|Oct. 19 (Mon.)||Oct. 20 (Tue.)||Oct. 21 (Wed.)|
|Course A||Gukje Market ▶ Songdo Skywalk ▶ Songdo Air Cruise||Haedong YonggungsaTemple▶ Shinsagae Duty Free Shop||Beomeosa Temple/Tea Ceremony(Dahdo)|
|Course B||Busan Jogakbo Museum ▶ Moontan Road Cafe, Gallery||UN Memorial Cemetery ▶ Hwangryeong Mountain||Oryukdo Skywalk ▶ Igidae Coastal Walk|
|Price||USD 40||USD 30||USD 40|
* It is included in the accompanying program.
* Admission and soft drinks included.
* Post congress tour includes lunch.
* Registered participants and accompanying persons can attend.
* Available to apply after registration at WFC website. (www.74wfc.com)
* The course is subject to change according to the circumstances
Oct. 19 (Mon.)
Moontan Road Cafe, Gallery
This hillside path extends from Haeundae to Songjeong along the seaside, edged with rows of cherry trees and pine trees. Because of its marvelous view, it is beloved as a pleasant drive and romantic place. You can see art galleries, cafes, luxurious restaurants, and more, here and there, each with their own unique atmosphere.
Oct. 20 (Tue.)
UN Memorial Cemetery
It is composed of diverse exhibition halls which reproduce scenes of the Korean War. You can look around themed places such as the permanent exhibition halls, special exhibitions, a 4-D theater, and observatory. Also, UN Memorial Park is a great place where you can enjoy the beauty of nature in the city.
While you may drive to the point of entry into the Hwangnyeong Mountain, you need to walk a little in order to get to the lounge. Park your car in the public parking lot and walk just a bit toward the Bongsudae.(Korean Traditional Beacon) The lounge features an observatory above the ground and an underground cafeteria.
Oct. 21 (Wed.)
Beomeosa Temple /
A temple founded by Buddhist Master Uisang during King Mumnu’s reign in Silla is one of the three major temples in the Yeongnam Region including Haeinsa Temple and Tongdosa Temple. With a trail through a grove of soaring bamboo stalks and blooming apricot flowers in spring, it is a serene spot to feel peace and quiet.
Taking in a thrilling feast of waves 30 meters below, the transparent U-shaped floor of the Oryukdo Skywalk makes people feel as if they were flying in the sky. As a junction where the East and South seas meet, this site is emerging as a new attraction and has been steadily attracting tourists since its opening in 2013. Be sure not to forget to wear your overshoes when walking on this bridge, as they are required and provided at the entrance.
Igidae Coastal Walk
This is where you can see Gwangan Bridge at a slightly different angle. It is a hidden view point whose real view is known to only a few people. The coastal walk gives you a chance to appreciate this area’s natural beauty of the sea and jagged cliffs. Particularly, it commands a world-class night view of Marine City as well as Gwangan Bridge.