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Amazing summer with the 33rd World Veterinary Congress!

Join the fantastic tour program with your friends, family and colleagues and make your unforgettable summer.
If you have further questions, feel free to contact via email at tour@wvc2017korea.com


One-Day Tour Program

Transportation provided Lunch provided Guided tour

O-1. Incheon City Tour * Family Tour

Date : Aug. 29, 30, 2017 (09:00-17:30)
Price : KRW 87,000

Fairytale Village – Jayu Park – Shinpo International Market – NC CUBE Canal Walk – G Tower

It’s a tour program consisting of visits to Fairytale Village, Jayu Park, Shinpo International Market, NC CUBE Canal Walk and G Tower. Fairytale Village is famous for murals of children’s stories decorating the entire village and the Shinpo International Market is a traditional market in Incheon with 140 stores selling variety of goods.

O-2. Seoul City Tour

Date : Aug. 27, 30, 31, 2017 (09:00-17:30)
Price : KRW 96,000

Gyeonbokgung Palace – Namsan Hanok Village – N Seoul Tower – Gwangjang Market

It’s a tour of Gyeonbokgung Palace, Namsan Hanok Village, N Seoul Tower and Gwangjang Market. The tour consists of Korea’s most famous tourist attractions that display the harmonious beauty of the old and new. Gyeonbokgung Palace, the largest palace in Korea, was the main palace of the Joseon Dynasty featuring elegant engravings and the beautiful lake Gyeonhweru.

O-3. Cultural Sites Tour

Date : Aug. 29, 30, 2017 (09:00-17:00)
Price : KRW 99,000

Suwon Hwaseong – Korean Folk Village

The tour takes you to Suwon Hwaseong, designated as UNESCO’s World Heritage Site, and the Korean Folk Village where you can experience the lifestyle of Joseon Dynasty, the last Korean kingdom. The Folk Village program that lets you experience the traditional farming, thatch-roofed house, school and streets.

O-4. DMZ Tour

Date : Aug. 27, 29, 30, 2017 (08:00-17:00)
Price : KRW 69,000

Imjingak Pyeongwha Nuri Park – Bridge of Freedom – Unification Village – DMZ Theater – The 3rd tunnel – Dora Observatory – Dorasan Station

DMZ stands for Demilitarized Zone and in the past half century it has been a restricted area. This natural isolation along the 250 km (160 mi) length of the DMZ has created an involuntary park which is now recognized as one of the most well-preserved areas of temperate habitat in the world. Upon the creation of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK, informally North Korea) and the Republic of Korea (ROK, informally South Korea) in 1948, it became a de facto international border. Today many tourists visit the museum, the 3rd Tunnel, observatory and Joint Security Zone.
* This tour program may be canceled if fewer than 30 persons register.


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