The 2-9 July Peace Camp For Youth SOLD OUT for this year! In 2019, we will have quotas for 20 U.S. representatives to join the 120 college-age grandchildren from the other 20 United Nation Countries that helped save South Korea.  It is first come-first served to attend this all-inclusive, subsidized airfare experience that we have run for the Korean War Veterans Association since 2010 with over 220 U.S. grandchildren as we prepare for next year’s dates for this exciting trip and opportunity to honor those men who served in Korea from 1950-1954. Hold your PCFY Seat for the registration fee of $50 today!






CLICK HERE TO READ PCFY ARTICLE BY ATTENDEE NIKA SMERNOFF PART 1 PART 2 (Published by permission of the KWVA, originally printed in the Graybeards)

CLICK HERE TO READ PCFY ARTICLE BY ATTENDEE LUCAS HOFFMAN (Published by permission of the KWVA, originally printed in the Graybeards)

Fellow Korean War Veterans - The ROK government supports the "Peace Camp for Youth" program and we have received a KWVA-USA quota of twenty (20) for the 2019 program in Seoul, ROK. My own granddaughter participated in the 2012 camp and is still talking about how wonderful it was and the new friends she met from all the U.N. countries.
You can registration by downloading the Application Brochure for the July session this summer now! Applications will be received on a "First Come, First Served" basis. ALL EXPENSIVES in Korea are paid for and the applicant only pays for 1/2 (50%) of their domestic and international coach airfare. Military Historical Tours (MHT) provides an experienced tour leader to handle emergencies. The ROK health system is equal to any you will find in the USA!
Register Today as once the PCFY quotas are gone, they are gone!

Warren Wiedhahn
National Liaison - KWVA
Revisit Korea Coordinator


With the 65th Anniversaries of the Korea War entering its second year, the ROK government has made the decisions to once again commemorate, not only the veterans and their contributions to saving their country from Communism, but to Welcome Veteran’s Grandchildren to Korea on a very special program in 2018. Called "Peace Camps for Youth" (PCFY), this program was a huge success in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2018 and we have received quotas to continue the program next year. 

General information & requirements:

 * Participant must be a Grandchild of a Korean War Veteran Association Member enrolled in a college program (Undergrad or Grad school.)
 * Be at least eighteen (18) years old (waivers for 17 year-old high school graduates.)
 * Grade Point Average of 2.5 required.
 * Be in "relatively" good health since some physical hiking/walking is involved.
 * Have a current passport. 
 * Their are twenty quotas and it will be first come, first served. The group will have a tour escort and stay at Tong Yang Creative Center.
 * All expense's for the grandchild while in Korea, will be paid for by the ROK government. (Double occupancy) Each participant will receive subsidized airfare to Korea. (The ROK Government will refund a 50% portion of the roundtrip airfare upon return from the trip including any domestic airfare.)
 * No criminal convictions.
 * Not attended a previous PCFY.
 * A service of charge of $250 is required for administrative handling, air ticketing, bag tags & hats.
 * All programs are conducted in English.

PCFY SERVICE CHARGE: $250 (required once selectee can attend once ROK announces the 2019 dates)

2019 China Tour 
Price: $1,795 

Single Room Supplement: $455

Tour price includes:

China Visa Processing a $300+ value that takes the hassle out of the entire process!

* - Hotel accommodations
* - All meals 
* - Experienced MHT Tour Leader & Sightseeing with a local English-speaking guide
* - Touring with air conditioned motor coach
* - Airport Arrival & Departure Transfers

Tour price doesn’t include:
Airfare —MHT will provide optional assistance upon registration and a reimbursement of 50% upon reaching the ROK.


Beijing China PCFY Post Tour Itinerary

Beijing is only a two hour flight from Korea.  The price is right since your grandchilden have done the Trans-Pacific flight.  Now is a special time to visit Beijing since all of the main tourist attractions have been renovated as seen during the 2008 Olympics & again for the 2013 National Day. 

Day 1 - After breakfast, transfer to airport for Beijing. Arrival, orientation, walking tour of “Tian An Men” Square and Legation area. Check-in to hotel after dinner.

Day 2 - Walking tour of the Forbidden City, “Hutong Rickshaw tour” through the labyrinth of  old Beijing neighborhoods. Special visit and lunch with a traditional Chinese Hutong family, military museum tour, special acrobatic show and authentic Peking Duck Dinner this evening.  

Day 3 - After Breakfast, we head for the “Great Wall of China” at Mutianyu. Lunch with local farm family. Tour the famous Ming Tombs at Changling. Dinner at a local restaurant and time to enjoy Beijing at night.

Day 4 - Visiit the Beijing Zoo with the world’s largest collection of Pandas in captivity. Tour the legendary Summer Palace before a lunch at a local restaurant. After lunch, see the Temple of Heaven and a shopping stop in silk alley. Tonight is our Farewell Dinner.

Day 5 - After breakfast, transfer to airport for your flight to the USA crossing the  international dateline arriving same day.

Tentative MPVA Itinerary—2019 Peace Camp For Youth  

Day 1:
Departure for Inchon International Airport (Cross International Dateline Lose a day)

Day 2: 
Arrival and Check-in 
18:00-20:00 Dinner 
20:00-22:00 Orientation & Ice Breaker 
*Dress code: casual 

Day 3: 
09:00-10:30 Opening Ceremony 
10:30-11:40 Lecture: “The Chosin Reservoir and Hungnam Evacuation” by Ned Forney 
13:00-15:00 Samulnori (Korean culture experience) 
15:00-17:00 K-pop Dance Lesson 
19:00-21:00 Mini Olympic 
*Dress code: casual (wear comfortable shoes) 

Day 4: 
08:30-09:30 National Cemetery Visit 
10:00-15:30 National Museum of Korea Visit and K-Style Hub Visit (culture experience). 
16:00-17:30 War Memorial Visit 
19:30-21:00 Namsangol Hanok Village Visit 
*Dress code: business casual with comfortable shoes. 

Day 5: 
09:00-17:00 Team Mission 
19:00-22:00 Team Presentation Preparation 
*Dress code: casual 

Day 6: 
07:30-15:30 DMZ/JSA Field Trip 
16:30-17:30 Hyundai Motorstudio Visit 
*Dress code: please refer to the dress code section.

Day 7: 
10:00-11:30 Golden Bell Quiz Challenge 
13:00-15:30 Team Presentation Preparation then Presentation 
17:00-20:00 Farewell Ceremony and Banquet 
*Dress code: formal 

Day 8:
Check-out and Departure (Cross International Dateline—gain a day) Arrive same day.
Airport transportation will be provided. Any changes to this schedule you will be informed accordingly. 



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Peace Camp For Youth Korea Grandchildren Return Program (2019)

  • Product Code: 1807-KOR-PCFY
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  • $50.00

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