Seoul

Please note, flight schedules are subject to change

FRIDAY, MARCH 10TH

Korean Air#18
Los Angeles to Seoul (Incheon)
Depart: 11:00am
Arrive: 5:40pm, March 11th
EQP: Airbus A380-800

Korean Air departs from Tom Bradley International Terminal. Flight time is 13 hours & 40 minutes. 

SUNDAY, MARCH 19TH

 

Korean Air#17
Seoul (Incheon) to Los Angeles
Depart: 3:00pm
Arrive: 10:00am
EQP: Airbus A380-800

You will arrive into Tom Bradley International Terminal.  Flight time is 11 hours. 

INTERCONTINENTAL SEOUL COEX

IN: Saturday, March 11, 2017
OUT: Sunday, March 19, 2017
524 Bongeunsa-ro, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, 135-975 Korea
Phone: 82-2-3452-2500
Fax: 82-2-3430-8000
Website: https://www.ihg.com/intercontinental/hotels/gb/en/seoul/seohb/hoteldetail

 

If you need additional nights at the hotel, please contact our office directly and we can arrange this for you.  This must be prepaid to our office with credit card to confirm and guarantee the group rate.Contact Information:

Available Optional Tours on this Page

Special note: All tours will operate at the costs shown with a minimum of 10 persons participating and are non-refundable if canceled after February 17th.

TOUR IN SEOUL

Half Day DMZ Tour w/ lunch and Third Tunnel: Sunday, March 12th, 8:30am - 4:30pm, $82.00

Korea is the only divided country in the world. After the Korean war ended, South Korea and North Korea negotiated and then designated the DMZ 2 km away from the truce line on each side of the border. As one of the last relics of the cold war, the DMZ attracts great deal of public interest. DMZ tourist sites have been created to quench people's curiosity on this unique area where tension and peace coincide.

You will visit Imjingak Park, located 50km northwest of Seoul which was built for 5 million people who lost their homes. You can get a view of the lifestyle of North Korea and an exhibition hall with jets and tanks used during the war.

The third tunnel was discovered on October 17, 1978, it is 1.635 kilometer long, 1.95 meters height and 2.1 meters wide. It is estimated that it took approximately an hour for 10,000 soldiers to move through the tunnel plus their weapons. It is apparently designed for surprise attacks on Seoul from North Korea.

To join us on this tour, please fill out the Optional Tour Form and send it to us. Payment is due on or before February 13th and is non-refundable after February 17th.