2-Day Mt.Naejang and Jeonju Hanok village
Day 1 Seoul - Mt. Naejang - Jeongeup / Overnight in Jeongeup
Mt. Naejangsan National Park
Naejangsan National Park is located in the southestern part of South Korea. The national park encompasses an area of 31 square miles (81 sq km) making it the 7th smallest of the country's national parks.
The park is renowned for the strikingly beautiful fall foliage that blankets the area around the mountain. The spring brings captivating colors with the blossoms of the cherry trees and the azalea bushes. This park is one of the most popular destinations because of the abundance of colors on display.
Day 2 Jeongeup - Baekyangsa Temple - Jeonju Hanok village - Seoul
During your morning tour, you'll have the chance to visit Baekyangsa Temple, a stunning example of architecture from the Baekje Dynasty dating back to the 7th century. Located within the breathtaking Mt. Naejangsan National Park, the temple boasts a stunning landscape with picturesque valleys and mountains on either side. One of the best times to visit is during the fall when the vibrant red maple leaves create a stunning contrast against the natural surroundings.
As you walk along the wood path lined with white oaks and maple trees, you'll soon reach the entrance of Baekyangsa Temple. One of the first things you'll notice is the awe-inspiring Ssanggyeru, which shimmers beautifully in the pond. Take a moment to appreciate this breathtaking view before moving on to the next stop on your tour - the Jeonju Hanok village.
The city of Jeonju is a wonderful example of ancient Korea, and the Hanok Maeul (Village) around Pungnam-dong and Gyo-dong is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in the country's rich history. Here, you'll find over 700 Hanoks, each of which has retained the shape and frame of the traditional Korean house. Built during the Japanese colonial period as a symbol of protest against Japanese merchants coming to Jeonju, the village offers plenty of attractions and points of interest for those looking to learn more about Korea.
Jeonju Hanok Village
Jeonju Hanok Village has 700 traditional Korean houses, with many still home to locals today. The Hanok Village is a popular tourist attraction in Korea.This traditional village with pretty cafes and restaurants makes it the perfect day trip location for those who love the Korean history and culture, and delicious Korean food.
Number of Guest / Price per Person
- 2Persons / USD670
- 3Persons / USD508
- 4Persons / USD432
- 5Persons / USD364
- 6Persons / USD337
- 7Persons / Inquiry
- 2days Private tour
- All Entrance Fees
- Local English-speaking guide
- Roundtrip transfer service with a private vehicle
- Accommodation 1 night (3,4-star Hotel with Breakfast) Double or Twin or Triple room based
- Lunch (-2 times)
- Personal expense
- Travel insurance
* Please wear comfortable shoes
* The cost of the tour can vary based on several factors, such as the type of accommodation (such as the level of the hotel), the length of the tour, the number of days you want to spend with a private guide, and the season in which you plan to travel.
If you'd like to receive an accurate quote, please feel free to contact us. Our tour consultants will work with you to create a customized plan that fits your specific preferences and budget. We'll provide you with a detailed breakdown of the costs involved and answer any questions you may have.