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Private Tour of Junam Wetlands and Haeinsa Temple
"Upon pickup from your hotel depart by air-conditioned private vehicle for Junam Wetlands Park. Relax during the 2-hour drive west of Busan to Changwon City. Your knowledgeable private guide prepares you for the exciting day ahead with information about the sites. When you reach hop out of your minivan for a big dose of nature as you explore on foot with your guide. A common place to study birdlife Junam Wetlands is home to thousands of winter waterfowl — including the white-naped crane spoonbill baikal teal bean goose and mallard — and summer birds such as the Chinese oriole
From $130.00
Junam Wetlands and Haeinsa Temple Tour
"After you’re picked up from your hotel in Busan relax aboard a comfortable coach during the 2-hour drive west to Changwon City. Then continue to nearby Junam Wetlands Park a 705-acre (285-hectare) habitat for thousands of winter waterfowl — including the white-naped crane spoonbill baikal teal bean goose and mallard — and summer birds such as the Chinese oriole great leed warbler
From $175.00
Suwon Hwaseong Fortress Half-Day Small-Group Tour from Seoul
"Anyone who is interested in the history should not miss this tour. First go to Hwaseong Fortress which is an impressive structure from the latter part of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) and the official fortress of Suwon-si Gyeonggi-do. The fortress was designated as Historical Monument No. 3 in January 1963 and in December 1997 it was designated a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. Hwaseong Trolley Next ride a trolley that travels between Mt. Paldalsan and Yeonmudae. The front of the trolley is shaped like a powerful dragon that signifies King Jeongjo and guest ride in cars resembling palanquins that once carried king during his excursions. ** the trolley may not be available during bad weather or due unpredictable situations on your tour day.** Hwaseong Haenggung Palace Visit a palace located outside of Seoul where the king used to stay when he traveled
From $70.00

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Saemanguem Art Hall

I saw the musical with my friends from Japan, China, Philippines, Turkey so on... It was really great time !! what i want to say is Non-verbal performance so we don't need to afraid to watching it ...
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Rafting with Kunsan's Outdoor Rec

Rafting daytrip. About $25 includes bus transportation to the rafting site and back to Kunsan Air Base. Includes some minor rafting instruction, shower house at the end of the raft trip, guides, and...
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Cherry Blossom Festival

This picture is a little dark and doesn't do justice to the scene at Eunpa Lake. During the Cherry Blossom festival there are a couple of locations that you should check out in Kunsan. One of them is...
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Buddhist Temple

I enjoy taking long walks in all the cities I visit, and in Kunsan City I visited this Buddhist Temple a few times. It's quiet and there's a pretty nice view of the Kunsan Harbor. To get there, uh, is...
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Eunpa Lake

Eunpa is a pretty big lake on the outskirts of town on the way to Kunsan University. Here you can rent paddle boats, rowboats, or even take a spin around the lake in a ski boat - no skiing or swimming...
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Wolmyeong Park

I've been told that Wolmyeong Park is the largest "city park" in Korea. Whether that is true or not, I can't say, but it is a pretty large park with great views of the city and surrounding...
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