KS203 Every Tuesday, 3D2N
from FROM USD699


Included in Tour
Hotel accommodation with twin or triple room sharing with breakfast, Transfer, Guide, and Admission 

Excluded in Tour
Travel insurance, lunch and dinner, optional tour (admission), All not mentioned above.

Meeting & Finishing Point
• Meeting Point: Toyoko inn hotel 1, Busan Station13:00pm
• Finishing Point: Parking lot of D`ongwha Duty Free Shop Building(동화면세점) about 17:00pm

Cancellation or Absence Policy
• Group (10 people or more) Cancelation fee
 - 4 weeks prior: 20% of tour price, 
- 4 weeks ~ 15 days prior: 30% of tour price
- 14 days prior ~ departure day: No refund
- No show: No refund 
• Individuals (fewer than 9 people) Cancelation fee
 - 14 days ~ 8 days prior: 20% of tour price  
- 1 week ~ 4 days prior: 50% of tour price
- 3 days prior ~ departure day: No refund
- No show: No refund 

• Reservation available until 7 days before tour departure. 
• Above programs are based on joint Sit-in-Coach Tour guided by a bilingual speaking guide (Mainly Korean to English or other languages)
• For speakers of languages other than English, this tour program may be accompanied by a guide speaking another language. 
• The above tour program is operated on fixed days in the calendar with minimum 2 passengers but please contact us for a confirmed date
• It is kindly noticed that we have no responsibility for your personal incidents or lost items during all the tours.
• The size of the vehicle may vary depending on the number of the passengers on the day of departure.
• It is kindly noticed that no refunds will be made for any part of the tour that is due to personal reasons.
• Booking or changing requests have to be made at least 7 days before tour departure.
• Wi-Fi service is not provided on the coach, so please buy a SIM card or rent an Wi-Fi egg to use the Internet at the airport.
• It is difficult to exchange money in Korean money for local tourist attractions included in tours other than metropolitan cities. It is advisable to exchange money before the tour departs.
• ATMs that can withdraw foreign currency are rare in local tourist attractions, so it is advisable to withdraw money before tour departs.

• Hotel and room type are subject to change depending on the availability of the hotel or their rooms.  
• The price above is based on the use of a twin or triple room per person. If you would like a single room, a single room surcharge will apply.
• The price for children without an extra bed is 80% of the adult rate, and if an extra bed is required, the adult rate will be charged.
> For infants under the age of 24 months, the tour price is free of charge, for those aged 24 months or older and under 6 years of age, children’s price will be charged, and for those aged 6 years or older, adult price will be charged. 
• Booking for an adult + one or more children (24 months old ~ under 6 years old) 
> When an adult and one or more children are traveling together, the children’s fee will be charged as the adult price when using separate beds in twin and triple rooms. If the adult and the child or children share a bed in the rooms, children’s price will be charged as normal.

• 2024 High Peak Season : 26MAR, 02APR, 07MAY, 09JUL, 16JUL, 23JUL, 30JUL, 06AUG, 13AUG, 20AUG, 27AUG, 08OCT, 29OCT, 24DEC, 31DEC

• 2024 Closing Date : 13FEB, 17SEP

• 2025 High Peak Season : 25MAR, 1APR, 8APR, 6MAY, 8JUL, 15JUL, 22JUL, 29JUL, 5AUG, 12AUG, 19AUG, 26AUG, 28OCT, 23DEC

• 2025 Closing Date : 28JAN, 7OCT, 30DEC


Day 1  
  • Meeting and Departure

    Meeting at the Busan Train Station at around 13:00pm

  • Jagalchi Market & BIFF Square

    Busan,2nd largest city with a biggest port in Korea, located at the mouth of the Nakdong river in south of Korea. 

    Jagalchi Market, located on the shoreside road in Busan's Jung-gu, is Korea's largest seafood market, selling both live and dried fish.

     Busan International Film Festival (BIFF sqaure) has been remade into a cultural tourist attraction promoting the advancement of Korea’s film industry, 

    BIFF Square has contributed to Busan’s newfound status as an international cultural tourist city. In recent years, the square has grown into a more complex area, featuring not only movie theaters but also shops and leisure facilities, attracting growing numbers of young visitors and tourists. 

  • Haeundae beach & Dongbaek Park

    Haeundae Beach is the most famous beach in Korea as well as in Busan. People flock to Haeundae Beach every summer. It is a perfect summer vacation spot. Haeundae Beach is also famous for various cultural events and festivals held throughout the year. Other facilities in the area include Dongbaekseom Island, Busan Aquarium, a yachting dock, BEXCO, driving courses, and more. Dongbaek Park is Located near the south end of Haeundae Beach, Dongbaekseom Island was designated as a park in September 1, 1966. The island is full of Camellia flower and pine trees and is connected to the main land by a bridge. 

