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  • THE 16TH INTERNATIONAL MEETING ON INFORMATION DISPLAY / August 23-26, 2016 / ICC Jeju, Jeju, Korea
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    Special Tour Information

    Note : Special Tour Reservation will be available from the early of June through the Online Registration System.

    IMID 2016 will be held in Jeju! So, we prepare Special Tour program which has never had before. All tour programs are requiring minimum person and if minimum number of persons is not reached, the program can be cancelled or substituted by another program with notice to participants, or may proceed at an altered rate with the consent of all participants. Tour fee will be paid by cash (USD 10 or KRW 10,000) On-Site Registration desk. All tours include entrance fee as per itinerary and touring with the service of an English speaking guide. All tours are based on the estimated price and tour courses could be changed later due to the local circumstances.

    Date & Time August 25 (Thu.), 14:30~18:00
    Courses
    Tour Fee USD 10 or KRW 10,000 (only cash)
    Dress Code Casual dress and comfortable shoes
    Conditions - Including all admission fees
    - Transportation by bus
    - With an English speaking guide assistance
    ▼ ST-1 Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak (Itinerary : ICC Jeju – Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak – ICC Jeju)
    The characteristic tuff cone formed after three volcanic eruptions in shallow seas about five thousand years ago. This peak is one of the best tourist attractions, also known as the sun-rising oreum and the number one-attraction in Korea. Also, it was designated as a natural monument on July 19, 2000; a UNESCO World Natural Heritage site on July 2, 2007; a Global Geopark on October 1, 2010; and one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature on November 12th, 2011.
    ▼ ST-2 Jeju Folk Village Museum (Itinerary : ICC Jeju - Jeju Folk Village Museum – ICC Jeju)
    With a total of 117 houses and facilities, Jeju Folk Village Museum has restored the scenes of the village to that of the 1890’s. Among them are Mountain Village, Hill-Country Village, Fishing Village and Shamanism Village. The Jeju Folk Village Museum is the island’s main tourist attraction where customs of the old days can be explored. Also, ‘Daeganggeum’ Mini Theme Park located at the Jeju Folk Village, offers various things for visitors to see. Visitors can appreciate the amazing scenic beauty of Jeju as well as experience the traditional culture of Jeju at this theme park.
    ▼ ST-3 Oedolgae(Olle Trail) + Olle Market
         (Itinerary : ICC Jeju - Oedolgae(Olle Trail) - Olle Market – ICC Jeju)
    Oedolgae is a sole standing rock off the seaside cliff. It is an amazing rock 10 meters in circumference and 20 meters in height and is also known as Janggunseok Rock. Olle Trail #7 course is a seaside walking trail around Oedolgae Rock. From this trail, beautiful islands such as the Beom-sum, Sae-sum and Seonnyeo (Fairy) Rock can be seen.
    Seogwipo Olle Market was formed in the early 1960s and is the largest market in Seogwipo today. The interior of the market has been re-designed in such a way that visitors can easily navigate through the shops and vendors. For customers' convenience, the market offers free delivery services as well as several food vendors where visitors can enjoy traditional Jeju food.

    * ‘Olle’ was ‘Ora’ or ‘Orae’ in the language of middle ages, and it is believed that pure Korean word ‘Orae’ meant gate (門). Also by pronunciation ‘Jeju Olle’ has another meaning which means ‘will you come to Jeju?’ (Jeju-e olle?). the ‘Olle’ of windy island Jeju is made by basalt rock which has so many small holes in it. Moreover, it shows the aesthetics of winding stone wall road of Jeju.

    ▼ ST-4 Yongmeori Beach + Mt. Sanbangsan
         (Itinerary : ICC Jeju - Yongmeori Beach - Mt. Sanbangsan – ICC Jeju)
    Yongmeori Beach is a place where Mt. Sanbangsan stretches into the ocean and it looks as if a dragon’s head is going underwater. This area built up over millions of years. There are Gulbangs here which are depressed into the shape of rooms, and wide rocks stacking up on one another along the seashore cliffs which create a majestic scenery by the sea. Along the road down to the seashore, you can meet the women sea-divers of Jeju who sell sea cucumbers and stroll on the road.
    Mt. Sanbangsan is a giant lava dome with a height of 395m. It is a an uncommon volcanic formation rarely found in other places. With its unique appearance, Mt. Sanbangsan has become a symbol of the natural beauty found in the southwestern part of Jeju. Legend has it that Seol-mundae Halmang (grandmother) tore out the crater on Baerokdam, Hall’s peak, and heaved it to the shoreline and that is Mt. Sanbangsan.