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Tour Overview

Tour Cost USD 2,627 Single Supplement USD 338
Number of Days 8 nights / 9 days Total Cycling Distance 345km
Tour Grade beginner to intermediate Group Size min 5 / max 20
Tour Meets Seoul Tour Ends Seoul

※ If you are a returning client (meaning, if you have been on one of bikeOasis KOREA tours before), we give you an additional 5% discount in your final payment.

What are included:

  • 1 bicycle and 1 helmet per person
  • English speaking guide(s) for 9 days
  • Entry tickets for the museum parks and other places to visit
  • 8 nights’ accommodation in Hotels/Hanok
  • 8 breakfasts, 5 lunches and 7 dinners
  • Daily snacks and beverages
  • A support vehicle with 3 seats for emergency participants & luggage following the tour group on the entire trip
  • Truck for the transportation of the bicycle
  • Subway, suburb train and express bus transportation

What are excluded:

  • International Travel Insurance
  • Airport Pick up and Drop off (optional at an extra fee)
  • Personal expenses
  • Airfares to/from Korea

Overall Tour Map

 

Itinerary

Day 1 : Seoul City Tour & Welcome Dinner
Day 2 : Seoul → Namyangju
Day 3 : Namyangju → Chuncheon
Day 4 : Chuncheon → Daeseongli Station → Yeoju
Day 5 : Yeoju → Chungju → Sangju
Day 6 : Sangju → Andong Hahoe Village
Day 7 : Andong Hahoe Village
Day 8 : Andong Hahoe Village → Seoul & Farewell Dinner
Day 9 : Departure


※ If you want, you can do the ‘Dream Bike Tour Korea’ first, and then continue your bike tour with ‘Cycle Across Korea: Damyang to Jeju Island’
(total 15 nights/16 days) without losing a day between the two tours plus 10% discount in price. Please check our tour schedule for available dates [CLICK]

Day 1, Saturday (Dinner included)

Program of the day

  • Meet in the lobby of Hotel in Seoul (1:00pm)
  • City Tour (City Center incl. English guided Gyeongbokgung Palace/by subway) (2:00pm~7:00pm)
  • Dinner at Bulgogi Brothers (Seoul Finance Center, SFC) (7:00 pm)
  • Transfer to Hotel & Free time (9:00 pm ~ )

What to see:

- Gyeongbokgung Palace

Built in 1395, Gyeongbokgung Palace is also commonly referred to as the “Northern Palace” because it is the furthest north when compared to the neighboring palaces of Changdeokgung (Eastern Palace) and Gyeongheegung (Western Palace). Gyeongbokgung Palace is arguably the most beautiful and remains the grandest of all five palaces.

- Insadong

Insa-dong Street is one of the most memorable attractions in Seoul and is the focal point of Korean traditional culture and crafts. Stores in Insa-dong are specialized in a wide variety of goods that can only be purchased or appreciated in Korea such ashanbok (traditional clothing), hanji (traditional paper), traditional teas, pottery, and folk crafts.

- Cheonggyecheon Stream

Until it was restored in 2005, Cheonggyecheon Stream existed only as a neglected watercourse hidden by an overpass. Today, it has been transformed into a haven of natural beauty amidst the bustle of city life. Narae Bridge, expressing a butterfly in flight, and Gwanggyo Bridge, symbolizing the harmony of the past and future, are just two of the more than twenty beautiful bridges that cross the stream. The ‘Rhythmic Wall Stream’, lined with fine marble, sculptures, and Korea’s 8th stone building, Palseokdam, adorn the Cheonggyecheon Stream. Cheonggyecheon Stream passes close to Deoksugung Palace, Seoul Plaza, the Sejong Center, Insa-dong Street, Changdeokgung Palace, and Changgyeonggung Palace, allowing visitors to easily visit major tourist sites after a leisurely stroll along the stream.

