Full Day Nami Island with Petite France (filming location)
- Visit to Nami Island, where Winter Sonata was filmed
- See ostriches, rabbits, and deer that roam free
- Full-day tour with scrumptious Korean lunch
- Option to ride on rail bike and look beautiful side view.
- Convenient, roundtrip transportation to & from central Seoul
Winter Sonata Tour (Route B)
Live Commentary in English. Select this option for Route B and lunch. Itinerary includes Nami Island, Petite France, and a duty-free shop.
Winter Sonata Tour (Route A)
Live Commentary in English. Select this option for Route A and lunch. Itinerary includes Nami Island, Rail Bike, Petite France and a duty-free shop.
What's included, what's not
Know Before You Book
- Children 1 and younger are complimentary.
- At least 2 people are required for this activity to take place.
What you can expect
Enter the world of Winter Sonata on this full-day tour to Nami Island. At the scenic area where Winter Sonata was filmed, get a glimpse of roaming deer, ostriches, and lanes lined with soaring pine trees and then savor a delicious Korean lunch.
Leave Seoul behind and make your way to the famous Nami Island. Stroll past the same towering pine trees that form a beautiful boulevard where Junsang and Yoojin were in Winter Sonata. Here, enjoy the romantic atmosphere and a chance to see ostriches, rabbits, and deer that roam free. Then, replenish your energy with a delicious Korean lunch. Choose from 2 routes.
Route A Before going to Petite France, visit Gangchon Rail Park which is a popular tourist attraction where visitors can pedal along old railroad tracks while taking in the lovely Bukhangang River scenery. Ride on the bike and look beautiful side view. And then visit Petite France, stop by a duty-free shop before you return to Seoul.
Route B After a stop at Nami Island, continue to Petite France—themed after The Little Prince book's flowers, stars, and young prince—and explore a decade-old residence with a gallery of works by Saint Exupery, the celebrated author of The Little Prince. Marvel at the beauty of antique music boxes at Orgel House, visit a souvenir shop that sells herbs and aromatic products and a duty-free shop, and then rest on the ride back to Seoul.