Design your travel to Korea with your special interests! As Korea is a destination abundant in unique and diverse tourism assets, you can tailor the tours to meet your needs. Here are some of the themed travels that can be made in Korea.
Korea is a great place to enjoy skiing and snowboarding! With multiple ski resorts all offering slopes of varying skill levels, it’s easy to find one to enjoy, especially in Gangwon-do. Some of the resorts even served as official venues for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Ski seasons are December, January and February in Korea.
See the beauty of Korea along walking trails! Surrounded by the sea on three sides, Korea has four very distinct seasons that offer beautiful views and landscapes. The mountains, oceans, historic relics and much more will create a pleasant and memorable walking experience. Well-known trails are the Seoul City Wall Trail and Jeju Olle Trail.
Explore Korea by bicycle! South Korea has amazing cycling infrastructure with well-maintained paths. These bike routes have beautiful trail environments including lakes, mountains, rivers, forests and more. ‘Korean Cycle Tour Passport’ book is also available to stamp at bicycle certification points along the trail.
|Han River Trail||Easy||80 km||5 hrs||Seoul|
|Four Rivers Trail||Moderate||630 km||12∽15 days||Incheon/Seoul ∽ Busan|
|Jeju Bike Path||Easy||244 km||4∽5 days||Jeju|
|East Coast Cycling Route||Moderate||720 km||10∽14 days||Sokcho, Gangwondo ∽ Busan|
Arts & Culture Tour
The people of Korea have developed a distinctive culture based on their unique artistic sensibility. Korea’s vibrant cultural legacy, comprising music, art, literature, dance, architecture, clothing and cuisine, offers a delightful combination of tradition and modernity,
Visit specialized museums and join classes to experience Korean culture and the art!
Bearing the pain of a divided nation and hope for peace, the DMZ (Demilitarized Zone) is a neutral zone created by the Korean War Armistice Agreement signed on July 27, 1953. It expands 2km south and north of the Military Demarcation Line across the center of the Korean peninsula. While travel within the region still remains extremely limited, with some spots only open to special tours, there are many areas which are open to the general public. Visit for yourself to feel the peace of the DMZ. Half day or all day tours can be arranged.
Hallyu (Korean Wave) Tour
If you are a fan of Korean dramas, K-pops and celebrities, embark on an exciting Hallyu tour in Seoul. There are numerous places in Seoul that have frequently been used as filming sites for dramas and variety programs, not to mention tour attractions solely dedicated to Hallyu.