[foreigner only] [Gangwon-do] Seoraksan National Park + Naksansa Temple 1 Day Tour (by K Tour Story)

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[foreigner only] [Gangwon-do] Seoraksan National Park + Naksansa Temple 1 Day Tour (by K Tour Story)

Seoraksan + Naksansa Temple Person

Round Shuttle Bus
English Speaking Staff
Seoraksan + Naksansa Temple Admission Ticket

[Not Included]
Beverages / Meals
Travelers Insurance
Seoraksan Cable Car

[Price Information]
Same for adult and child
Free: Infants under 35 mos (Must bring passport) (not occupying a seat on bus)

80,000 KRW

Seoraksan is a mountain where tourists who love mountains visit more than twice. Mountain shows beautiful scenery different in all 4 seasons, and many people come just to see its nature! This is a 1 Day Tour where you can visit Seoraksan National Park and Naksansa Temple, one of the must-visit temples in Korea. If you are a temple and a nature lover, you will love this tour for sure.


Seoraksan National Park

Seoraksan is the most beautiful mountain in South Korea where the visitors appreciate its outstanding scenery. Azaleas and other flowers touch and tickle the nose in Spring, clean and fresh streams in Summer, red-colored autumn foliage covers the mountain in Fall and quiet and peaceful snowfalls in Winter. The mountain changes its clothes every season.


• Looking at the open sea from Seoraksan will help you relieve all the stresses.


• This is the most loved mountain in Korea.


• Meet the huge Buddha statue in Seoraksan!



Naksansa Temple

Naksansa Temple is one of few temples in Korea to overlook the East Sea and is located 4km north of Naksan Beach, and boasts a 1,300-year history. It is a temple built by Ui-Sang, the ambassador of the 30th King of Silla Period (57 BC-935 AD), and inside is the Seven Story Stone Tower, Dongjong, Hongyaemun, together with several other cultural assets. When you enter the temple from Hongyaemun Gate, you can see black bamboo trees and tiled earthen walls on either side of the sanctuary.


• It is one of the temples visited by lots of Buddhists.


• Even some parts were burned down, the remains still present its classic beauty.



Operation Days

Every Monday , Friday

September - December : Additional operations on Wednesday (excluding specific days/checking calendar)


Minimum Pax

1 Person




07:20 Depart from Exit 4 of Hongik University Station 

08:00 Depart from Namsan Yejang Bus parking lot (On foot 5 mins from Myeongdong Station Exit 1)

08:10 Depart from Exit 10 of Dongdaemun History and Culture Park Station

11:00 Arrive at Seoraksan

14:30 Leave for Naksansa Temple 

14:50 Arrive at Naksansa Temple 

16:20 Leave for Seoul 

19:00 Arrive at Dongdaemun History and Culture Park Station 

19:10 Arrive at Myeongdong Station (From the 1st of March, arrive at Myeongdong Lotte Department Store)

19:50 Arrive at Hongik University Station 

Meeting Point

• Subway line number 2, Gyeongui, Airport Railroad, Hongik Univ. Station Exit 4

• Namsan Yejang bus parking lot 

 Subway line number 2,4,5, Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station Exit 10

※ Please find the guide with a banner or flag says “K Tour Story”

※ If you don’t see any staff from K tour Story, please search for the bus placed 100m radius away from the subway exit! 


1. Depending on the traffic situation and weather conditions, the schedule may change.

2. Please contact us in advance if you are holding a wheelchair and baby carriage. (

3. Please note that infants under 3 years old are free. (Not provide seats)

4. If you want Seoraksan Cable Car, please purchase the ticket on-site. Please inquire about the staff!

5. If your reservation cannot be made at a desired date and time, our CS Team will contact you via email. 

Refund Policy

• Cancellation before 1 day (10AM (KST)) :100% Refund

• Cancellation after : No Refund