What to eat:

- Bulgogi

Bulgogi is an extremely versatile way of preparing beef and the one most westerners have sampled at Korean restaurants. Typically in the west we eat bulgogi on a korean barbecue – a hot plate in the middle of the table. But in Korea this is just one of many ways. It can be made into a stew (as in the recipe above) or as the basis for other dishes.

Where to sleep:

- Lexington Hotel (http://www.thelexington.co.kr/)

Air Conditioner Yes
Private Bathroom Yes
Fridge Yes
Wifi Yes
Computer No
TV Yes
Elevator Yes
Washing machine No
Clothes dryer No

Day 2, Sunday (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

Seoul → Namyangju

General information:

  • Starting point: Seoul (Lexington Hotel)
  • Ending point: Namyangju (Heimat Hotel or another upgraded hotel)
  • Distance: 68km
  • Approximated time: 4hours and 30minutes (without visiting places)

Detailed distances:

TOTAL CYCLING DISTANCE 68km (4h30min)
Accommodation → Yeouido Certification Center 2km (10min)
Yeouido Certification Center → Ttukseom Certification Center 19km (1h20min)
Ttukseom Certification Center → Paldang Bridge 22km (1h30min)
Paldang Bridge → Dasan Heritage Site 8km (30min)
Dasan Heritage Site → Accommodation (Namyangju) 17km (60min)

Program:

  • Breakfast at the Hotel or nearby cafe (7:30am)
  • Bike fitting & Stretching (8:00am~9:00 am)
  • Ride along Han River Bike Path and sightseeing (9:00am~12:30pm)
  • Lunch (12:30pm)
  • Ride along Han River Bike Path and sightseeing (1:30pm~3:00pm)
  • Visit of Dasan Heritage Site (3:00pm~4:00pm)
  • Ride along Han River Bike Path and sightseeing (4:00pm~5:30pm)
  • Check into Hotel (5:30pm)
  • Free time (6:00pm~7:00pm)
  • Dinner (Traditional Korean Meal) (7:00pm)
  • Free time

What to see:

- Yeouido Hangang Park

Located in Yeouido, the heart of politics, media, banking and finance, Yeouido Hangang Park is easily accessible via public transportation. As one of the most popular parks along Hangang River, the park attracts many visitors, residents, and office workers.

- The National Assembly Building

With 24 granite pillars, a splendid blue dome, and white exterior, the National Assembly Building is a beautiful piece of architecture. The historic building came to life in 1975 after six years of construction. The pillars and the dome symbolize the various opinions of the public emerging as one. The building is a favorite among tourists as it is located next to the Hangang River. The Hangang River sits behind the building as a beautiful backdrop.

- Dasan Heritage Site

Dasan Heritage Site is located in the hometown of DasanJeong Yak-Yong (1762~1836), a scholar from the late Joseon Dynasty. Growing up in the village, Dasan criticized corruption, and tried to reform outdated institutions and conventions. During his long exile, Dasan authored "Mongminsimseo" (a book on how to rule the people) and "Gyeongseyupo" (a book on how to reform land policies, stabilize people's lives, and strengthen the nation and its army) among others. Today, Dasan is regarded as one of the greatest scholars of Silhak (Realist school of Confucianism) of the late Joseon Dynasty.

What to eat:

- Chogyeguksu (subject to change on weather)

Chogyeguksu (‘cho’ meaning ‘vinegar’ and ‘gye’ meaning ‘chicken’) was once a special winter treat enjoyed in the Hamgyeong-do and Pyeongan-do provinces of North Korea. Nowadays, the dish is a popular summertime treat enjoyed by people all across the nation. Not just a great way to cool off, Chogyeguksu is also said to be a ‘diet food’ as it is low in calories and made with lean chicken, medicinal herbs, and noodles made with fresh vegetables.