  • move to gyeongju

    It takes 1 hour 30 minutes.

  • Commodore Hotel Gyeongju or similar

    Check-into your hotel and have leisure time.

    HOTEL : Commodore Hotel Gyeongju or similar 

    +82-54-740-8277 ( www.commodorehotel.co.kr )

Day 2  
  • Breakfast

    Enjoy a delicious meal at your hotel

  • Seokguram Grotto (UNESCO)

    Seokguram grotto was constructed during the Silla Dynasty. It is hailed as the pinnacle of Silla Buddhist art, showcasing the remarkable achievements of that era. The statue of Buddha in Seokguram grotto embodies the harmonious fusion of architecture, craftsmanship, geometry, religion, and art. In December 1995, it was jointly inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site along with Bulguksa Temple.

    (출처: 저작권자 문화재청)

  • Bulguksa Buddhist Temple (UNESCO)

    Bulguksa Temple is a representative relic of Buddhist culture from the Silla Kingdom. The temple currently houses seven national treasures and numerous other important heritage items. The temple's beauty and the artistic value of its stone relics are so breathtaking and captivating that they garner high praise from visitors worldwide.

  • Move to Andong

    It takes 2hours 30minutes.

  • Andong Hahoe Village

    Hahoe Village is one of the most famous folk villages in Korea, which has preserved the housing architecture and the village structure of the Joseon Dynasty. Moreover, the village was naturally formed with people who actually live there. Hahoe Village boasts exquisite scenic sights: the elegant Nakdong River flowing around the village. Hahoe Village, along with Yangdong Village in Gyeongju, was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List under the category of "Historic Villages in Korea" on July 31, 2010. 

  • move to pyeongchang

    It takes 2 hours 30 minutes.

  • RAMADA hotel pyeongchang or similar

    Check-into your hotel and have leisure time.

    HOTEL : RAMADA Hotel PyeongChang or similar

    +82-33-333-1000 ( www.pyeongchangramadahotel.com )

Day 3  
  • Breakfast

    Enjoy a delicious meal at your hotel

  • The venue of 2018 Winter Olympic Games

    As the main venue for the Pyeonchang 2018 Winter Olympic Games, Alpensia Resort has recently been the subject of buzz across the nation and within the international sports community. Visitors are able to enjoy the wide-open view of the beautiful scenery.

  • move to sokcho

    It takes 1hour 30 minutes.

  • Gangneung Hyangho Beach (If time is available)

    Jumunjin Hyangho Beach is located in Jumunjin Hyangho-ri, Gangneung. It is a popular hot spot that attracts many domestic and international tourists as it was the shooting location for BTS album jackets. It is a beach where surfing lessons and parties are available, making it popular among young people.

  • Seoraksan National Park (UNESCO Biosphere Zone)

    Seoraksan National Park, the peaks of the Seoraksan Mountains break through the clouds while jade-like water flows through the valleys, creating breathtaking views and making this Korea's most famous national park. Due to the many rare species found here, UNESCO designated this national park a Biosphere Preservation District in 1982.

    *Seorak Cable Car (Optional for cable car USD20pp)

    The ideal way to comfortably appreciate the magnificent landscape of Seoraksan Mountain is using the Seorak Cable Car. The cable car boarding station is located in the Small Park of Seoraksan National Park. It takes about 10 min to get to the Gwongeumseong Fortress (700m above sea level) by the cable car.

    *During the peak season in October, Seoraksan National Park will restrict entry for buses and medium-sized buses. Therefore, the bus must park at C District Square, and you must walk 3.6km from C District Square to the entrance. So please be aware that we might not be able to visit Seoraksan National Park for this tour.

  • move to seoul

    It takes 3hours 30minutes.

    The location for arrival: The Donghwa Duty Free Shop Building. Estimated Arrival Time: 17:00


  1. Kathleen Weeks|2017-11-30

    We had so much fun!! We just got back from the K-Shuttle tour South Korea. Our guide treated us like her family and made sure that all of our needs were met. The food was incredible and we experienced it all. At each destination we were given the opportunity to eat the food that was popular in that area. Plan on $10-15 a meal for food. You could definitely go with less a meal but if you really want to experience the true cultural experience I would allow for at least this much in your budget. I would be happy to help anyone with questions.

  2. Hanny|2017-11-30

    My husband and I joined the K-Shuttle in the second week of November 2013. We really enjoyed it. Our guide, Mr. Kim, asked us to write some feed-up on your website. That is something I have not done yet, because I didn’t know were exactly to write it down. Can you tell where to put it? But I did write a 400 words (and photos) article for Discovery, the bi-monthly magazine of SIWA, the Seoul International Women’s Association, with some 300 members. Some of the members have shown a keen interest in joining a similar tour, so they might get in touch with you.