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11 DAYS ROUND KOREA BY COACH TOUR11 Daysfrom $3,250.00Seoul, Gyeongju, Busan, DMZ, Andong – Hahoe Folk Village, Mt Seorak, Yongin – Korean Folk Village, Daegu, Hapcheon – Haeinsa Temple, Chungju, Mt SongnisanFully Escorted Tour, Small Group TourCulture & Festival, DMZ, Temple Stay, UNESCO
6 DAYS EXPERIENCING TAEKWONDO6 DaysfromSeoul, Muju – TaekwondowonFully Escorted Tour, Small Group TourCulture & Festival, TaekwondoAt MW Tours, We are good at tailor-made all kinds of special interest tours to Korea, following programs are just example of special tours to Korea which are very popular in the past. We can always make to your liking and you are free to add any other packages in this brochure as pre or post stay options! Prices of each tours depends on the group size, seasonality and hotel category etc.
Please contact our reservation team for a detailed quotation.
6 DAYS PILGRIMAGE TO KOREA6 DaysfromSeoul, Jeonju – Hanok Village, GwangjuFully Escorted Tour, Small Group TourCulture & Festival, PilgrimagePope Francis visited Korea on 14Aug2014 to attend a beatification ceremony elevating 124 Korean priests, nuns and other Catholics died for their religious beliefs under the Joseon Kingdom (1392-1910) during the 17th and 18th centuries. You can follow the holy sites where The Holy Father will visit .Currently, Korea has the fourth largest number of saints in the Catholic world. There are many Catholic shrines and churches where miracles are said to have happened, please come the these holy places to be blessed and healed by the Holy Spirit and to learn about the struggles of establishing the Catholic Church in a land once dominated by Confucianism.