1.  Spouse/Partners’ Tour Program**

 ** Minimum of 3 participants required for each program.




1.1 Demilitarized Zone (D.M.Z)

Monday, 25 October 2004, Full Day Tour


US$ 52 per person

57,000krw per person


Feel the sorrow of a divided country. To truly understand Korea and her people, visitors must understand the effect of the war and the chasm it left in the hearts of its victims. The only divided country on earth, Korea and its symbol of division, DMZ. DMZ is the most heavily fortified border on the planet. It has been 50 years since the Korean War ended in 1953. However, the DMZ remains, dividing the Korean Peninsula. Visitors can see a picture of Korea’s division and its fragile state of peace at the Demilitarized Zone.


This is a very special tour destination in Korea, which offers a real vivid eye-opening experience of the Korean War and a dramatic sense of the tragedy of the separated family members between the two Koreas from the division of the peninsula.


07:10Seoul National University

09:00 - Imjingak Park

09:30 - The Bridge of Freedom

09:50 - Dora Station

10:30 - Dora Observatory 

11:30 - The 3rd Tunnel

12:40 - Pass by Unification Village

14:30 – Lunch at Iteawon

15:00 – Namdaemun Market

17:00Seoul National University


* Remarks *

Included:   English speaking guide, admission fee(s), Lunch, coach







1.2 Royal Relics Morning Tour

Tuesday, 26 October 2004, Half Day Tour

U$ 40 per person

43,000krw per person


 Gyeongbokgung Palace: is the main residence of the Josun Dynasty royal family. It is one of the most beautiful palaces in Seoul, with an impressive throne hall and elegant pavilions.

 The National Folk Museum: located beside Gyeongbokgung palace, maintains and exhibits legacies of Korean culture and history such as religious rituals household tools and social dynamics etc.

 Jogye Temple: is the headquarters of the Jogyejong sect, as well as one of the largest Buddhist temples in Seoul. This Temple is famous for its Lantern Festival which is held every spring to commemorate Buddha’s birthday


08:10Seoul National University

09:30 – Pass by the Presidential Blue House

09:50Gyeongbok Palace

10:30National Folk Museum

11:20Jogye Temple

11:50 – Amethyst factory

12:10 - Lunch

13:00 – Drop off at Itaewon (we provide a taxi fee of Seoul National University)



* Remarks *

Included:   English speaking guide, admission fee(s), Lunch, coach








1.3 Modern Seoul Tour

Wednesday, 27 October 2004, Full Day Tour

U$ 89 per person

98,000krw per person


 Seoul Tower, which stands on the summit of Mt. Namsan, is one of the highest towers (240m) in the world. The panoramic view of Seoul seen from the 2nd and 3rd observation floors and the revolving observation platform on the 5th floor are especially excellent.

 Han River Cruise: Semo pleasure boats run a cruise boat service on the Han River as well as  a floating restaurant at Yeouido Wharf and Jamsil Wharf. One can enjoy the panoramic view of Seoul on the Han River that flows through the centre of Seoul from the east to the west.

 Bongeun Temple: is an ancient Korean temple, built 1200 years ago during the Silla Dynasty. You will wonder at the fact that there is such a temple in a business town like Samsung-dong.


 08:10Seoul National University

09:30Seoul Tower

10:20Deoksu Palace

11:20Royal Museum

11:40Ginseng Center

12:20 – Lunch

13:30 – COEX Aquarium

14:20Bongeun Temple

15:30 – Hanriver Cruise

17:30Seoul National University


* Remarks *

Included:   English speaking guide, admission fee(s), Lunch, coach








1.4 Seoul National University Tour

     Free of Charge

     2 Hours (10AM - Noon, Oct. 28, 2004)

     Reservation required at the conference site




2.  Seoul City Tour for All

(Thursday Afternoon, after Conference)


Thursday, 28th October 2004

U$ 20 per person

25,000 krw per person


Afternoon Tour                    13.30-18.30

Seoul National UniversityInsadong Changdeok Palace (Secret Garden) – Seoul National University


* Changdeok Palace: is the name of Korea's most successfully preserved palace. It was built during the reign of Taejong, the third King of the Joseon Dynasty.

* Insadong:  is the best place for those who want to experience Korean traditions. Numerous traditional teashops, galleries, antique shops and traditional restaurants are located along the narrow alley.


* Remarks *

Included:   English speaking guide, admission fee(s), coach