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Great way to Experience Korea: Koreastay

k1For anyone who wants to visit Korea at a competitive price and also experience the family culture of Korea first hand, this is the perfect program. In a nutshell, this program provides Korean families who welcome foreign tourists for short/extended stay at their homes. Of course, each of these homes are carefully examined and certified by the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) to make sure the homestay owners can provide safe accommodations.

It is a great alternative to conventional ways of lodging such as hotels and motels. Prices range from 30 to 60 dollars per night. For more information and to make reservations, please visit www.koreastay.or.kr

If you are planning on taking advantage of this program within this year, we urge you to participate in the event we are currently holding. The event is currently taking place and it will end on December 27, 2013. The prizes vary from performance ticket vouchers to T-money card (about $20 dollars worth).

Visit http://english.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/HD/event/enu_20130917/enu.html for details.

Homestay provides an amazing cultural connection, but for those who want complete cultural immersion, there’s the Fun Korean Language Trip. It’s a program that provides Korean language classes together with koreastay. Also, with a special consideration by KTO, the participants can choose either FREE Korean food making or KPC card (similar to a gift card, and can be used at any Visa affiliated shops – the amount is approximately US$20)!


Fun Korean Language Trip is unique in that:

· It is the ONLY program that provides short-term classes for foreigners learning
Korean language (Average term for Korean language classes are 3 plus months)k2

· Co-planned with the Korea Tourism Organization and Kyung Hee University
(Taking classes in Kyung Hee University, one of top schools in Korea)

· Learning Korean language through K-dramas and K-pop (Easier and fun way of

· Combining classes with homestay (breakfast included )

· Meeting and exchanging cultures with local college students.

The cost of the Fun Korean Lesson trip is about US $600 & includes:

· Korean language class (5 days)

· Homestay (6 days, breakfast included)

· gift option by KTO (Korean food making or approx. $20 gift card)

· chance to meet local college students

To find out more about this program and to book this trip, simply go to  http://www.familytourfriend.com/event/funkorean.htmlsouvenirs.

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