Icheon Ceramics Village and Pottery Making Program
Wonderful All Day
Icheon Ceramics Village is one of the largest ceramics villages in Korea where some 250 kilns are gathered. Not only can you purchase ceramics but make them yourself. World Ceramic Biennale Korea is held mainly at Icheon World Ceramic Center.
From Seoul to Icheon - 1 hr. and 30min. by bus.
Two Days Historical Exploration
Gyeongju was the capital of the Silla Kingdom for a thousand years, and the valley in which it is situated has a great concentration of historical buildings, temples and artifacts. After Silla unified the peninsula in A.D. 676, the city developed into one of the world's major cultural centers. The area is called a "museum without walls" because of the wealth of historical buildings and treasures
From Seoul to Gyeongju - 4 hrs. and 30 min. by train (Saemaeulho); 4 hrs. and 15 min. by bus.
Exciting Three Day Excursion
Jeju-do, or Jeju Island is one of the nine provinces of Korea and it is only an hour's flight south of Seoul. It boasts a plethora of tourist resources of insular environment and unique culture and tradition, tracing far back to the ancient Tamna Tribal State. Several small oreum parasitic volcanoes surround Mt. Hallasan, an extinct volcano at the center of the island, which offers bountiful sightseeing options. There is always something wonderful just over the next oreum. The lava landscape, blending odd-shaped rocks and caves, ponds, volcanic humps and craters, and dry lands and great fields of grass, is dotted with diverse and rare floral and fauna species. Jeju island also has natural surprises to discover along the shorelines. An explorer will encounter a fantastic bluff with a waterfall dashing down to the beach, sometimes a long stretch of silver sandy beach, floating isles where the sea touches woolly clouds on the horizon.