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  • You have to choose one of excursion courses (There are 5 courses) when you enroll in online conference registration.
    (You can reserve all excursion courses by using online registration system only. Additional reservations is not possible on-site.)
  • Cancellation : Please contact to secretariat (E-mail: [email protected]) when you want to cancel / revise your excursion in advance.
  • All courses are accompanied by an guide (explaining tour in English)
    * Course T1, C3 will be departure at 13:00
Course Place Date/Time
T-Course 1
* Max 30 persons, First-come, first-served basis
Wolsong Nuclear Power Plant (TRF)  April 24 / 13:00~18:00
T-Course 2 Korea Radioactive Waste Agency (KORAD) April 24 / 14:00~18:00

T1: Wolsong Nuclear Power Plant (TRF)

Wolsong Tritium Removal Facility(WTRF) is located in Wolsong Nuclear Power Complex in Gyeongju, North Gyeongsang Province. The facility consists of basement and five floors based on a design typical for industrial buildings, and is designed to have a 40-year life span. It was built from Jan.17, 2003 to Jun.30, 2007. The purpose of building is to reduce tritium emission of the environmental release and minimize tritium dose to the workers in all of Wolsong CANDU reactors. The building is divided into three major work areas (Operation, Service and Process Area). The process area is organized into separate ventilation environments, to define and isolate the area containing equipment with hydrogen from the rest of the building.
Limited to 30 attendees (first come first served basis). Only access is the control room due to a very strict control entering process area and a small space inside. To all attendees will be required to submit a copy of passport and personal information from the conference secretariat.

T2: Korea Radioactive Waste Agency (KORAD)

KORAD is located in eastern Gyeongju (adjacent to Wolsong NPP) and was established to safely and transparently manage radioactive wastes in 2009 as a quasi-governmental organization. KORAD has been constructing disposal facilities, phase by phase, in the Low & Intermediate Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Center for safe disposal with the total capacity of 800,000 drums in the area of 2,060,000m2. The activities of KORAD covers from transport, storage, treatment & disposal of radioactive wastes to operation & post-closure management. To all attendees will be required to submit a copy of passport and personal information from the conference secretariat.
C-Course 1

Yongkungsa Temple

Haedong YongkungsaTemple is situated on the coast of the north-eastern portion of Busan.
This superb attraction offers visitors the rare find of a temple along the shore line; most temples in Korea are located in the mountains. Haedong Yonggungsa Temple was first built in 1376 by the great Buddhist teacher known as Naong during the Goryeo Dynasty. Haesu Gwaneum Daebul (Seawater Great Goddess Buddha), Daeungjeon Main Sanctuary, Yongwangdang Shrine, Gulbeop Buddhist Sanctum (enclosed in a cave), and a three-story pagoda with four lions can all be seen looking out over the ocean.

UN Memorial Park

The UN Memorial Park in Korea honors UN soldiers from 16 countries and UN aids from five countries that were killed in battle during the Korean War from 1950-1953.
This serene park spreads across a grassy plain area of 135,000 square meters. Some notable sites and memorials include: Memorial Service Hall, Memorabilia Hall, two Turkish Monuments, Greek Monument, Australian Monument, British Common Wealth Monument and two ponds.

Oryukdo Skywalk

The regional name in olden times for the area of Oryukdo Skywalk was Seungdumal (승두말), as the shape resembles a saddle, and it was or iginally called Seungduma (승두마), as well as Jallokgae (잘록개) by residents and women divers.
C-Course 2

Yongdusan Park

Busan Tower is a symbol of Busan that stands proudly 69 m above sea level at a height of 120 m. The top of the tower is modeled after the baldaquin of Dabotap Pagoda in Bulguksa Temple, Gyeongju.

Jagalchi Market

Jagalchi Market, located on the shoreside road in Busan's Jung-gu, is Korea's largest seafood market, selling both live and dried fish. After the Korean War the market solidified itself as a fish market. Most of the people who sell fish are women, so the vendors here are called Jagalchi Ajumma, "ajumma" meaning middle-aged or married woman in Korean.

Oryukdo Skywalk

The regional name in olden times for the area of Oryukdo Skywalk was Seungdumal (승두말), as the shape resembles a saddle, and it was or iginally called Seungduma (승두마), as well as Jallokgae (잘록개) by residents and women divers.
C-Course 3

Geumjeong Sanseong Fortress Makgeolli (Rice Wine) Experience

Geumjeong Sanseong Makgeolli is manufactured in Geumjeongsan, where has a clean environment of 400m above sea level where the temperature and humidity suitable for brewing sake. You can feel the taste of the traditional rice wine as it is. To make delicate flavor and refreshing taste they use the natural nuruk fermented in a clean natural environment, 100% Domestic live rice, and the 250m ocean water. It is also the first rice wine in Korea, which is designated as the local traditional rice wine among the many rice wine in Korea.


