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  • Please feel free to contact us if you have any inquiries regarding excursion program
  • Excursion Reservation should be made by August 15, 2014
  • Limited numbers of space are available for each course (first-come, first-served basis)
Course-1 : Gongju Tour
Date / Time Aug. 21, 2014 (Thu.) / 14:00~19:30
Price KRW 50,000 (Min. 50 Persons)
Itinerary DCC ⇒ Gyeryongsan Mountain Potters' Village ⇒ Donghaksa Temple ⇒ DCC
Conditions - Assistance English speaking guide
- 28-seat bus (Standard: 1 bus - 25 seats)
- Hands-on pottery making experience (turning potter's wheel) included
- Admission fee to Donghaksa Temple included
- Mineral water & event expense included
Gyeryongsan Mountain Potters' Village
An artist village created by potters at Sangsin-ri of Gongju in the north of Gyeryongsan Mountain. Each of the potters is inheriting characteristics of traditional grayish-blue powdered celadon with brown drawings of Joseon Dynasty. The village consists of individual workshops, Potters Park, and natural parks. Programs such as Hands-on Practice and Pottery Camp are available to the tourists. Each workshop has an Exibition Space where the pottery works can be appreciated and purchased.
Donghaksa Temple
A temple located in Banpo-myeon of Gongju city. At 724 A.D., Master Sangwon built a small temple, and Master transformed it to a full-fledged temple. When Silla Dynastry fell, it is believed that it became known as Donghaksa as Grand Master Yugeodal held a memorial service for Park Je-sang, a high official of the fallen dynasty.
Course-2 : Buyeo Tour
Date / Time Aug. 21, 2014 (Thu.) / 14:00~19:30
Price KRW 39,000 (Min. 50 Persons)
Itinerary DCC ⇒ Baekje Cultural Land ⇒ Gudurae village & Baekma-River Ferry ⇒ Gudurae ⇒ Gungnamji Pond ⇒ DCC
Conditions - Assistance English speaking guide
- 28-seat bus
- Baekje Cultural Land admission fee included
- Hwangpo Sailboat (Goransa Temple <-> Subokjeong)
- Mineral water & event fee included
Baekje Cultural Land
Baekje Cultural Land in the Buyeo County of Chungcheongnam-do Province is Korea's largest history theme park that was built to promote the history and culture of the glamorous Baekje period to the world.

Gudurae village & Baekma-River Ferry
As the original bottom of the Geum-river, the name of this river is what we call Baekma-river that has the 16 kilometer track and ranges from Buyeo to Mt. Buso toward the silent river like silk stretched, in Nakhwa, Gudurae where Park is, Subokjung and other places, we can see a lot of artifacts of Baek-Je.
Gudarae, located at the western end of Buso Mountain, presents a view of excellent landscape in harmony with Baekma River. You can find a beautiful sculpture park that is loved by all the visitors.
Gungnamji Pond
Gungnamji Pond, located in Seodong Park, is Korea’s first artificial pond and was created by King Mu (from the Baekje Dynasty) who was in love with and eventually married Princess Seonhwa.
Course-3 : Soknisan Mountain Tour
Date / Time Aug. 21, 2014 (Thu.) / 14:00~19:30
Price KRW 19,000 (Min. 50 Persons)
Itinerary DCC ⇒ Soknisan Beopjusa Temple ⇒ DCC
Conditions - Assistance English speaking guide
- 28-seat bus
- Soknisan Beopjusa Temple admission fee included
- Mineral water & event fee include
Soknisan Beopjusa Temple
Beopjusa Temple, located at Soknisan Mountain, was built in the 14 th year of King Jinheung of Silla Dynasty (553 A.D.) (24 years after Buddhism was introduced to the dynasty. It was rebuilt in 776 A.D. by Masters Jinpyo and Yeongsim. By Joseon Period (founded in 1392 A.D.), it became a huge temple complex with more than 60 temple buildings and 70 small-temples. But in 1592, the complex was burned down by fire during the Japanese Invasion of Korea (1592-1597). The present temple was rebuilt in 1624, the 2nd year of King Seonjo, by Master Baekam.