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Seoul City Tour
Seoul, Korea’s capital city, is a tourist destination replete with a host of activities to enjoy, ranging from traditional royal palaces to shopping districts boasting the latest fashion trends. To get the most out of your stay, hop on a Seoul City Tour Bus.
Using the onboard multilingual audio guide, international visitors can enjoy a detailed description of each tourist site on the itinerary.



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* This itinerary covers the Seoul downtown area, including National Museum of Korea, Namsangol Hanok Village, Namdaemun Market, Dongdaemun Market, and Insa-dong.


• Hours: 09:00 ~ 21:00 (Last shuttle departs at 7pm from Gwanghwamun)
• Bus Intervals: Shuttle departs every 30 minutes.
• Travel Time: Approximately 2 hours



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* This itinerary includes royal palaces such as Deoksugung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, as well as National Folk Museum of Korea.

• Hours: 09:30 ~ 18:00 (Last shuttle departs at 6pm from Gwanghwamun)
• Bus Intervals: Shuttle departs every hour or 1.5 hours.
• Travel Time: Approximately 1.5 hours




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* This itinerary includes bridges in Seoul that are famous for night views such as Seogangdaegyo, Gangbyeonbungno, and Seongsudaegyo.

• Hours: Departs at 19:50 and 20:00
• Bus Intervals: Twice daily
• Travel Time: Approximately 2 hours

[Visitor Information on Seoul City Tour Bus]

Departure Point: Front of exit 6 at Gwanghwamun subway station (Line 5).

Price: Adult 5,000 won / 18 and under 3,000 won (One-time pass)
          Adult 10,000 won / 18 and under 8,000 won (One-day pass)
          Notes: One-time pass is for single use only. After disembarking from the bus,
          passengers must purchase another pass to get on the bus again.
          Passengers holding a one-day pass can hop on and off
          at anytime during the day.

Ticket Purchase: Tickets can be purchased on board the bus.

Languages: Korean, English, Japanese, and Chinese

Closed: Every Monday except when it is a holiday.

Website: http://en.seoulcitybus.com (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Information: Tourist Information Center +82-2-777-6090
                    (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
                    Korea Travel Phone +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)




Busan City Tour

Busan is a beautiful port city. The Busan City Tour starts from Busan Railway Station and takes visitors on a shuttle bus that travels along a pre-determined itinerary so that visitors may hop off at any site of their choosing along the way. Come and enjoy the lively atmosphere of Busan at the wide white-sand beach of Haeundae, the Busan Aquarium, or the Jagalchi fish market, with all the clamoring of the merchants.




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* This itinerary includes Busan Museum, Gwangalli Beach, Busan Aquarium, and Haeundae Beach.


• Hours: 09:20~18:20 (The last bus departs from Busan Station at 16:40)
• Bus Intervals: Every 40 minutes
• Travel Time: Approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes




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*This itinerary includes Yongdusan Park, Taejongdae Park, and Jagalchi Market.

• Hours: 09:20~18:20 (The last bus departs from Busan Station at 16:40)
• Bus Intervals: Every 40 minutes
• Travel Time: Approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes



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*This itinerary covers the scenic night views of the sea in Gwangalli and Haeundae areas.

• Hours: Departs at 19:30 (Once a day)
• Travel Time: Approximately 2 hours


[Visitor Information on Busan City Tour Bus]

Departure Point: Bus stop at the square at Busan Station
                         (Busan subway station, Exit 8)

Ticket Purchase: Online or phone reservation

Price: Adult 10,000 won, Children and teenagers 5,000 won (Passengers holding
         a one-day pass can hop on and off at anytime during the day.)

Languages: Audio guide in Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese

Website: http://www.citytourbusan.com (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Information: Busan City Tour +82-51-464-9898 (Korean, English)
                    Busan Travel Phone +82-51-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Closed: Mondays




Daegu City Tour

One of the venues hosting the 2002 FIFA World Cup, Daegu is one of Korea’s six metropolitan cities. It is home to Bullodong Ancient Tombs, where the largest concentration of ancient tombs in Korea can be found, and the Daegu Bangjja Brassware Museum, which is one of the traditional cultural heritage sites. Donghwasa Temple is also a must-see place when you visit Daegu. A professional guide will board the bus and provide detailed information at each tourist attraction along the way.



[Visitor Information on Daegu City Tour Bus]

Itinerary: Days of operation and itinerary are subject to change every month.
               (Please inquire by phone or online.)

