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Home to Incheon Sea Port and the Incheon International

Airport, Incheon is the first gateway to Korea and located

only one hour from Seoul.

Excursions not to miss:

• Jeondeungsa Temple: built in the 4th century when

Buddhism first spread to Korea

• Songdo International City: while Korea can offer

historical treasures such as Jeondeungsa Temple and

a number of world heritage sites, the country is also

looking to the future and is a new international city

expected to be completed by 2015


Located on Jeju Island, the number one destination

for Koreans, this port offers tourists access not only to

the island itself, but also acts as a gateway to some of

Korea's most famous UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Excursions not to miss:

• Hallasan National Park

• Geomunoreum lava tubes and the Jeju Olle Trail



Asia's new cruise destination

With a number of major ports and seas surrounding the country on three sides, Korea is

fast emerging as Asia's must-see destination for cruise travellers. Korea has an ideal natural

environment for cruising and its 11 ports can offer tourists the opportunity to explore

11 different attractions. We highlight Korea's ports and the excursions you must not miss.

Get your adventure started

today by booking with

Jetline Cruise

Developed in 1876, Busan was Korea's first port. Busan

is second largest city and the top trade port in the

country. During 2010, cruise ships docked at Busan

79 times and the number of visitors arriving via cruise

ships hit 179,150 - an increase from 41,544 in 2009.

Excursions not to miss:

• Haeundae Beach: the number one summer holiday

destination in Korea

• Centrum City: the world's biggest shopping complex


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