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3-Day Jeju Island Tour

3-Day Jeju Island Tour - Jeju, South Korea
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Duration: 3 days
Location: Jeju, South Korea

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$506.41

Discover South Korea’s tropical beauty and traditional culture on a three-day escape to Jeju Island. With your friendly and expert local guide, explore the island’s natural highlights, from the Cheonjiyeon waterfall to Manjanggul Lava Tube and Sunrise Peak, and learn why Jeju is known as the Isle of the Gods ... More info ›

Discover South Korea’s tropical beauty and traditional culture on a three-day escape to Jeju Island. With your friendly and expert local guide, explore the island’s natural highlights, from the Cheonjiyeon waterfall to Manjanggul Lava Tube and Sunrise Peak, and learn why Jeju is known as the Isle of the Gods. Witness traditional Korean culture first-hand at a folk village, and tour the island’s parks, gardens and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

Please note: Your departure flight on Day 3 must be booked after 8pm.

Day 1: Jeju Island
Your guide will meet you at Jeju International Airport to start your tour. From the airport, enjoy the ride to your hotel, where the remainder of the day and evening are yours to spend at your own leisure.

Overnight: 4-star Jeju Hana Hotel on Jeju Island or similar

Day 2: Hyupjae Beach - Hallim Park – O'sulloc Green Tea Field - Mt.Sanbang Cruise – Cheonjeyeon Waterfall (B, L)
After breakfast, head off on a full-day coach tour of Jeju Island’s west coast. Your first stop is Hyupjae & Gumneung Beach. The white sand beach has extra find sand mixed with shells that glitters with silver and the emerald-colored water is crystal clear. Proceed to Hallim Park and O'sulloc Green Tea Field.

After having delicious lunch, you’ll get on Mt.Sanbang Cruise with picturesque ocean view of Mt.Sanbang, Brother Island, Hexagon Lava cliff and Dragon Coast which have been designated as Global Geoparks. (Visit Mt.Sanbang Brother Seashore Road or watch Play K-Pop performance at rainy day). Today's last destination is Teddy Bear Museum or Cheonjeyeon Waterfall (Choose one).

At the end of your west-coast tour you’ll be returned to your hotel for your evening’s accommodation.

Overnight: 4-star Jeju Hana Hotel on Jeju Island or similar

Day 3: Horseback Riding  Seongeup Folk Village – Seongsan Sunrise Peak – Manjanggul Lava Tube (B, L)
After breakfast at your hotel, start the day with horseback riding experience. (Watch Jeju Horse riding performance at rainy day) Proceed to the traditional world of the Seongeup Folk Village, where Korea’s traditional thatched houses, Confucian temple, mill, fortress and tombstones have been preserved. Here, you’ll also hear Jeju folk songs and other folk entertainment, sample local food and hear the local Jeju dialect.

After having lunch, you will watch Woman Diver Show (UNESCO Intangible Cultural Asset). Haenyeo refers to female divers who dive into the ocean water to gather various shellfish, seaweed, etc, without using any underwater diving equipment. When diving underwater, a haenyeo carries only a pair of goggles, a round-ball-like tube to keep her balance, and a basket to put her collections in.(Haenyeo Museum at rainy day)

Proceed to the spectacular crater of Seongsan Sunrise Peak, a Jeju symbol and UNESCO Natural Heritage Site. From the top of the island’s largest volcanic rock cone, you’ll be surrounded by the ocean and almost 100 similar rock peaks.

End your third day with a stop at the Manjanggul Lava Tube, one of the world’s finest lava tunnels and another UNESCO Natural Heritage Site. From here, you’ll be transferred to Jeju’s airport to catch your flight back to Seoul.

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Nanta Show Admission with Optional Private Transfer in Jeju

Nanta Show Admission with Optional Private Transfer in Jeju  - Jeju, South Korea
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Jeju, South Korea

From USD
$39.00

See kitchen knives, cutting boards and cooking utensils transformed into remarkable musical instruments at Nanta (also known as Cookin’). These tools help create the sound of ‘samulnori,’ or traditional Korean percussion quartet melodies, as four flustered cooks attempt to prepare an entire wedding banquet during the 1.5-hour comedy show ... More info ›

See kitchen knives, cutting boards and cooking utensils transformed into remarkable musical instruments at Nanta (also known as Cookin’). These tools help create the sound of ‘samulnori,’ or traditional Korean percussion quartet melodies, as four flustered cooks attempt to prepare an entire wedding banquet during the 1.5-hour comedy show. Upgrade to include VIP seating and/or a round-trip transfer from your Jeju hotel to Korea's longest-running show.

Nanta, a comically charged nonverbal performance, tells the story of cooks preparing an entire wedding banquet in just one hour. Buzzing with energy, this electrifying show — also known as Cookin’ — offers a humorous look at mishaps in the kitchen, using music and movement to transcend language.
If you’ve selected the transfer option, you’ll be picked up from your hotel in Jeju and taken to the theater in time for the show. Alternatively, you can make your own way to the venue. Once you arrive, settle into your seat for a dazzling, 90-minute musical performance that will leave you doubled over in laughter!
On stage, the four performers expertly wield all manner of kitchen equipment as percussive instruments, playing Korean quartet melodies called samulnori. Watch how they use kitchen knives and cutting boards as they attempt to create an entire wedding banquet before the show ends.
The show has received rave reviews since its 1997 premiere. Performed throughout the year at its theater in Seoul, Nanta is currently the longest running show in Korea. It’s also reached a wider audience: The show has toured the globe and even done a stint on New York’s Broadway.
The nonstop action and laughter are not to be missed. If you upgrade to VIP seats from the standard seats (category S), you’ll be closer to the stage and might even be called up to participate!

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