Social Tours

Deadline

In order to take advantage of the special rates for this congress, please be sure to book your tours by May 8, 2014.
Please note that after that date, tours will be subject to availability.

Reservation & Payment Conditions

  • The tour rates are fixed in KRW & USD.
  • Your reservation must be guaranteed by your credit card information.
  • The tour will be confirmed after payment.
  • Tours are subject to change or cancellation if the minimum number of participants is not reached. In the case of cancellation, the travel agent will contact you individually.
  • Any request for changes or cancellations should be sent by e-mail.
    The person in charge : Ms. Gloria Da-Yeong Jeong, E-mail : housingbureaujeju@gmail.com / Tel. +82-(0)64-713-8186

Refund Policy

  • Less than 2days before the departure date: No refund
  • 3days before the departure date: 50% refund
  • 5days before the departure date: 70% refund
  • 7days before the departure date: Full refund

Notice

  • Please make your reservations through the online booking system.
  • For any questions related to social tours, please contact the official travel agency.
  • Social tour itineraries are subject to change according to local circumstances.

Social Tour
Reservation

9th Jun (Mon) 10th Jun (Tue) 11th Jun (Wed) 12th Jun (Thu) 13th Jun (Fri)
   T-1 (Full day)
 UNESCO
T-4 (Full day)
Geo-park
T-8 (Full day)
UNESCO
T-14 (Full day) 
Volcano
T-18 (Full day)
UNESCO
T-2 (Half day)
Trekking
T-5 (Half day)
Seongsan Sunrise Peak
T-9 (Full day)
Geo-park
T-15
Sunrise
T-19 (Half day)
Seogwipo City Tour
T-3 (Half day)
Natural Dying & Riding
T-6 (Half day)
Temple Experience
T-10 (Full day)
Volcano
T-16 (Half day)
Botanical Garden
T-20 (Half day)
Green Tea
T-7
City Night
T-11 (Half day)
Volcano Soil & Stone
T-17 (Half day)
Kimchi
T-21 (Half day)
Yacht
T-12 (Half day)
Pottery Making
Tour Conditions
  • Included: Mini bus or Coach, English speaking tour guide, Tips, Entrance fees, Stated meals
  • Excluded: Air transportation, Insurance, Beverages
  • Minimum number of persons: 10
  • Groups(more than 10 persons) can arrange a private tour.

