- Choose a date, meeting point, number of people.
- Make a payment. You can pay with all major international credit or debit card and Paypal.
- Check your email voucher (spam box, too)
- Meet the tour staff and show your email voucher.
- Entrance ticket
- Breakfast (Bread or Gimbap) and a bottle of water
- English & Chinese speaking staff
- Travel insurance
|6:00am||Depart from Hongik Univ. Station Exit 4|
|6:30am||Depart from Myeongdong Station Exit 2|
|6:40am||Depart from Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station Exit 10|
|9:10am||Arrive at Woljeongsa Temple Ticket box|
|9:20~10:20am||Fir Trees Road (Korean drama Goblin film site)|
|10:20~12:00pm||Woljeongsa Temple and Free time|
|12:10pm||Leave for Rest Area for Lunch|
|12:40pm||Arrive at Pyeongchang Rest Area|
|1:20pm||Leave for Seoul|
|3:20pm||Arrive at Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station|
|3:30pm||Arrive at Myeongdong Station|
|4:00pm||Arrive at Hongik Univ. Station|
- This schedule is for reference only and is subject to traffic conditions of the day.
- Follow the staff’s instruction and meet back at each designated time. The bus leaves strictly on time and will not wait for you.
- Being late or not showing up at the Meeting Point at Meeting Time is considered cancellation and NO REFUND is granted.
- Tour operates per normal even if it rains or snows.
- 3 days before the tour date: 100% refund
- 2 days before the tour date: Non-refundable
|Odaesan National Park
Odaesan Mountain is located in the central and eastern part of Gangwon-do. The mountain was designated a national park in February 1975, including an area of 298.5㎢ centered on the highest peak, Birobong Peak (1,563m). Other peaks include Horyeongbong, Sangwangbong, Dongdaesan, and Durobong.
Woljeongsa Temple is located in a forested valley east of Odaesan Mountain, and is in charge of over 60 temples and 8 monasteries in the area. Woljeongsa Temple was established by Monk Ja Jang (590-658). Woljeongsa Temple is also the site of Seongbo Museum, displaying artifacts and treasures from Buddhist culture of the Goryeo Dynasty (918-1392), including a nine-story octagonal pagoda, also called as the Sari-Pagoda (relic pagoda), and a Stone Seated Buddha figure. Also there is the Jeokmyeolbogung where Buddha’s bones are said to be preserved, and the large sermon hall Jeokgwangjeon Pavilion. Usually in a Jeokgwangjeon Pavilion the Vairocana figure is enshrined, but it is interesting that the Sakyamuni figure is enshrined at Jeokgwangjeon Pavilion at Woljeong temple. Woljeongsa Temple of today was restored after many buildings burned down during the Korean War.