Ganghwa Island Private Tour
This is the tour where you can see all of Ganghwado Island, a suburb of Seoul where history and tradition live, so please join us!
What to Expect
A place where you can see through a telescope the real life of North Korean land and residents across the sea
The Sochang Experience Hall is a hanok building built in 1938 and is a diverse life culture experience space where you can see the history of the Ganghwa Textile Industry at a glance and enjoy various experiences.
The building of the largest textile company in Korea, built in 1933, was renovated in 2018 and reborn as an art museum and café.
Recently, it has been spotlighted as a hot place in Ganghwa Island.
Pick up at your hotel in Seoul
Arrive at DMZ village in Ganghwa island
-You must bring your ID to enter the Civilian Control Zone
Visit the Sochang experience hall
-Lunch is included
Foot bath experience
Arrive at your hotel
-hotel pick-up and drop-off service
-Round trip vehicle,
-English,Japanese or Chinese speaking guide, tips
*How to Pay for Trips
1.You can use ATM machines to wire payments directly from your bank account to Adventure Korea’s account, which is Shinhan Bank account no: 140-011-581081 under the name of (주)더에이케이트래블.
2.Otherwise, you can visit any bank in Korea and have a teller wire the funds on your behalf
3.You also can pay into our paypal account below
4.You must sign up at least 5 days before the trip departure date and mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for sign up and provide all the information below
-Full name(which is shown on the passport),
-Language (English, Chinese, Japanese)
-Pick up site
5 days before the trip: Full refund (120 hours from departure time)
3 days before the trip: 50% refund (72 hours from the departure time)
0% refund (72 hours or less from the departure time)
Pick up site
07:30am Pick up at Hongik University subway station (Exit 8), in front of STARBUCKS
08:00am Pickup at Myeongdong subway station (Exit 4), in front of McDonalds
ADVENTURE KOREA DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY
By signing up and participating in any of the trips offered by Adventure Korea, the PARTICIPANT acknowledges and agrees that the activities offered by Adventure Korea are in general adventure sports/activities in nature, and therefore are generally risky activities which may involve potential and unforeseeable risks of harm, which could include death or serious personal injury. The PARTICIPANT voluntarily and expressly assumes these risks and is fully responsible for his/her participation and actions in the activities at issue, and agrees that Adventure Korea or any of its officers, employees, guides, and representatives shall not be responsible for or be obligated to provide any financial assistance or any other assistance whatsoever in the event of injury, illness, death or property damage relating to or arising out of the Activities at issue.