Departure Point: Tourist Information Center
                          (Next to outdoor music hall inside Duryu Park)
                          Dong Daegu Station
                          (Parking lot below the northern bridge of Dong Daegu station)
                          Banwoldang (Next to Donga Shopping)

Hours: 10:00~17:00
            Frequency of Operation: 7 days a week

Price: Adult 5,000 won / Ages 13~18 4,000 won / 12 and under 3,000 won

Ticket Purchase: Confirm itinerary online or by phone and make a reservation

Closed: Operated year-round

Languages: Korean, English, Japanese, and Chinese

Information: Daegu Travel Phone +82-53-1330
                    (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Website: http://www.daegucitytour.com (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)




Daejeon City Tour

The Daejeon City Tour covers not only Daejeon but also the tourist sites in the cultural zone of the Baekje Dynasty (B.C 18~660) and the Expo Science Park, where the 1994 Daejeon Expo was held. Groups of 20 people or more can organize their own tailored tour from a flexible selection of sites and times.

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Regular Course Itinerary: One morning program (10:00~13:00) / One afternoon program (14:00~18:00)



Saturday Night View Course Itinerary: One daily night view program (18:00~22:10)



Tailored Tour: Groups of 20 people or more can organize their own tailored tour by phone reservation two weeks in advance (from a flexible selection of sites and times).
 

[Visitor Information on Daejeon City Tour Bus]

Departure Point: Daejeon Station

Hours: Morning itinerary 3 hours / Afternoon itinerary 4 hours
               Saturday night itinerary 4 hours and 10 minutes

Frequency of Operation: One morning and one afternoon program daily.
                                      There is a separate Night View program in addition
                                      to the morning and afternoon programs on Saturdays.
                                      (From April through October)

Price: Adult 2,000 won / Ages 13~18 1,000 won / 12 and under 500 won
          Adult 3,000 won / Ages 13~18 1,500 won / 12 and under 500 won
          (For Saturday night program)

Ticket Purchase: Reservations can be made online or by phone

Notes: Admission fee to tourist sites not included in the price (Click here for details)

Closed: Mondays

Languages: English speaking guide on board (for groups of 20 or more)

Information: Daejeon City Tour +82-42-253-0005 (Korean,English)
                   Daejeon Travel Phone +82-42-1330
                   (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Website: http://www.baekjetour.com/djcity/index.php (Korean)





Ulsan City Tour

Regarded as Korea’s industrial hub, Ulsan is also famous for its Jangsaengpo Whale Museum. Located near Jangsaengpo on Korea’s east cost where fishermen once caught whales many years ago, the museum is the only facility honoring whales in Korea and offers information on the varieties of whales that inhabit Korean waters. Also part of the tour is Ganjeolgot Cape, where visitors can watch the first sunrise in Korea and make a wish.



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[Visitor Information on Ulsan City Tour Bus]

Course Itinerary: Days of operation and itinerary are subject to change daily.

Departure Point: Parking lot in Gangbyeon Dunchi in front of Taehwa Hotel

Hours: 10:00~16:30

Frequency of Operation: Regular tour 6 times a week (once daily)

Price: Adult 5,000 won / 18 and under 1,500 won
          Ticket Purchase: Online reservation

Closed: Mondays

Languages: English-speaking guide

Information: Ulsan City Tour +82-52-271-6633 (Korean, English)
                    Korea Travel Phone +82-52-1330 (Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)

Website: http://www.ulsancitytour.co.kr (Korean)




Incheon City Tour

Home to the country’s international airport, Incheon is also a famous port city. Come and visit the Coastal Passenger Terminal, which is the only passage connecting the island with the mainland, as well as the half-moon shaped Eurwangni Beach with its beautiful white sand.



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* This itinerary covers Wolmido Island, Yeonan Ferry Terminal, and Incheon Songdo Resort.

• Hours: 10:00~19:10 (Last bus departs at 4pm from Incheon Station)
• Bus Intervals: Every two hours (4 daily departures)
• Travel Time: 3 hours and 10 minutes
• Price: 1-day pass Adult 1,500 won / 18 and under 750 won




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* This itinerary covers the surrounding area of Incheon International Airport area as well as the beautiful sea of Eurwangni Beach

• Hours: 09:45~19:10 (Last bus departs at 17:15 from Incheon Station.)
• Bus Intervals: Every 1.5 hours (6 daily departures)
• Travel Time: 2 hours and 55 minutes
• Price: 1-day pass Adult 6,000 won / 18 and under 3,000 won




* This itinerary covers the historical sites in Incheon and Ganghwa areas, including Ganghwa  History Museum, and Hwamunseok (flower-printed bamboo mats) Culture Hall.