Full-day Tour

UNESCO
  • Tour Code : T-1 / T-8 / T-18
  • Date/Time : 9th June(Mon) / 11th June(Wed) / 13th Jun(Fri) ) 09:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 50,000 / $ 50(USD)
Seongsan Sunrise Peak
Seongsan Sunrise Peak rose from under the sea in a volcanic eruption over 100,000 years ago. Located on the eastern end of Jejudo Island, there is a huge crater at the top measuring 600m in diameter and 90m in height. 99 sharp rocks poetically surround the crater of Seongsan Sunrise Peak.
Yakcheon Temple
Yakcheonsa Buddhist Temple located on the South side of the island is said to be the largest Buddhist temple in Asia. Its large main hall displays fine pieces of temple art showcasing the Buddha in its many forms.
Cheonjiyeon Waterfall
Cheonjiyeon waterfall is one of the main tourist sites on Jeju Island. The waterfall is fed by a spring and falls into a pond. The walk follows the river through green trees. Along the way there you pass by two small damns which are used to control the water level in the pond at the base of Cheonjiyeon Waterfall.
Jeju Haenyeo Museum
Haenyeo refers to the female divers who dive into the ocean to gather various shellfish, seaweed, etc, without using any underwater diving equipment. Jeju-do has established the Jeju Haenyeo Museum to introduce to the world the unique activities and culture of Jejudo’s haenyeo female divers.
Manjanggul Lava Tube
The lava tube stretches for as far as an approximate 7,400 m, its length ranks amongst the top 15 in the world. It is also the largest lava tube on Jeju island. It is regarded as having significant scientific and heritage value, owing to its excellent condition of preservation despite its age of formation (about 300,000 to 200,000 years ago).
Geo-park
  • Tour Code : T-4 / T-9
  • Date/Time : 10th June(Tue) / 11th June(Wed) 09:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 46,000 / $ 45(USD)
Dragon Head Shore
Dragon Head Shore, situated at the bottom of Mount Sanbang, was named so because it resembles a dragon jumping into the ocean with its head high. As the area was formed of underwater volcanic explosions, there are a number of great sights such as Haesikgul, and Dolgae holes. This was designated as a global geopark by UNESCO.
O’sulloc Green Tea Museum
The o’sulloc Museum teaches visitors about Korea’s traditional tea culture. The entire building takes the shape of a green tea cup. It seeks to harmonize the cultures of the West and East, and past traditions with the modern world. At the O’sulloc Museum, not only can visitors enjoy unique o’sulloc teas, but they can relax next to the lotus pond in the indoor garden. The second floor of the building has an observatory, so visitors can enjoy the views of the nearby green tea fields and the surrounding landscape.
Jeoji Art Village
This is a typical mid-slope Jeju village that displays the strong native traits of Jeju people who reclaimed unused lands in spite of geographical adversities. Jeoji Pot-Planting Art Center is a world renowned attraction and many tourists praise the Art Center for its rare, beautiful pottery.
Suwol Peak
Suwol-bong is the island's western most spot. As such, it provides an excellent view of sunsets. Locals say that on a clear day you can see China. However, the days just never seem to be quite clear enough when tourists are around. On a good day you can also get a good view of Halla-san and Sanbang-san.
Volcano
  • Tour Code : T-10 / T-14
  • Date/Time : 11th June(Wed) / 12th June(Thu) 09:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 46,000 / $ 45(USD)
Dragon eyes Oreum (Yongnuni Oreum)
Yongnuni Oreum is a parasitic volcano almost 250 meters in height. Various craters and lava hills mingle together, and the front side of the mountain shows picturesque landscapes, typical in Jeju oreums with an abundance of lush grass.
The name, Yongnuni Oreum, is derived from the fact that the mountain looks like the shape of a dragon lying down. The large crater in the middle of the hill looks like a place where a dragon used to lay. Some people have argued that the name comes from the crater looking like a dragon's eye when seen from the air.
Jeju Stone Park
Jeju Stone Park is an ecological and cultural park that displays the history of stone culture pivotal to the history and culture of Jeju Island.
Following the exhibition pathway, visitors will find stone sculptures such as Grandmother Seolmundae and Five Hundred Generals and traditional local thatched-roof houses amidst the forest.
Jeolmul Natural Forest Resort
This thick forest is preserved for the welfare of the public by providing a place for relaxation and recreation. Enjoy a stroll in the woods that will re-energize your mind and body. This family-oriented resort has an observation tower, well-kept walking paths, outdoor fitness equipment, a playground, and wide grassy fields.
Daheeyeon (Green Tea Theme Park)
This is the grand green tea theme park. They have beautiful walks among the green teas, and you can have good food & beverages in the restaurant. There is a cave café serving tasty beverages made with green teas as well.

