Social Program


     The tour fee per person is 70 USD which includes guide, transportation, lunch and admission fees.

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Tour 1) Daegu Palgongsan + Hapcheon Haeinsa

  • Donghwasa Temple

    Donghwasa Temple was built in A.D. 439. There is Koreas largest statue of Buddha (Buddha Statue for unification) which stands 33m high and 16.5m wide. There are also five treasures including three-story Geumdang-am stone pagodas.

  • Pagyesa Temple

    The thick forest and clean streams around the temple form a heavenly scene and make people feel as if they are in a world of Nirvana. The temple was founded in 804 AD (During the period of King Aejang of the Silla Kingdom). While the Buinsa Temple had relationships with Queen Seondeok, the Pagyesa Temple had special relationships with King Yeongjo of the Joseon Dynasty.

  • Gatbawi

    Gatbawi is well known for its effectiveness on people 's prayers. It is also well known for its attractive tracking course. Many people frequent the place.Gatbawi is a great stone Buddha with a stone hat on his head sitting on top of Gwanbong Peak, which is 850m high above sea level. Gwanbong Peak is the east end of the Palgongsan mountain ridges

  • Haeinsa Temple

    Haeinsa Temple is a thousand year old temple situated in a thick forest and a clean valley. 8 hermitages, including the Geojoam, Baekheungam, and Unbuam, are under the control of the Temple. Tripitaka Koreana, designated as a World Culture Heritage by the UNESCO, is kept in it.

  • Tour 2) Gyeongju

  • Bulguksa Temple

    Bulguksa Temple symbolizes the ideal land of Buddha on earth. Every hall and Buddha's image, as well as pagodas, stupas and decorations, all hold significance in representing the Pure Land of Buddha.

  • Seokguram Grotto

    Seokguram Grotto, constructed with stones, is a round-domed chamber and looks like an earth-covered cave. It is regarded as one of the world's masterpieces in Buddhist culture. The heavenly guardians and other statues surround the main Buddha statue in the center.

  • Gyeongju National Museum

    The museum shows the essence of the thousand year old Silla Dynasty's culture. It has about 100,000 treasures and relics, of which 3,000 are on exhibition for the public. Among them are the famous Divine Bell of King Seongdeok. Near the museum, there are Gyerim Forest, Cheomseongdae Observatory, and Daeneungwon Tomb Park.

  • Gyeongju Traditional Artifact Village

    Gyeongju Artifact Village is a complex where craftsmen in Gyeongju area work together to preserve and develop traditional artcraft. The village is composed of traditional roofed houses and 45 thatched houses.

  • Tour 3) Andong (Lunch and English guide will be provided by Andong city)

  • Hahoe Folk Village

    This village is occupied by the Pungsan Ryu Clan. Ryu Seongyong, a great scholar, was from this village. Yangjin-dang, a head house of Pungsan Ryu Clan, and Chunghyo-dang, the birth place of Ryu Seongyong, are remained.

  • Pungsan Hanji Korean Paper Factory

    Hanji, a traditional Korean paper, can be experienced. A whole process of making paper can be watched, and various programs using Hanji Korean paper are available for the visitors.

  • Performance) Mozart Opera Le nozze di Figaro by Teatro del Opera di Roma in Daegu

  • Cast of Characters:
       IlConte d'Almaviva: Gabriele Nani
       La Contessa Rosina: Sofia Mitropoulos
       Figaro: Elia Fabbian
       Susanna: Stefania Donzelli
       Cherubino: Suzana Savic
       Bartolo: Romano Franceschetto or michele Bianchin
       Marcellina: Tiziana Tramonti
       Don Basilio: Giuliano Di Filippo
       Antonio: Giuliano Serraiocco
       Don Curzio: Giuliano Di Filippo
  • Conductor: Paolo Olmi
  • Oct. 8 (Fri) 19:00

                     For the family participants, children are free of charges.
                 Some tour can be cancelled depending on the number of participants.