Busan Tower is a symbol of Busan that stands proudly 69 m above sea level at a height of 120 m. The top of the tower is modeled after the baldaquin of Dabotap Pagoda in Bulguksa Temple, Gyeongju.

Optional Tour

Optional Tour Reservation Deadline: March 31, 2019

Minimum 10 people are necessary for tour take place

  • Your reservation must be guaranteed by your credit card information when applying.
  • Tour fees will be paid by credit card automatically as soon as the tour is confirmed with the minimum number of persons (10) for each tours.
  • Tours are subject to change or cancellation if the minimum number of participants (10) is not reached.
    In the case of cancellation, the travel agency will contact you individually.
  • Cancellation/Refund Policy: Cancellation must be made to Hanjin Travel in writing ([email protected]).
    After the tour confirmed, refund is not available. (100% penalty will be applied)
  • For any questions related with the tour in Korea, please contact to the following. Dennis Park (Mr.) Tel.+82-2-726-5543 / Fax.+82-2-778-2514 / Email: [email protected]


Date & Time

Price per person

Daily Option Tour

FD-1. Busan Highlight Tour

April 23, 25

KRW 130,000

FD-2. Beomeosa Temple Stay (2D&1N)

April 24-25

KRW 250,000

FD-3. Shilla Kingdom, Gyeongju

April 23, 25

KRW 150,000

Post-Congress Tour

PT-1. Seoul & DMZ (3D & 2N)

April 27-29

KRW 500,000

FD-1 Busan Highlight Tour (April 23, 25 / 09:00-17:00)

* Price includes a private bus, English-speaking guide, Lunch, Admissions as per itinerary

Taejondae Park

Taejondae Park is especially famous for its rock beach. Featuring its highest peak at 250 meters, there are forests of pine trees and other 200 varieties of trees. Taejongdae was named after the 29th king of Silla Dynasty BC57-AD 935), King TaeJong Mu-Yeol (604-661). King TaeJong had traveled to many places but this was the place he enjoyed shooting arrows.

Jagalchi Fish Market

Jagalchi Fish Market represents Busan and is famous throughout the country. If you visit you can eat fresh raw fish right at the market. Even these days you can see women selling mackerel, sea squirts (ascidians) and whale meat on wooden boxes along the road.

Biff Square

Busan’s modern movie district was originally little more than a pair of cinemas that were built following Korea’s liberation from Japanese colonial rule over half a century ago. However, major renovations took place ahead of the first Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) in 1996, and the newly transformed district was named BIFF Square on August 14, 1996.

Busan Tower in Yongdusan Park

Busan Tower in Yongdusan Park is a popular landmark of Busan. At the top is an observatory (designed after the baldaquin of Dabotap Pagoda in Bulguksa Temple) where the ehtire city of Busan can be seen, Moreover, there are several rest areas as well as musical instrument museum and a cultural relic exhibit hall in the vicinity of Busan Tower.

Busan Cinema Center

Busan Cinema Center is an official venue of the Busan International Film Festival (BIFF) –one of the most popular film festivals in Asia—and has become a symbol of the festival itself. From an architectural perspective, the center is a historic work that embodies the theories of deconstructs while exhibiting a sense of formative beauty.

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FD-2 Beomeosa Temple Stay (April 24 – 25, 2days & 1night)

* Price includes a private bus, English-speaking guide, Admission, Meals (Dinner, Breakfast at temple)

Day1) Meet at Haeundae Grand Hotel – Move to Beomeosa Temple – Temple Stay Program
Day2) Temple Stay Program – Back to Haeundae Grand Hotel

Beomeosa Temple * preparation items: toiletries, towels, spare suits, socks

Beomeosa Temple, located in Geumjeongsan Mountain in Busan, is one of the three major temples in Korea, together with Haeinsa and Tongdosa. Up until today, the passion of practitioners of this temple continues, a passion that did not waver even during the war.
The temple stay program: Centering on chamseon (Zen meditation), the experience program includes yebul, 108 prostrations, and dado (tea ceremony). With the relaxation program, you may choose to take chamseon (Zen meditation) or have conversation with a monk over a cup of tea.

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FD-3 Shilla Kingdom, Gyeongju(April 23, 25 / 08:30-17:00)

* Price includes a private bus, English-speaking guide, Lunch, Admissions as per itinerary

Cheomseongdae Observatory

Cheomseongdae Observatory is the oldest existing astronomical observatory in Asia. Constructed during the reign of Queen Seon-deok (632-647), it was used for observing the stars in order to forecast the weather. This stone structure is a beautiful combination of straight lines and curves, and was designated as National Treasure No.31 on December 20th, 1962.