Half-day Tour

Trekking
  • Tour Code : T-2
  • Date/Time : 9th June(Mon) 13:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 33,000 / $ 30(USD)
Dragon Head Shore
Dragon Head Shore, situated at the bottom of Mount Sanbang, was named so because it resembles a dragon jumping into the ocean with its head high. As the area was formed out if underwater volcanic explosions, there are a number of great sights such as Haesikgul, and Dolgae holes.
Mt. Songak
Mt. Songak is a simple volcano on Jeju Island which has double craters and a parasitic volcano. Crater 1 is about 500 m in diameter, 1.7 km in circumference. Crater 2, the mouth of the volcano in Crater 1, is about 400 m in diameter, 69 m in depth and leans vertically.
From Sanyisu-dong to the summit and ridge of Mt. Songak there are various trails along the coast and on the volcano. Mt. Songak is one part of olle road route 10.[1] Mt. Songak makes a shore cliff to the south, and the south part of crater forms a low and flat grassland in front of which lie slopes. Black and red volcanic ash still remain inside the crater.
Free time
Available sites ; Cafes, Restaurants, Mt. Sanbang etc.
Natural Dying & Riding
  • Tour Code : T-3
  • Date/Time : 9th June(Mon) 13:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 86,000 / $ 85(USD)
Natural Dyeing - Inchul Land
An activity program of dyeing clothes is using natural dyes and oriental herbs. Participants can pick the colors of the dyes, then rub and rinse the cloth in colored water. You will get these self-made souvenirs, and then get to keep them as a memory of Jeju Island.
Seongeup Folk Village
Located at the foot of Mt. Halla on Jeju Island, Seongeup Folk Village is a small town that holds a vast amount of culture.
Cultural properties in the folk village have been handed down from generation to generation, and include treasures such as residential houses, Confucian shrines and schools, ancient government offices, stone statues, large millstones (pulled by horses or ox), fortress ruins, and stone monuments. Among the cultural gems of the folk village are intangible cultural assets such as folk plays, native foods, local folk craftsmanship, and local dialect.
Horse Riding
The fantastic island, Jeju, is surrounded by green all around. Among all other attractions, Jeju is best known for its small horses. Ride the grassland along with Mother Nature on horseback. Take in the panoramic views and refreshing breeze galloping along the hills.
Seongsan Sunrise Peak
  • Tour Code : T-5
  • Date/Time : 10th June(Tue) 13:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 35,000 / $ 35(USD)
Seongsan Sunrise Peak
Seongsan Sunrise Peak rose from under the sea in a volcanic eruption over 100,000 years ago. Located on the eastern end of Jejudo Island, there is a huge crater at the top measuring 600m in diameter and 90m in height. 99 sharp rocks poetically surround the crater of Seongsan Sunrise Peak.
Jeju Folk Village Museum
Opened in 1964, Jeju Folk Village Museum is the island’s main tourist attraction where customs of the old days can be explored. About 3,000 pieces of rare folk artifacts are on display here. Do not miss out on the fun of looking at exhibits that show Jeju’s unique living culture, such as everyday tools and implements for the ceremonies of coming-of-age, marriage, funeral and ancestor worship, plus 100 traditional houses and market places.
Temple Experience
  • Tour Code : T-6
  • Date/Time : 10th June(Tue) 13:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 63,000 / $ 60(USD)
Yakcheon Temple Experience
Yakcheonsa Buddhist Temple located on the South side of the island is said to be the largest Buddhist temple in Asia. Its large main hall displays fine pieces of temple art showcasing the Buddha in its many forms. Yakcheonsa Temple runs a basic temple stay program focused on *Buddhist service and *Seon meditation, temple practice, temple culture and Jeju ecology.
Volcanic Soil & Stone
  • Tour Code : T-11
  • Date/Time : 11th June(Wed) 13:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 35,000 / $ 35(USD)
Jeju Stone Park
Jeju Stone Park is an ecological and cultural park that displays the history of stone culture pivotal to the history and culture of Jeju Island. Following the exhibition pathway, visitors will find stone sculptures such as Grandmother Seolmundae and Five Hundred Generals and traditional local thatched-roof houses amidst the forest.
Saryeoni forest Trekking road
Saryeoni is also called Salani or Solani, and “sal” or “sol” here means “holiness.” Therefore, Saryeoni means a holy spot. Saryeoni Forest Road placed at the 500 to 600 meter-high spot is a smooth walkway without any steep slopes, and even elderly people can walk easily along the forest road.
Pottery Making
  • Tour Code : T-12
  • Date/Time : 11th June(Wed) 13:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 68,000 / $ 65(USD)
Pottery Making at Ilchul Land
In a ceramic arts experience area of Inclul Land Themed Park, visitors can make pottery by themselves.
A potter will show them how to make pottery and help them to make their piece better. Visitors can learn how to make mixed clay and how to use the potter’s wheel.
Through this experience, visitors can learn the basic ceramic art techniques and appreciate the wisdom of Korean ancestors. They will also feel the true value of nature by feeling the soil.
Jeju Folk Village Museum
Opened in 1964, Jeju Folk Village Museum is the island’s main tourist attraction where customs of the old days can be explored. About 3,000 pieces of rare folk artifacts are on display here. Do not miss out on the fun of looking at exhibits that show Jeju’s unique living culture, such as everyday tools and implements for the ceremonies of coming-of-age, marriage, funeral and ancestor worship, plus 100 traditional houses and market places.
Botanical Garden Tour
