Up for some outdoor adventures? On this tour you can experience a unique railroad-biking, visit a fairy-tale village of Petite France and spend a relaxing afternoon on the tranquil Nami Island without getting too far away from Seoul.
Why this package?
Depart from Hongik University Station, Exit 4 *near construction site
Depart from Myeongdong Station, Exit 2
Depart from Dongdaemun History and Culture Park Station, Exit 10 (in front of aPM Place)
Enjoy your bike journey through the hills, valleys and mountains of the beautiful Gangwon-do province!
Depart for Nami Island
Arrive at and have some free exploration time of the serene Nami Island. Do not forget to grab some lunch at the famous Chuncheon Dakgalbi restaurants located nearby!
Depart for Petite France. Please take the ferry back to the parking lot at least 20 minutes before departure.
Stroll the narrow winding streets of Petite France - do not forget to check out the splendid vistas opening from the village's observation decks!
Depart back to Seoul
Arrive at Dongdaemun History and Culture Park Station
Arrive at Myeongdong Station
Arrive at Hongik University Station
"Purifying the human mind through the unification of nature and culture" Nami Island is one of the most frequented tourist destinations in Korea and the most popular destination for foreign visitors. Despite its recent commercialization, Nami Island still retains its scenic charm and warmly welcomes everyone to the Naminara Republic. "Winter Sonata" (2002), the popular Korean television series that kick-started the spread of Korean pop culture, captures the journey of young love with its most memorable scenes located throughout Nami Island. The island’s scenic backdrop with bright leafy tree-lined paths and pristine snow-covered branches contributed to the blooming romance on screen and the popularity of this island. Fans will be pleased to find odes to this drama scattered throughout the island such as a statue of its stars, Bae Yong-joon and Choi Ji-woo, and those who haven’t watched it can see what the buzz is about with the displayed photos of its famous scenes. Less than two hours from Seoul, it’s a day trip worth taking to experience Korea’s natural landscape in all seasons.