this state until the Japanese once again demolished the palaces during their occupation of Korea (1910-1945). The 40-year restoration project that aims to fully restore Gyeongbokgung Palace to its original form has been ongoing since 1990.
N Seoul Tower was built in 1969 as Korea's first integrated transmission tower beaming television and radio broadcasts across the capital. Since opening to the public in 1980, it has become a much-loved Seoul landmark. The tower's main attractions include multi-colored digital art projected onto the tower at night, a digital observatory, a roof terrace and restaurants.

FT-2. Ganghwado Island Tour: May 11 (Sat), 09:00-17:30
ITINERARY Tour Desk – Ganghwado Island (Jeondeungsa Temple, Chojijin Fortress, etc.) – Lunch - Tour Desk
PRICE KRW 150,000/person (Minimum 6 persons basis)
CONDITIONS - English speaking guide’s assistance
- 9-seated minivan
- Lunch included.
- All admission included
DESCRIPTION Ganghwado Island is the 5th largest island in Korea and is located in the West Sea. It is composed of 11 inhabited islands and 17 uninhabited islands, and its beaches are 99 km long. Because there were people living on this island from the prehistoric times, there are many ancient artifacts on the island. The most famous of these are the Goindol Rocks, designated as World’s Cultural Treasure. The Goindol graves are where the rulers of the Ganghwa Island in the Bronze Age are buried.

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