- Traditional Korean Meal

Korean cuisine as a national cuisine known today has evolved through centuries of social and political change. Korean cuisine is largely based upon rice, vegetables, and meats. Traditional Korean meals are noted for the number of side dishes (banchan) that accompany steam-cooked short-grain rice. Kimchi is served often, sometimes at every meal.

Where to sleep:

- Heimat Hotel

Air Conditioner Yes
Private Bathroom Yes
Fridge Yes
Wifi Yes
Computer No
TV No
Elevator Yes
Washing machine No
Clothes dryer No

Day 3, Monday (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

Namyangju → Chuncheon

General information:

  • Starting point: Namyangju (Heimat Hotel)
  • Ending point : Chuncheon (Hotel Chuncheon)
  • Distance: 71km
  • Approximated time: 4hours and 40minutes (without visiting places)

Detailed distances:

TOTAL CYCLING DISTANCE 71km (4h40min)
Accommodation → SaeteoSamgeori Certification Center 4km (15min)
SaeteoSamgeori Certification Center → Jara Island 25km (1h45min)
Jara Island → Lunch Place 2km (10min)
Lunch Place → Gyeonggang Bridge Certification Center 2km (10min)
Gyeonggang Bridge Certification Center → Gangchon Station 14km (50min)
Gangchon Station → Animation Museum 12km (40min)
Animation Museum → Sinmae Bridge Certification Center 5km (20min)
Sinmae Bridge Certification Center → Accommodation 7km (30min)


Program:

  • Breakfast (Korean Breakfast) (7:15am~8:00am)
  • Check-out from Hotel (8:00am)
  • Ride along the Han River bike path and sightseeing (8:00am~12:00pm)
  • Visit of the Jara Island (12:00pm~12:30pm)
  • Lunch (12:30pm~1:30pm) near Jara Island
  • Ride along the Han River bike path and sightseeing (1:30pm~5:30pm)
  • Check into Hotel Chuncheon (5:30pm)
  • Free Time (5:30pm~7:00pm)
  • Dinner (Dakgalbi) (7:00pm)
  • Free time

What to see:

- Jaraseom Island

Jaraseom Island is an island formed on the Bukhangang River as a result of the construction of the Cheongpyeong Dam in 1943. It is approximately 800 meters from Namiseom Island, as the crow flies. The name ‘Jaraseom’ comes from the fact that it faces a hill that resembles a Jara (Korean word for soft-shelled turtle). Jaraseom consists of four islands called Dongdo, Seodo, Jungdo, and Namdo, and has various leisure and park facilities. Visitors can find a car camping site and the filming location of the popular TV drama series 'Iris' on Seodo (west island), and an eco-cultural park with a grass plaza of over 100 meters in diameter on Jungdo (central island). There is also an ecosystem theme park called Ehwawon Garden at the westernmost tip of the Jaraseom Campground. A popular camping spot, Jaraseom Island is also widely known as the venue of the annual Jaraseom International Jazz Festival.

What to eat:

- Makguksu

Makguksu is closely related to naengmyeon, the archetypal Korean cold noodle dish. Its differences lie in the high concentration of buckwheat flour in its noodles, the result of the grain's status as a staple crop in the Gangwon-do area, and the use of greater amounts of vegetables. The dish gets its name—"rough noodles"—from the fact that the buckwheat used is generally unhulled. Makguksu is usually prepared directly from buckwheat crop, soaked, and ground into a paste. Since buckwheat is less glutinous than most grains, buckwheat flour is particularly difficult to knead, roll, and slice into noodles by hand; thus, the noodles are often created in a hand-cranked noodle-making machine instead.

- Dakgalbi

Chuncheon(춘천) is very popular for its Dakgalbi Street; a street mushroomed with many restaurants that specialized in Dakgalbi (닭갈비). Dakgalbi is a South Korean dish featuring delicious chicken cubes with vegetables and topped off with a spicy Gochujang sauce.

