52 , Dongbaek-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan
The beautiful sunset and night tours offer an amazing view of Gwangandaegyo Bridge and Marine City from the sea. Passengers can enjoy a luxurious yacht trip in the beautiful Haeundae Gwangalli Beach area.
880-24, Cheondeok-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
9.81 Park is the nation's first-ever non-motorized racing theme park that offers a chance to experience various activities including Gravity Racing. As an eco-friendly racing theme park located in Aewol, Jeju Island 9.81 Park allows speed-racing with the help of gravity. Here, visitors can enjoy downhill racing only at the speed of gravity (9.81 ㎨) while looking out at the Jeju sea as well as relaxing uphill racing by automatic operation while facing Hallasan Mountain.
47-3, Sutonggol-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon
Gyeryongsan Sutonggol Valley is a popular course in the Sutonggol Valley District, located close to a city, in Gyeryongsan National Park featuring a mountain as beautiful as silk and gorgeous valleys where pure water greets visitors. Because of its close proximity to a large city and mild-sloped trail, many people visit throughout the year to enjoy the romantic, picturesque valley, the freshness of Sutongpokpo Falls, and the beautiful course leading to the gorgeous Geumsubong Peak.
75, Gueup-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon
Seaside Park is a popular tourist attraction on Yeongjongdo Island, which is the size of Yeouido. Seaside Park's highlight attraction is Seaside Rail Bike, a 4-seater rail bike that runs on a 5.6-kilometer round-trip track along the coast. The open sea laid out right before one's eyes provides a pleasant experience by capturing the scenery from Wolmido Island to Incheondaegyo Bridge while on the rail bike. In addition, a landscape waterfall and various facilities offers even more fun while passengers pedal along the tracks.
178, Balgae-ro, Tongyeong-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Skyline Luge is a luge kart adventure experience that was specially designed for downhill riding and features four tracks with a total distance of 3.8 kilometers. Visitors can reach the starting point by taking the Sky Ride lift. The track offers many thrilling sections, like curves and tunnels. The rides were designed to be easy and safe, and even children between x_heights 85 - 120 centimeters can enjoy the ride when accompanied by a guardian over age 19 and 150 centimeters in x_height.
133, Donggyo-ro 51-gil, Mapo-gu, Seoul
Gyeongui Line Forest Park is a linear city park located in Mapo-gu and is also called Yeontral Park. It includes Daeheung-dong, Yeonnam-dong, Saechanggogae Pass, Changjeon-dong, Sinsu-dong, and Wonhyo-ro, which were opened in this order. Gyeongui Line Forest Park is established atop the Gyeongui railroad line and the Gyeongui Line and Airport Railroad Express are constructed as a double track underground. Gyeongui Line Forest Park was designed to be incomplete to enable citizens to help complete it, which is meaningful in that a space, which could have been left empty and neglected, is turning into a green park for the citizens.
137, Oryukdo-ro, Nam-gu, Busan
The first course of Haeparang Trail is a coastal road connecting Yongho-dong, Nam-gu and Jung 2-dong, Haeundae-gu in Busan, starting from Oryukdo Sunrise Park, passing Gwangallihaebyeon Beach and APEC Beach, to Mipo. Not only can visitors enjoy the sea cliffs and the natural scenery of the East Coast, but also the splendid and bustling Gwangalli and Haeundae tours.
585-5, Daepo-dong, Sokcho-si, Gangwon-do
Badahyanggiro is a unique, 1.74-kilometer-long coastal trail that runs from Sokcho Beach to Oeongchi Port. It is mainly divided into the Sokcho Beach section (850 meters) and the Oeongchi section (890 meters), with each having its own vibes. If you are looking to take a light walk along the beach, the Sokcho Beach section is a perfect choice and, if you wish to enjoy views of the dynamic landscape, the Oeongchi section is recommended. The Oeongchi section was restricted to civilian access for several decades so it holds fabulous scenery that has not been damaged by people for a long period of time. It is also famous as a filming spot for K-dramas
163, Ganhyeon-ro, Jijeong-myeon, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do
Wonju Rail Park offers a course in which the journey begins with a Scenic Train Ride from Ganhyeon Station to Pandae Station. From Pandae Station, visitors hop on a rail bike to return to Ganhyeon Station.
Nearby tourist attractions include Ganhyeon Recreation Area and Ganhyeon Camping Ground, a pair of fun elements to add to your travel itinerary. The broad Seomgang River that passes Ganhyeon Recreation Area is a perfect place to find peace of your mind, and the surrounding landscape has not been damaged or polluted at all so you will be able to enjoy the differently fascinating sceneries of four seasons while riding a rail bike. In any of the six event tunnels, you can either profess your love or shout at the top of your lungs, and the fancy LED lights inside the tunnels will add to your cool, special memories.
Taehwa-dong, Jung-gu, Ulsan
Simni Bamboo Grove is a bamboo forest that stretches over about 4 km along the Taehwagang River and is a natural garden using bamboo that has grown naturally for a long time. It is a healing space in the city where the river wind blowing through the bamboo and the whisper of bamboo leaves tickle your ears.
A unique night garden where the Milky Way descends at night. It is a must-see course where you can feel as if you are walking along the Milky Way in the night sky as colorful lights meet bamboo. In addition, through the outdoor escape room game