  • Tour Code : T-16
  • Date/Time : 12th June(Thu)
  • Price : KRW 35,000 / $ 35(USD)
Hallim Park
Hallim Park is strongly scented with exotic sentiment. The plants are divided into 16 sectors including the Tropical Botanical Garden, Washingtonia Palm Garden, Foliage Plant Garden, Palm Tree Garden, and Kiwi Fruit Garden. The most famous tourist sites in Hallim Park are Hyeopjae Cave and Ssangyong Cave. In addition, a folk village, children's amusement park, and outdoor resort facilities make it a place enjoyable for both children and adults.
Hyeopjae/ Geumneung Beach
Hyeopjae Beach is one of the most popular places that many people visit in summer. The water is relatively shallow, but you should be careful not to float away into the deep ocean as there are many spots that are deeper. The white sand beach has extra fine sand mixed with shells that glitters, with silver and the emerald-colored water is crystal clear. Geumneung Beach is right next to Hyeopjae Beach. It is smaller than Hyeopjae Beach and not as well known, but the endless white sand beach is beautiful, and ideal for strolling along.
O’sulloc Green Tea Museum
The o’sulloc Museum, located on Jeju-do Island near Seogwangdawon, teaches visitors about Korea’s traditional tea culture.
The entire building takes the shape of a green tea cup. It seeks to harmonize the cultures of the West and East, and past traditions with the modern world.
At the O’sulloc Museum, not only can visitors enjoy unique o’sulloc teas, but they can relax next to the lotus pond in the indoor garden. The second floor of the building has an observatory, so visitors can enjoy the views of the nearby green tea fields and the surrounding landscape.
Kimchi
  • Tour Code : T-17
  • Date/Time : 12th June(Thu) 13:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 43,000 / $ 40(USD)
Making Kimchi
This course starts with a general overview of kimchi followed by kimchi preparation and the sampling. About an hour in the length, after you’ve finished preparing and seasoning your kimchi, you’ll get to reward yourself by sampling this delicacy along with some rice and tasty steamed pork.
Farm Experience
You can enjoy the experience of feeding sheep in the Meongdoam Farm Village, which is very famous for that farming experience.
Seogwipo City Tour
  • Tour Code : T-19
  • Date/Time : 13th June(Fri) 13:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 40,000 / $ 40(USD)
Cheonjiyeon Waterfall
Cheonjiyeon waterfall is one of the main tourist sites on Jeju Island. The waterfall is fed by a spring and falls into a pond. The waterfall is situated along a paved pathway which is about 5 minutes walk from the car park. The walk follows the river through green trees. Along the way there you pass by two small damns which are used to control the water level in the pond at the base of Cheonjiyeon Waterfall.
Seogwipo Pleasure Boat
Seogwipo Pleasure Boat offers dazzling scenery on the coastal lines and islands around Seogwipo Port in Jeju. Famous for its scenery worldwide, it has been a definite tour course for international dignitaries and tourists visiting Jeju.
Seogwipo Utopia road ~ Maeil Olle Market
Seogwipo Maeil Olle Market has been running for the past 33 years. A pleasant atmosphere here is created by the predominantly female stallholders. The market is popular with both locals and tourists. To provide a pleasant shopping experience for visitors, the market is covered with rubber paved floors.
There is also the Lee Jung Seob Art Gallery near by the market. To honor his great artworks, this museum was built in 1995 at the center of the so-called "Lee Jung-Seob's Art Street" (a part of Olle Route 6) in Seowipo, Jeju. His artworks are geographically significant in that some of the greatest paintings in the history of modern Korean art were done by him during his stay at Seogwipo.
Green Tea
  • Tour Code : T-20
  • Date/Time : 13th June(Fri) 13:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 45,000 / $ 45(USD)
Daheeyeon (Green Tea Theme Park)
This is the grand green tea theme park. They have beautiful walks among the green teas, and you can have good food & beverages in the restaurant. There is a cave café serving tasty beverages made with green teas as well.
You will be able to experience a Korean tea ceremony where you will be served in accordance with traditional etiquette. Savor this very special tea in the beauty of the nature of the park.
Yacht
  • Tour Code : T-21
  • Date/Time : 13th June(Fri) 13:30~18:00
  • Price : KRW 75,000 / $ 75(USD)
ShangRi-La Yacht Tour
Tourists can see Jusangjeolidae (a colony of hexagonal columns), Jeju’s best coastal scenery and experience deep-sea fishing. They can drink wine or tea, listening to music and take a rest in one of the yacht’s bedrooms. Tourists can eat eat fresh-caught fish and take photos. Tourists can spend a happy time on this happy course.
Yakcheon Temple
Yakcheonsa Buddhist Temple located on the South side of the island is said to be the largest Buddhist temple in Asia. Its large main hall displays fine pieces of temple art showcasing the Buddha in its many forms.
Jeongbang Water Falls
Jeongbang is the only water fall in Asia that falls directly into the ocean. On the wall of the water fall, there is an inscription written “Seobulgwacha”, referring to Seobul passing by this place. Seobul was a servant of the Chinese Emperor Jin (BC 259~210) who was ordered by the Emperor to find the substance that would make him immortal. Jeongbang Waterfall is situated by a high cliff by the sea, and an old evergreen stands there leaning back as if it would fall into the ocean. Go east for about 300 meters and you will see another waterfall called Sojeongbang Waterfall. It is a great place to relax during the summer. There is an observatory at the top of the cliff which commands a fine view of the sea.