Where to sleep:

- Hotel Chuncheon
(http://www.hotelchuncheon.com)

Air Conditioner Yes
Private Bathroom Yes
Fridge Yes
Wifi Yes
Computer Yes
TV Yes
Elevator Yes
Washing machine No
Clothes dryer No

Day 4, Tuesday (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

Chuncheon → Daeseongli Station → Yeoju

General information:

  • Starting point: Chuncheon → Daeseongli Station (by suburb train)
  • Ending point : Yeoju (Namgang Hotel)
  • Distance: 70km
  • Approximated time: 5 1/2 hours (without visiting places)

Detailed distances:

TOTAL CYCLING DISTANCE 70km (5h25min)
Daeseongli Station → Yangsu Station 16km (1h15min)
Yangsu Station → Yangpyung Art Museum Certification Center 18km (1h30min)
Yangpyung Art Museum Certification Center → Ipobo Certification Center 15km (1hour)
Ipobo Certification Center → Yeojubo Certification Center 14km (1hour)
Yeojubo Certification Center → Accommodation 7km (40min)


  • Breakfast at the Hotel (7:15am~ 8:00am)
  • Ride from the Hotel to Chuncheon Station (8:00am~8:30am)
  • Suburb train from Chuncheon Station to Daeseongli Station (8:30am~9:30am)
  • Ride along the South Han River bike path and sightseeing (9:15am~1:00pm)
  • Dumulmeori and Zelkova trees (10:30am~11:00am)
  • Lunch (1:00pm~2:00pm)
  • Ride along the South Han River bike path and sightseeing (2:00pm~5:00pm)
  • Check into Namgang Hotel (5:00pm)
  • Free Time
  • Dinner (7:00pm)

What to see:

- One of the most beautiful paths in Korea

- Dumulmeori and Zelkova trees

Dumulmeori literally means 'two water area,' and refers to the place where Bukhangang River and Namhangang River meet. The dock for an ancient-style ferry and weeping willows add to the rustic beauty of this area. Another attraction at this site is the three 400-year-old Zelkova trees that appear as one giant tree. A privately owned place, Dumulmeori remains as a popular site for shooting Korean TV dramas, movies, commercials, wedding pictures as well as nature pictures.

- Yeojubo

Yeoju is blessed with Namhangang and Yeoju Field, surrounded by beautiful mountains. It is the resting place of Sejong the Great and a cultural capital where old wisdom is still honored and praised. Yeojubo is dedicated to harmony between the tomb of Sejong the Great and its natural beauty.

What to eat:

- Daeji bulgogi

Daeji bulgogi is another popular Korean meat dish similar to bulgogi. However, instead of using beef, thin sliced pork loin is marinated in a specially blended red chili pepper paste with various assortments of vegetables. The meat is marinated with a mixture of soy sauce, sesame oil, garlic, sugar, ginger roots, rice wine and gochujang which is the base sauce for this dish. It is marinated for 30-60 minutes to bring out the depth and intensity of flavors. Daeji bulgogi can be grilled or pan-cooked

Where to sleep:

- Namgang Hotel

Air Conditioner Yes
Private Bathroom Yes
Fridge No
Wifi No
Computer Yes with LAN Connexion
TV Yes
Elevator Yes
Washing machine Yes
Clothes dryer No

Day 5, Wednesday (Breakfast, Lunch included)

Yeoju → Chungju → Sangju

General information:

  • Starting point: Yeoju (Namgang Hotel)
  • Ending point: Chungju → Sangju (by shuttle bus)
  • Distance: 66km
  • Approximated time: 5hours (without visiting places)

Detailed distances:

TOTAL CYCLING DISTANCE 66km (5hours)
Sopung Hotel → Silleuksa Temple 3km (15min)
Silleuksa Temple → Gangcheonbo Certification Center 7km (30min)
Gangcheonbo Certification Center → Water Break 15km (1hour)
Water Break → Binasum Island Certification Center 15km (1hour)
Binasum Island Certification Center → Lunch 4km (20min)
Lunch → Jungangtap Historical Park 17km (1h30min)
Jungangtap Historical Park → Chungju Tangeumdae Certification Center 5km (20min)


