(Apr - Sep) Andong One Day Tour - Depart from Busan
Regular tour, Busan
Available day : WED, SUN
Andong Hahoe Village, Buyongdae Observatory, Dosanseowon Confucian Academy, Woryeonggyo Bridge
GMT+9(Based on Korean time)
9:40 am Depart from KTX Busan Station Exit 1 (*NOT Busan Subway Station Exit 1)
10:00 am Depart from Seomyeon Station Exit 12
12:40 pm Arrive at Andong Hahoe Village (Including lunch time)
3:10 pm Leave for Buyongdae Observatory
3:20 pm Arrive at Buyongdae Observatory
4:00 pm Leave for Dosanseowon Confucian Academy
5:00 pm Arrive at Dosanseowon Confucian Academy
6:00 pm Leave for Woryeonggyo Bridge
6:30 pm Arrive at Woryeonggyo Bridge
Option 1: Busan drop off
8:00 pm Leave for Busan
10:40 pm Arrive at KTX Busan Station
11:00 pm Arrive at Seomyeon Station
Option 2: Daegu drop off
8:00 pm Leave for Daegu
9:40 pm Arrive at Banwoldang Station
Andong Hahoe Village
The members of Ryu family, originated from Hahoe Village, have lived together in the region for over 600 years. It is a representative village for one family where tile-roofed houses and thatched roofed ones have been quite well conserved for a long time.
Hike up to the 64-meter high observatory located at where Taebaeksan Mountain Range ends to overlook the majestic Andong Hahoe Folk Village. From the summit, get the best view of the Hahoe area and take in the lush greens to release your stress.
Dosanseowon Confucian Academy
Marvel at the oriental architectural designs and immerse yourself in the idyllic vibe. Stroll along the quaint yards that can trace back to the 16th century and learn the glorious history of this ancient school.
In terms of architecture, Dosanseowon Confucian Academy complex can largely be divided into Dosanseodang compound and Dosanseowon compound. Dosanseodang area consists of living quarters and lecture halls where Toegye Yi Hwang, an eminent Confucian scholar, lived and taught his students. Dosanseowon was built after Toegye Yi Hwang passed away by his followers in legacy of his teachings as well as to pay respects to the deceased.
Woryeonggyo Bridge is the longest footbridge made of wood in Korea. Woryeonggyo Bridge harbors a tragic yet beautiful legend about a wife who made a pair of Mituri (hemp shoes) out of her hair in heartfelt yearning and condolence for her late husband. In commemoration of her pure and noble love, the bridge was designed in the style of Mituri.
[Busan]Seomyeon Station Exit 12
[Busan]KTX Busan Station Exit 1_KTX