Daereungwon Tomb Complex (Cheonmachong Tomb)

Daereungwon Tomb Complex (Cheonmachong Tomb) - Large ancient tombs of kings and noblemen of the Silla Dynasty can be seen around Gyeongju at the Daereungwon Tomb Complex (Cheonmachong Tomb). There are twenty-three large tombs located here; the most famous being Cheonmachong and Hwangnamdaechong. In an excavation of the area in the 1970's, Cheonmachong was discovered with a painting of mounted horse. This painting is the only discovered painting from the Silla Era. You can also view the inside of Cheonmachong.

Bulguksa Temple

Bulguksa Temple is the representative relic of Gyeongju and was designated as a World Cultural Asset by UNESCO in 1995. The beauty of the temple itself and the artistic touch of the stone relics are known throughout the world.

Seokguram Grotto

Seokguram Grotto is the representative stone temple of Korea. Seokguram is known to have been built with Bulguksa Temple. According to the history book Samgukyusa of the Goryeo Dynasty (the country that unified the Korean peninsula at the end of the Silla Dynasty, 918~1392), Kim Dae-Seong had built Bulguksa for the parents who were alive, and Seokguram for the parents of his former life. Seokguram is an artificial stone temple made of granite, and is located on the eastern peak of Mt. Toham. Inside the round-shaped main hall, there are the Bonjon Statue, Bodhi-sattva and his disciples.

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PT-1 Seoul & DMZ (April 27-29, 3days & 2night)

* Price includes 4-star Hotel (2person sharing 1 room), meals as marked on the itinerary, private bus, Bullet train ‘KTX’ from Busan to Seoul, English-speaking guide, Admissions as per itinerary.



April 27 (Sat)

Meet a guide at BEXCO (09:00) – Move to Busan Station – Leave for Seoul by KTX (10:00-12:40) – Gyeongbokgung Palace – Bukchon Hanok Village – Move to hotel & C/IN (17:30)

April 28 (Sun)

Meet a guide at hotel lobby (08:00) – Move to Imjingak (1H) – DMZ: The 3rd Tunnel, Dora Observatory, Freedom Bridge – Namdaemun Marekt - Myeongdong – Back to hotel (17:30)

April 29 (Mon)

Transfer to Incheon airport by yourself

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Gyeongbokgung Palace - the largest of the five palaces constructed by the Joseon Dynasty. Joseon lasted for 500 years and laid the foundation for major aspects of Korean culture and identity, including the entrenchment of Confucian ideals and doctrines in Korean society, and the importation and adaptation of Chinese culture. Originally built in 1394, Gyeongbokgung translates as “Palace Greatly Blessed by Heaven,” and it is an intense source of pride for Koreans, who have seen it ruined and rebuilt throughout the centuries, most recently during Japanese occupation in the early 20th century. The current restoration project, whose aim is to return to palace to its 19th-century expansiveness, is about half complete now.

Bukchon Hanok Village

Surrounded by Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace and Jongmyo Shrine, Bukchon Hanok Village is home to hundreds of traditional houses called 'hanok' that date back to the Joseon Dynasty. The name, 'Bukchon,' which literally translates to 'northern village,' came about as the neighborhoods that the village covers lie to the north of the two significant Seoul landmarks, Cheonggyecheon Stream and Jongno.

The 3rd Tunnel

The 3rd Tunnel was discovered in 1978 by Korean forces. It spans over 1635m in length, 2m in width, and 2m in height and is located 52km from Seoul. It is estimated that approximately 30,000 soldiers could move through the tunnel per hour. Once the tunnel was found, North Koreans insisted it was intentionally made by us to invade North Korea, but, their insistence was proven untrue as the explosions used to make the tunnel face southward.

Dora Observatory

Situated in Paju and at the northernmost point of the Military Demarcation Line of the Western Front, the Dora Observatory replaced the previous Songaksan Observation Post which was closed. From the observatory, visitors can overlook North Korea and its various locations including Gaeseong, Songaksan, Kim Il-Sung Statue, and Cooperation Farm.

Namdaemun Marekt

Opened in 1964, the Namdaemun Market is the largest traditional market in Korea with various goods in store. All products are sold at affordable prices and the stores in this area also function as a wholesale market.


Myeongdong is one of the busiest places in Seoul and is among Korea’s premier shopping destinations. Over 1 million shoppers pass through this area each and every day. Located in the heart of Seoul, Myeong-dong market has been a witness to Korea’s tumultuous modern-day history as a center of city politics, economy, and culture. To international visitors, Myeong-dong is a stunning shopping district with countless shops and restaurants. Its wild popularity has led to similar shopping districts springing up all across the country.

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