City Night Tour

  • Tour Code : T-7
  • Date/Time : 10th June(Tue) 19:00~22:00
  • Price : KRW 33,000 / $ 30(USD)
Seogwipo Maeil Olle Night Market
At the heart of the walking trend in Korea is the Jeju Olle path. The Olle path-walking craze has improved business for this traditional market in Jeju and even resulted in its changing its name. Initially held every five days from 1965, the market has turned into a regular market named Seogwipo Maeil Olle Market. The emergence of large-scale marts and modernized distribution chains had taken away customers, but the popularity of the Olle path and the arrival of those wanting to walk on this natural road has revitalized the market.
Located in the downtown of Seogwipo, the market is located on Jeju Olle route 6. A leisurely walk inside the market offers an Olle experience to people’s daily lives
Saeyeon Bridge
Saeyeon Bridge is a massive structure that towers over the harbor’s boats and administrative buildings. The bridge, opened in 2009, connects the harbor to beautiful Saesom (Bird) Island

Sunrise Tour

  • Tour Code : T-15
  • Date/Time : 12th June(Thu) 04:00~08:00
  • Price : KRW 35,000 / $ 35(USD)
Seongsan Sunrise Peak
Seongsan Sunrise Peak rose from under the sea in a volcanic eruption over 100,000 years ago. Located on the eastern end of Jejudo Island, there is a huge crater at the top of Seongsan Sunrise Peak. The crater is about 600m in diameter and 90m high with the 99 sharp rocks surrounding the crater.

※ The source of photo: Korea Tourism Organization, Jeju Tourism Organization