  • Check out from the hotel (7:30am)
  • Visit of Silleuksa Temple and breakfast (7:30am~8:30am *subject to weather)
  • Ride along the Namhan River bike path and sightseeing (8:30am~12:00pm)
  • Lunch (Oritang) (12:00pm)
  • Ride along the Namhan River bike path and sightseeing (1:00pm~3:30pm)
  • Shuttle transportation from Chungju to Sangju city (3:30pm~5:00pm)
  • Check into Sangju Hotel (5:00pm)
  • Free time & Dinner on your own

What to see:

- Silleuksa Temple

Silleuksa Temple built during the Silla dynasty and located deep in the forest of Mt. Bongmisan in Cheonsong-ri, Buknae-myeon, Yeoju-gun. This temple holds several notable national treasures including Geukrakjeon, Josadang, and Dacheung Jeontap. The temple is an excellent place to 21learn about Korean Buddhism and temple culture. The 600-year-old gingko tree is also noteworthy.

- Gangcheonbo

Gangcheonbo was inspired by the eight beautiful sceneries of Yeoju and Yeoju-gun's cultural and historic heritage. The white heron and Hwangpo sail boat represent the local culture and its traditional image reinvented into a majestic modern image. Its concept is "a new world reflected on Namhangang" and named "Mulbitnuri Gangcheonbo" meaning "light reflecting Gangcheonbo."

- Tangeumdae

Tangeumdae is an important landmark in the city of Chungju, for most of the festivals and events of the city such as the Chungju World Martial Arts Festival are usually held here. Besides, the place is historically significant as the famous musician Ureuk enchanted the subjects of Shilla King Jinheung with his performance. This is also a lovely place to enjoy a quiet stroll or a picnic.

What to eat:

- Oritang

Oritang is a variety of guk, Korean soup or stew made byslowly simmering duck and various vegetables. Ori means "duck" and tang is another name for guk in Korean. While its recipe depends on region and taste, the soup is generally in a form of a clear soup. Some variants can contain chili pepper powder to make the soup spicy like maeuntang (spicy fish soup) or roasted perilla seeds to thicken the dish. Oritang is a local specialty of Gyeonggi Province and South Jeolla Province, especially Gwangju City. In Gwangju, about 20 restaurants specializing in Oritang and other duck dishes are centered on Yudong Alley in Buk-gu (Northern District).

Where to sleep:

- Sangju Hotel

Air Conditioner Yes
Private Bathroom Yes
Fridge No
Wifi Yes
Computer No
TV Yes
Elevator Yes
Washing machine No
Clothes dryer No

Day 6, Thursday (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner included)

Sangju → Andong Hahoe Village

General information:

  • Starting point: Sangju Hotel
  • Ending point : Andong Hahoe Village
  • Distance: 70km
  • Approximated time: 6hours (without visiting places)

Detailed distances:

TOTAL CYCLING DISTANCE 70km (6hours)
Sangju Hotel → Sangju Bicycle Museum 12km (1h30min)
Sangju Bicycle Museum → Sangjubo Certification Center 4km (20min)
Sangjubo Certification center → Lunch 5km (20min)
Lunch → Sangjusangpung Bridge Certification Center 6km (25min)
Sangjusangpung Bridge Certification Center → Gudam Market 30km (2h30min)
Gudam Market → Andong Mask Museum 11km (40min)
Andong Mask Museum → Accommodation 2km (10min)


