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  • 7 days
  • Group Tour
  • Apr 2018 - Sep 2018
  • SGD 1588

6212 9679

TripZilla KR7JKG

150 South Bridge Road, #01-12 Fook Hai Building, Singapore 058727

(Tour Code: KR7JKG)

PLUS Up to $700 OFF Per Couple
Sales period: July - Sep 2018
Travel period: Apr - Sep 2018


Highlights valid for April to September 2018


  • Gyeongbok Palace   
  • Cheong Wa Dae
  • Dongdaemun Market
  • Bukchon Hanok Village  
  • Myeongdong


  • Udobong Peak   
  • Geommeolle Beach
  • Seobin Baeksa
  • Seongsan IIchulbong Peak
  • Manjanggul Cave   
  • Jusangjeolli Cliff
  • PLAY K-POP music experience
  • Shinhwa Theme Park



  • Everland


Value Plus

  • Korean culinary lesson with DIY seafood pancake session
  • Udo Island with scenic ferry ride
  • Horse-riding experience
  • “The Painters: HERO”
  • O’sulloc Tea Museum with green tea ice cream
  • Seasonal fruit picking and tasting at a local fruit farm
  • Beauty academy with DIY facial session
  • Hanbok dress-up session

Gourmet Inclusions

  • Hot stone pot bibimbap and shabu shabu lunch
  • Korean minced abalone porridge breakfast
  • Black pork bulgogi with Hallasan fried rice lunch
  • Clay pot abalone soup with Korean pancake dinner
  • Dumpling soup breakfast
  • Seafood steamboat lunch
  • Korean abalone ginseng chicken soup dinner
  • Everland set lunch
  • Galbi BBQ dinner
  • Korean pan-fried chicken lunch 

Day 1 Singapore - Incheon

Meals On Board
Assemble  at  Singapore  Changi  Airport  for your flight to Incheon.

Day 2 Incheon - Seoul - Jeju
Dumpling Steamboat Lunch/ Korean Stir-fried Squid With Pork Dinner
Highlights valid for April to September 2018 Incheon – Seoul – Jeju
(Hot Stone Pot Bibimbap And Shabu Shabu Lunch/Dinner)
Upon arrival in Seoul, start your sightseeing tour at majestic Gyeongbok Palace, built in 1395 and was the largest palace during the Joseon dynasty. Roam its stately grounds, delve into its storied past and imagine what it might have been like centuries ago. Next, drive past Cheong Wa Dae, the Korean president’s residence. Thereafter, proceed for a Korean culinary lesson and enjoy a DIY seafood pancake session. Here, gain insights into the tricks and tips for making the perfect Korean pancake. Later, head to bustling Dongdaemun Market for some serious shopping. Dotted with stalls offering the latest fashion togs and accessories, this is the spot for assembling that Korean-style ensemble that you have always coveted. Later, transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Jeju. This volcanic island is Korea’s largest and draws both international and domestic travellers alike. With its mild weather, plethora of spellbinding natural sights and relaxed vibe, it is not difficult to see why.

Day 3 Jeju
Highlights valid for April to September 2018 Jeju
(Korean Minced Abalone Porridge Breakfast/ Black Pork Bulgogi With Hallasan Fried Rice Lunch/Clay Pot Abalone Soup With Korean Pancake Dinner)
After breakfast, go on a scenic ferry ride to Udo Island, known for its breathtaking scenery, natural sights and marine life. Make your way to the lighthouse on Udobong Peak, the highest spot on the island, where you will marvel at golden canola fields and stunning panoramic views of the island and its surroundings. Next, complete your island jaunt with stops at 2 equally mesmerising beaches popular for different reasons — Geommeolle Beach for its shiny black sand and Seobin Baeksa for its resplendent white coral sand. Head back to Jeju where you will be treated to a delicious black pork bulgogi with Hallasan fried rice lunch. After which, begin your afternoon with a visit to Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Formed more than 100,000 years ago, this peak features a crater surrounded by sharp, jagged rocks — the crowning glory, if you will. Then, giddy up and proceed for a horseriding experience. Wrap up the day with a visit to Manjanggul Cave, another must-visit UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is one of the finest lava tunnels in the world with a variety of interesting structures such as lava stalagmites, stalactites and tube tunnels. After dinner, enjoy a magical art performance, “The Painters: HERO”, which suggests a new type of performance creating works of art on stage with dynamic 3D video display, dance and comedy.
Note “The Painters: HERO” may be replaced with an alternative performance.

Day 4 Jeju
Highlights valid for April to September 2018 Jeju
(Dumpling Soup Breakfast/ Seafood Steamboat Lunch/ Korean Abalone Ginseng Chicken Soup Dinner)
This morning, visit magnificent Jusangjeolli Cliff, which was formed when the lava from Hallasan erupted into the sea of Jungmun. Thereafter, head for the PLAY K-POP music experience, where a K-pop hologram performance hall invites you to a world of Hallyu fantasy. After which, visit the newly opened Shinhwa Theme Park, Jeju’s largest family theme park offering more than 15 rides and attractions in 3 distinctly themed zones. Next, proceed to O’sulloc Tea Museum where you will get to learn about Korea’s traditional tea culture and enjoy views of the nearby green tea fields. After which, enjoy the museum’s green tea ice cream, said to be the best in Jeju.

Day 5 Jeju – Seoul
Highlights valid for April to September 2018 Jeju – Seoul – Yongin – Seoul
(Breakfast/ Everland Set Lunch/ Galbi BBQ Dinner)
Transfer to the airport for your domestic flight to Seoul. Upon arrival, make your way to Everland, South Korea’s largest theme park. Unleash your inner child and enter a colourful realm of thrilling rides and entertainment. Next, stop at a local fruit farm where you can enjoy picking and tasting of seasonal fruits. Nothing is like going straight to the source to enjoy the best of nature’s bounty.
Seasonal Bonus Enjoy picking and tasting 250 grammes of strawberries per traveller for tours departing from April to May, 250 grammes of cherry tomatoes per traveller for tours departing in June, 1 sweet melon per traveller for tours departing from July to August and 1 Korean apple per traveller for tours departing in September at a local fruit farm.

Day 6 Seoul
Highlights valid for April to September 2018 Seoul
(Breakfast/Korean Pan-fried Chicken Lunch)
This morning, visit Ginseng Monopoly Showroom before proceeding to a beauty academy where you can give your skin some much needed tender loving care with a DIY facial session. Thereafter, make a stop at an Odbo cosmetic shop to stock up on the brand’s feted skincare products. Next, head to Bukchon Hanok Village, home to hundreds of traditional courtyard houses known as hanoks that date back to the Joseon dynasty. You will also be able to don the traditional Korean dress and stroll through the traditional village in a Hanbok dress-up session. After that, indulge in a spot of shopping at the stylish and ritzy Myeongdong, one of the city’s main retail and commercial districts.

Day 7 Seoul - Incheon - Singapore
Seoul - Incheon - Singapore
(Breakfast/Meals On Board)
In the morning, visit Healthy Liver Centre where you can shop for health products. If time permits, you can do some last-minute shopping before you transfer to the airport for your flight home.