APAC 2023 Tour Program
The organizing committee presents things to do in Korea: Discover Korea's tourist attractions and places. Our official congress tour bureau, Grace Travel, will provide extensive tour options and reservation service including personalized management of all bookings. These tours will provide an excellent opportunity to discover some of the most outstanding historic and cultural assets that Seoul and other regions in Korea are ready to offer.
Please check the tour information and submit the reservation form.
- The APAC 2023 Tour Program operates based on a maximum number of participants.
- The APAC 2023 Tour Program applications will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis, and participants must apply through the provided application form (Google Form).
- All individuals applying for the APAC 2023 Tour Program must complete the application form.
- The APAC 2023 Tour Program cost will only be accepted through the APAC 2023 registration desk.
- The APAC 2023 Tour Program application form (Google Form) can be modified as needed.
- Please notify the APAC 2023 Secretariat of any APAC 2023 Tour Program application cancellations by sending an email to (email@example.com).
- If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Tour Program Overview
Day 2_Daegu Night Tour 1
Date & Time
September 22 (Fri) 18:30 ~ 21:50
EXCO Suseong Lake Apsan Mountain Haeneomi Observatory EXCO
Min. of Person
Free (*Dinner expenses separate)
Suseng Lake (19:30 ~ 21:00) *Please feel free to have dinner of your choice.
Suseong Lake is the best ecotourism place with a nice path including a wooden boardwalk, allowing for visitors to take a relaxing stroll around the lake or join in a pedalo. Surrounding lights give the lake a warm, comfortable feelings. Also, the installed visual music fountain provides nighttime performances twice a day from May to October and it provides unique attractions.
Apasn Mountatin Haeneomi Observatory (21:20 ~ 21:50)
Apasn Mountatin Haeneomi Observatory
Apsan Mountain Haeneomi Observatory, where you can see the scenery of Daegu along with the sunset, is located in Apsan Ppallaeteo Park in Nam-gu. Incorporating the history and symbolism of Apsan Ppallaeteo Park, the observatory's design embodies laundry wring. The ramp leading to the observatory is perfect for walking as you can see the panoramic view of Apsan Mountain and the surrounding landscape.
Day 3_Daegu Night Tour 2
Date & Time
September 23 (Sat) 18:30 ~ 21:30
EXCO Modern Culture Alley 83 Tower EXCO
Min. of Person
KRW 5,000 (*Sandwiches will be served for dinner.)
Modern Culture Alley (19:30 ~ 20:00) *Sandwiches will be served for dinner.
Modern Culture Alley
Modern Culture Alley is the place where visitors can experience both modern times and present day of Daegu. There are many historical spots of Daegu so it is more meaningful.
Modern Culture Alley composed with five different courses and each course has its concept. Each course normally takes about 2 hours.
On the website you can apply a tour guide service for free.
83 Tower (20:30 ~ 21:30)
Daegu Tower 83 Tower
The Daegu Tower (height 202m) is located on European style theme park inside Duryu Park. It is a tourist attraction where you can look over the whole city of Daegu. The traditional architectural beauty of the tower has been reproduced and its Dabotop pagoda shape has been recreated. The west part of Daegu Tower has Duryusan, Seongdangmot and Daegu Culture and Arts Center where the tourists could enjoy various performances, exhibitions and events.
Day 4_Gyeongju Unesco Tour
Date & Time
September 24 (Sun) 14:30 ~ 19:00
EXCO Bulguksa Daereungwon Woljeonggyo Bridge EXCO
Min. of Person
Bulguksa (15:50 ~ 16:50)
Bulguksa, meaning “Temple of the Buddha Land,” is one of Korea’s most renowned Buddhist temples, representing the Buddhist culture of the Korean kingdom of Silla (57 BCE-935 CE) and serving as home to a number of masterpieces of Buddhist artwork and architecture. Located at the southwestern foot of Tohamsan Mountain, it stands about 11 km from the ancient Silla capital.
Daereungwon (17:00 ~ 17:30)
This complex of ancient tombs located on the flat land to the northwest of Wolseong Palace Site belong to the kings, queens, and aristocracy of the Silla kingdom (57 BCE-935 CE).
The name Daereungwon means “Garden of the Great Tombs” and comes from the History of the Three Kingdoms (Samguk sagi) in which it is written that “the funeral of King Michu took place at the great tombs.” As the tomb of King Michu is located among this complex of tombs, the area came to be known by this name.
Woljeonggyo Bridge (17:40 ~ 18:00)
Woljeonggyo Bridge located in Gyo-dong, Gyeongju was built during the Unified Silla period (AD 676-935), but was burnt down during the Joseon dynasty. Through historical research, the bridge was rebuilt in April 2018 to become the largest wooden bridge in Korea. According to Samguk Sagi (History of the Three Kingdoms), the bridge was built during the 19th year of King Gyeongdeok’s reign (AD 760), connecting Wolseong and Namsan together. The historical research to rebuild the bridge lasted from November 26, 1984 to September 8, 1986, finding that the bridge was made with wood for the first time.