  • Breakfast at Sangju Hotel nearby cafe (7:00am)
  • Check out (7:45am)
  • Ride along the Nakdong River bike path and sightseeing (7:45am~9:15am)
  • Visit of Sangju Bicycle Museum (9:30am~10:30am)
  • Visit of Donam Confucian school (10:40am~11:20am)
  • Ride along the Nakdong River bike path and sightseeing (11:20am~12:00pm)
  • Lunch (Bibimbap) (12:00pm~1:00pm)
  • Ride along the Nakdong River bike path and sightseeing (1:00pm~5:00pm)
  • Enter Hahoe Village & check into Hanok (5:30pm)
  • Dinner (Andong Jjimdak) (7:00pm)
  • Free time (after dinner)

What to see:

- Sangju Bicycle Museum

The Sangju Bicycle Museum has a large collection of bicycles of all types and sizes, and from all over the world. On the first floor, bicycles are arranged in the order of production year and model. On the second floor, a special exhibition is set up to show the history of bicycles in Korea. Finally, the museum runs a free bicycle rental in the yard outside the main building

- Donam Confucian School

Donam Confucian School was founded in 1606. And still nowadays this school has some scholars.

- Andong Hahoe Village (UNESCO World Heritage)

Hahoe Village is home to descendants of the Ryu clan of Pungsan and is well-known for its traditional houses. Birthplace of renowned scholars of the Joseon Period such as Gyeomam Ryu Un-ryong and Seoae Ryu Seong-ryong, the village became even more famous after Queen Elizabeth of England visited on April 21, 1999. Hahoe Village (translating to “Village Enveloped by Water”) gets its name from Nakdong River, which flows around the town’s perimeter. The village is located at the foothills of Hwasan Mountain, an offshoot of Taebaek Mountain that rises up to the east. The center of the village is populated by large tile-roofed houses belonging to the Ryu clan, adding their own unique charm to the surrounding thatched roofs.

What to eat:

- Bibimbap

In Korean, “bibim” means “mixed” and “bap” means rice. All of the ingredients except the meat (which is optional) are prepared in advance so you can add them at room temperature to the top of hot steamed rice. You then quickly fry and add the meat and a sunny-side up egg to the top. Bibimbap is usually served with a spicy sauce made of gochujang (Korean hot pepper paste).

- Andong Jjimdak

Andong jjimdak is a variety of jjim (a Korean steamed or boiled dish), which originated in the city of Andong, Gyeongsangbuk-do Province and is made with chicken, various vegetables marinated in a ganjang (Korean soy sauce) based sauce. The name literally means "steamed chicken of Andong.

Where to sleep:

- Andong Hanok

Located in Andong Hahoe Village, Bukchondaek House was built by Ryu Sa-chun, a high-ranking official from the Joseon Dynasty, in 1797 (21 years into the reign of King Jeongjo from the Joseon Dynasty). The small guest house and servants' quarters to the left and right of the front gate were established first. In 1862 (13 years into the reign of King Cheoljong from the Joseon Dynasty), Ryu's great-grandchild, who served as a senior official of Gyeongsang-do, added inner quarters, a large guest house, a space within the gate, and a shrine, which completed the construction. The hanok is the largest hanok in the village.

*Please note that Hahoe Village is a UNESCO World Heritage and modern accommodations are not available within the village. You will sleep on a thin mattress on heated room floor, which is very Korean style. Both rooms/shower are modern but shared among 4~7 persons. Although very strange and awkward at first, most of our clients in the past enjoyed it a lot.

Air Conditioner Yes
Private Bathroom Yes
Fridge No
Wifi Yes
Computer No
TV Yes
Elevator Yes
Washing machine No
Clothes dryer No

Day 7, Friday (Breakfast, Dinner included)

Andong Hahoe Village

Program:

  • Breakfast (Picnic style Continental Breakfast) (9:00am)
  • Visit of the village with a professional guide (10:00am~11:00am)
  • Visit of Mask Museum and ride around the village (11:30am~12:30pm)
  • Lunch on your own and free time (12:30pm~3:30pm)
  • Hiking trip to Buyongdae Cliff (incl. a short ferry ride, 4:00pm~5:30pm)
  • Dinner (7:00pm)

