• Price
    230,000 KRW / Person
    Minimun Pax
    4 People
    Daily 08:00am ~ 21:00pm
    Return KTX Tickets (Seoul-Busan-Seoul), Transportation & English-speaking Tour Guide (Busan), Admission Fees, Lunch, VAT.
    Hotel Pick-up/Drop-off Services, Dinner, Personal Expenses.
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Tour Course

  • Seoul Station: KTX Train (08:00am-10:47am)
  • Arrive at Busan Station: Meet our Guide
  • Jagalchi Fish Market
  • Lunch (Bibimbap)
  • Via Gwangan Bridge
  • Yonggungsa Temple
  • Haeundae Beach
  • Nurimaru APEC House
  • Busan Station: KTX Train (19:00pm-21:49pm)
  • Arrive at Seoul Station.


    • Jagalchi Fish Market
      Jagalchi Market was formed by the people who populated the area after the Liberation in 1945, and the Korean War. As one of the largest seafood markets in Asia, the market offers all kinds of seafood to visitors. It is crowded by merchants and visitors every day and a popular attraction among tourists who want to taste fresh seafood. Its Live Fish Section is the most popular section in the market among visitors enjoying fresh sashimi. Visitors can choose live fish to their likings and eat it sashimi-style.
    • Haedong Yonggung Temple
      Haedong Yonggungsa is situated on the coast of the north-eastern portion of Busan. This superb find of a tourist spot and temple offers visitors the rare find of a temple along the shore line. Yonggung Temple was first built in 1376 by the great Buddhist teacher known as Naong during the Goryeo Dynasty. The main sanctuary of the temple was reconstructed in 1970 with careful attention paid to the colors that were traditionally used in such structures. On the right-hand side, inside the a cave, is a uniquely designed Buddhist sanctum, while situated just in front of the main sanctuary is a three-story pagoda with four lions. The four lions are symbolizing joy, anger, sadness, and happiness. Other special sites at the temple are the 108 stairs and stone lanterns lining the rocky landscape.
      After going down the 108 steps, one will be delighted with the beauty of the temple. Midway down the 108 steps one can stop and enjoy the calming sounds of the waves, and view the majestic sunrise.
    • Haeundae Beach
      Haeundae Beach is probably the most famous beach in the country.
      "Haeundae" was so named by scholar Choi Chi-Won (857~?) of the Silla Dynasty (BC 57~AD 935). When he was walking past Dongbaek Island, he was fascinated by it and left the carved words "Hae Un Dae" on a stone wall on the island. Haeundae is 1.5 km long and the white sand is rough and sticks easily to your skin. The sand of this beach is composed of sand that comes from Chuncheon Stream and shells that have been naturally eroded by the wind over time. Haeundae Beach is also famous for the various cultural events and festivals held throughout the year.
    • Nurimaru APEC House
      The name Nurimaru APEC House is created by combining the Korean words nuri ("world") and maru ("summit"), and "APEC House," which refers to an APEC conference hall. Collectively, it means "a house where the world summits gather together for an APEC meeting." Located on Dongbaek Island, which is noted for its beautiful, natural landscape accented by dense camellia and pine trees, Nurimaru APEC House has been used as a memorial hall and a prestigious international conference hall since the APEC summit meeting. Nurimaru, a 3-story building, is a modernistic expression of "jeongja," a pavilion in traditional Korean architectural style. Its roof shape symbolizes the ridgeline of Dongbaek Island. Its interior design is a visual display of Korea's creative traditional culture. The terrace, which has a Korean wooden floor concept, towers over Oryuk Island, Gwangan Bridge and Dallmaji Hill.
      Located near Haeundae Beach, it not only offers a spectacular view of the beach, but also has the appearance of a reputable international conference hall featuring both modern and natural beauty.