120, Dalmaji-gil, Haeundae-gu, Busan
Located on the Dalmaji-gil Road, Moontan Road is a walking trail with a meaning of easy stroll under the moonlight. With five different walking course, it take approx. 1 to 2 hours. Visitors can enjoy subsidity facilities including observatory, sports park, Dalmaji Eoul Madang, Haewoljeong Pavillion and more.
Jang-dong, Daedeok-gu, Daejeon
Gyejoksan Mountain Red Clay Trail is the nation's first eco-healing barefoot walking trail, filled with the fresh aroma of pine needles. Visitors can also enjoy a view of downtown Daejeon from Gyejoksanseong Fortress, which was built during the time of the Three Kingdoms. Walking or even running along this 14-kilometer long trail at an altitude between 200 and 300 meters above sea level is a great way to get a healthy body and spirit.
174, Taegi-ro, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
With a 5-star hotel, condominium buildings, ski slopes, and a top-class golf course, the mountain resort complex of Phoenix Park provides various recreational and amusement facilities for a great vacation. The resort is located approximately 1 hour and 50 minutes from Seoul in Pyeongchang, Gangwon-do. Pyeongchang is a major winter sports region in Korea and is the host city of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
The resort has a total of seventeen slopes, four of which are approved by the FIS (International Ski Federation), and has superb snow quality. Phoenix Snow Park is an environmentally friendly resort, created with the minimum possible disruption to surrounding nature. For more information on the Phoenix Snow Park and subsidiary facilities, please visit the official website or call the ski resort helpine.
265, High1-gil, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do
Gangwon Land Casino is Korea’s first ever casino to allow the admission of Koreans. It was established under the ‘Special law regarding support for the development of abandoned mine areas,’ which was passed in 1995 with the purpose of resuscitating the economy of such abandoned mine areas. Gangwon Land is a hotel resort with 199 rooms at present, priding over its superior casino facilities with 960 slot machines and 100 tables. Gangwon Land Casino has skilled dealers and serves free beverages to players.
200, Duryugongwon-ro, Dalseo-gu, Daegu
E-World is a European-style theme park that comprises a Tower and Park. The park is visited by over 30,000,000 visitors every year, placing the attraction as an entertainment landmark that represents the southern region. E-World's sledding hill can by enjoyed year round, with a grassy sledding hill in the summer and snowy sledding slopes in the winter.
60, Jungmungwangwang-ro 72beon-gil, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
Opened in 1981, Jungmun Golf Club is located along the seaside cliffs of Jeju Island. It is open all year long, featuring a 18-hole golf course and a country club set up along a coastal area on Jeju Island. Picturesque scenery and various tourist amenities add to the charm of this golf club.
- Korea's sole coastal golf course, embracing the valley as well as breathtaking views
- The course is filled with the western grass and a peaceful atmosphere
- Jeju-grown foliage and subtropical plants
- The longest course distance in Korea (B.T. 6,820 m)
- Open for both members and non-member tourists
- Tee-up on in-course and out-course at once
- Reservation required; international tourists are given priority
- Holes 8 and 11 have an optical illusion (uphill and downhill are reversed)
- Located within 5-min walking distance from the nearest hotel
2070-61, 1100-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Situated on the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula, Hallasan is 1,950 meters in x_height and is the highest mountain in South Korea. Formed from volcanic activity, the mountain is a dormant volcano made mostly of basalt. Home to the magnificent Baekrokdam (lake-filled crater), the mountainside is covered with alpine flora and lush trees.
The mountain is characterized by majestic cliffs, steep slopes, interesting rock formations, and, in particular, myriads of colorful azaleas. There are over 360 small mountains (uniquely-shaped volcanic mountains called “Oreum” in Jeju dialect) surrounding Halla Mountain that offer new delights to visitors with the coming of each new season. Along with Hallasan, the oreums were officially named the Hallasan Natural Protection Area (Natural Monument No.12) in 1966.
There are six hiking trails along Hallasan. Seongpanak Trail on the east and Gwaneumsa Trail in the north go all the way up to the summit (Baekrokdam). Those looking for a less rigorous hike are advised to take the shorter trails reaching midway up the mountain. All trails are relatively short (less than 10 kilometers) and can be hiked in less than a day. Visitors are advised, however, to start early in the morning if planning on hiking up to the summit and to check official operating hours, as some trails are only open during certain hours of the day. Keep reading for information on some of the most popular trails.
* Gwaneumsa Trail (North)—Summit Trail
Gwaneumsa Trail offers hikers the best view of Hallasan’s deep valleys and stunning terrain. Midway along the trail is Guringul (a lava cave) and Tamna Valley. Tamna Valley is especially beautiful during the fall when the leaves are changing and during the winter when the entire area lays under a dusting of snow.
* Seongpanak Trail (East)—Summit Trail
This relatively long, gently sloping trail is perfect for beginners. Lush broadleaf trees give shade from the beating sun and in spring the azaleas bloom and turn the mountainside into a dazzling array of color.
* Eorimok Trail (Northwest)
This short trail is another relatively easy trail for beginners. In spring, the nearby meadows are adorned with red royal azaleas. From the stone pathway to Mansedongsan visitors can catch a breathtaking panoramic view of the countryside and the island’s signature Oreums.
* Yeongsil Trail (Southwest)
As the shortest trail in Hallasan, this trail boasts Yeongsilgiam (a spectacular cliff with series of unusual rock formations). It is covered with azaleas and royal azaleas in spring and vibrant autumn foliage starting in October.
2, Nongol 1-gil, Donghae-si, Gangwon-do
Nongoldam-gil Street refers to the road going uphill from Mukho Port to Mukho Lighthouse. Thirty years ago, Nongol was the representative port of pollack and squid, but about 20,000 residents left town as fishing resources dwindled. As of now, nearly 4,000 people are living in the town whose atmosphere became empty and silent.
To improve the ambience of the town, Donghae Cultural Center applied for a project named ‘Mukho Deungdae Damhwa’ to the Ministry of Culture, Sports, & Tourism. In August 2010, the center started visiting older people living in Nongol Village to find out their life story and then painted their stories on the walls throughout the village’s alley. Members who majored in art made the sketches and the elderly in their 60-70's colored the sketches to create the mural street of Nongol Village. The starting point of the street has various frames hanging on the wall which depict the history and process of the village.
145, Anam-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul
The indoor ice-skating rink is located in Korea University in Anam-dong in the Seongbuk-gu district of Seoul. This Olympic size rink welcomes guests all year long.
2, Gongyangwang-gil, Samcheok-si, Gangwon-do
Samcheok Ocean Railbike is Korea's one and only ocean rai lbike facility that offers a landscape view of black pines and bizarre rocks merged together. Its double-tracked route of 5.4 kilometers follows the beautiful shoreline of the East Sea with a tunnel along its way that entertains bikers with fascinating luminarie and laser shows, giving one the feeling of passing through a mysterious underwater tunnel. The railbike course is perfect to enjoy unique and memorable experiences for families, friends and couples.
129-4, Songdohaebyeon-ro, Seo-gu, Busan
Songdo Cloud Trails is located eastern side of Songdo Beach. The trail include a skywalk which has clear glass bottom view that let you feel like you are walking in the middle of a ocean. Amazing panoramic view of the surrounding made the trail a popular destination.
470, Woni-daero, Uichang-gu, Changwon-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Changwon Cyclodome was founded to boost the local economy. Most of the income is returned to the local city through taxes.