What to see:

- Andong Hahoe Village (UNESCO World Heritage)

Hahoe Village is home to descendants of the Ryu clan of Pungsan and is well-known for its traditional houses. Birthplace of renowned scholars of the Joseon Period such as Gyeomam Ryu Un-ryong and Seoae Ryu Seong-ryong, the village became even more famous after Queen Elizabeth of England visited on April 21, 1999. Hahoe Village (translating to “Village Enveloped by Water”) gets its name from Nakdong River, which flows around the town’s perimeter. The village is located at the foothills of Hwasan Mountain, an offshoot of Taebaek Mountain that rises up to the east. The center of the village is populated by large tile-roofed houses belonging to the Ryu clan, adding their own unique charm to the surrounding thatched roofs.

- Mask Museum

Hahoe Mask Museum is located in Andong Hahoe Village. At the museum, you’ll encounter time-honored Korean masks that have long since been used in a variety of traditional mask dances. The museum not only displays Hahoe masks, but also other traditional masks from all over the world.

- Buyongdae

Buyongdae is a cliff about 64 meters high situated where the Taebaek Mountain Range ends. From the summit, one can get a bird’s eye view of the Hahoe Village in Andong. The name was taken from an ancient history of China. Meaning lotus, the name Buyongdae is said to be given for Hahoe Village’s configuration like a lotus flower. Thus, one can get the best view of the village from the cliff.

What to eat:

- Picnic style Continental Breakfast

A break from Korean breakfast, we will prepare simple continental style picnic - fresh fruits, orange juice, bread, yogurt, coffee, etc.

Where to sleep:

- Andong Hanok

Located in Andong Hahoe Village, Bukchondaek House was built by Ryu Sa-chun, a high-ranking official from the Joseon Dynasty, in 1797 (21 years into the reign of King Jeongjo from the Joseon Dynasty). The small guest house and servants' quarters to the left and right of the front gate were established first. In 1862 (13 years into the reign of King Cheoljong from the Joseon Dynasty), Ryu's great-grandchild, who served as a senior official of Gyeongsang-do, added inner quarters, a large guest house, a space within the gate, and a shrine, which completed the construction. The Hanok is the largest Hanok in the village.

Day 8, Saturday (Breakfast, Dinner included)

Andong Hahoe Village → Seoul

Program:

  • Breakfast (Korean Breakfast) (7:45am)
  • Shuttle transportation from Andong Hahoe Village to Andong Hot Spring (8:30am~9:00am)
  • Relax and enjoy public bath at Andong Hot Spring (9:00am~11:00am)
  • Shuttle transportation from Andong Hot Spring to Andong Bus Terminal & Lunch (not included) at the Andong Bus Terminal (11:20am~12:00pm)
  • Andong Express Bus Terminal to Seoul Express Bus Terminal (12:10pm~3:45pm)
  • Subway from Seoul Express Bus Terminal to Hotel (4:45pm~5:30pm)
  • Check into Hotel (5:30pm)
  • Farewell Dinner (7:00pm)
  • Night walk along Han River (8:30pm~10:00pm) (optional)
  • Return to the accommodation

What to see:

- Andong Hot Spring

Seoul Han River at night (optional after dinner)

Where to sleep:

- Lexington Hotel (http://www.thelexington.co.kr/)

Air Conditioner Yes
Private Bathroom Yes
Fridge Yes
Wifi Yes
Computer No
TV Yes
Elevator Yes
Washing machine No
Clothes dryer No

Day 9, (Breakfast included)

Program:

  • Breakfast
  • Tour finishes after breakfast

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"Dream Bike Tour Korea"

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※ If you would like to combine our ‘Dream Bike Tour Korea’ with the ‘Cycle Across Korea: Damyang to Jeju Island’ on one trip, please make your booking above for the two tour package at 10% discounted price.