• Hours: 09:30~19:00
• Frequency of Operation: One daily departure (Weekend programs from April through October)
• Travel Time: 8 hours
• Price: 1-day pass Adult 10,000 won / 18 and under 5,000 won




* This itinerary covers the natural treasures of Incheon and Ganghwa, including Jeondeungsa Temple, Dongmak Beach, and Gwanghwa Tidal Flat Center.

• Hours: 10:00~18:00
• Frequency of Operation: One daily departure (Weekend programs from April through October)
• Travel Time: 8 hours
• Price: 1-day pass Adult 10,000 won / 18 and under 5,000 won


[Visitor Information on Incheon City Tour]

Departure Point: Incheon Station

Ticket Purchase: On-site purchase of tickets at the Tourist Information Center
                           in front of Incheon Station

Notes: Admission fees to tourist sites are not included in the price

Languages: Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese

Closed: Operated year-round

Information: Incheon City Tour +82-32-772-4000
                    (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
                    Incheon Travel Phone +82-32-1330
                    (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Website: http://english.incheon.go.kr (English, Japanese, Chinese)




Gyeongju City Tour

Hailed as an outdoor museum honoring the thousand-year heritage of the Silla Dynasty (BC57~AD935), Gyeongju contains a vast number of historical sites and relics around the city. Each itinerary of the Gyeongju City Tour is designed for visitors to experience different aspects of Silla’s rich history. Come and enjoy Cheomseongdae Observatory from which the Silla people observed the sky, or stroll through the grounds of Bulguksa Temple and Bunhwangsa Temple, and view the Tomb of King Munmu, which is a unique underwater tomb.



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* This itinerary includes Bulguksa Temple, Silla Arts and Science Museum, Bunhwangsa Temple, and Daereungwon Tumuli Park.

• Hours: 08:30~16:40
• Frequency of Operation: One daily departure
• Travel Time: 8 hours and 10 minutes
• Price: Adult 12,000 won / Ages 13~18 10,000 won / 12 and under 8,000 won




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* This itinerary includes Seokguram Grotto and Underwater Tomb of King Munmu.

• Hours: 10:00~16:40
• Frequency of Operation: One daily departure
• Travel Time: 6 hours and 40 minutes
• Price: Adult 14,000 won / Ages 13~18 12,000 won / 12 and under 10,000 won


[Visitor Information on Gyeongju City Tour Bus]

Departure Point: City Tour Bus stop in Gyeongju Terminal
                           Hotels in Gyeongju Bomun Area
                           Bulguksa Temple (Confirm by phone)

Ticket Purchase: Phone reservation or ticket purchase at hotel or
                           condominium front desks in Bomun Area

Notes: Admission fees to historical sites and lunch are not included in the price
            The museum is closed on Mondays so scheduled visits
            will be replaced with another venue.

Languages: Audio and video guide in English, Japanese, Chinese

Closed: Operated year-round

Information: Gyeongju City Tour +82-54-743-6001~5 (Korean, English)
                    Gyeongju Travel Phone +82-54-1330
                    (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)

Website: http://culture.gyeongju.go.kr/culture (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)




Samcheok City Tour

With its clear, blue Donghae (East Sea) seawater, Samcheok is famous for its fresh seafood. The city tour will take visitors to the Samcheokhang Port Fish Center for the freshest raw fish, the Haesindang Park with beautiful and unique sculptures, and the Galnam Observatory for great views of the East Sea.



[Visitor Information on Samcheok City Tour Bus]

Itinerary

Time Itinerary
12:00 Depart from Samcheok Station
12:10~13:10 Lunch at Samcheok Harbor Fish Center
13:50~14:50 Haesindang Park
14:55~15:00 Galnam Observatory
15:30 Samcheok Station


Departure Point: Samcheok Station (across from Beongae Market in Sajik-dong)

Frequency of Operation: One daily departure

Price: 6,000 won (free for children ages 7 and under)

Notes: Admission fee to the park
           (Adult 3,000 won / Ages 13~18 2,000 won / 12 and under 1,500 won)
           and lunch are not included in the price

Ticket Purchase: Can be purchased on board the bus.

Closed: Operated year-round

Languages: Japanese, Chinese

Information: Korea Travel phone +82-33-575-1330 (English, Japanese)

Website: http://eng.samcheok.go.kr/main/
              (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)






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