745, Nochusan-ro, Yeoryang-myeon, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do
The railbike in Jeongseon is a new type of leisure sport that combines biking along a railway and scenic views. Railbikes are commonly found in the mountainous regions of Europe. The sport makes use of an abandoned railway track that runs from Jeongseon's Auraji to Gujeol-ri. The total track is 7.2 kilometers long and is a continuous descent that is easy to ride along clean valley waters and crimson red foliage.
There are 2-person (110 kilograms) and 4-person railbikes (138 kilograms). Despite its large size, a railbike runs quite smoothly so it is sufficient for one person to pedal a 4-person railbike at speeds of 10 to 30 kilometers per hour.
At the boarding area in Gujeol-ri Station, there is a café named ‘A Grasshopper’s Dream.’ Housed in a train, the café is the shape of a grasshopper. The railbike starts in Gujeol-ri station and ends in Auraji Station. Ride at a slow speed of 15kph to enjoy the surrounding scenery. On the way back, you will return to Gujeol-ri on a free train for a comfortable ride with a view.
2, Gongyangwang-gil, Samcheok-si, Gangwon-do
Samcheok Ocean Railbike is Korea's one and only ocean railbike facility that offers a landscape view of black pines and bizarre rocks merged together. Its double-tracked route of 5.4km follows the beautiful shoreline of the East Sea with a tunnel along its way that entertains bikers with fascinating luminarie and laser shows, giving feelings as if it is passing through a mysterious underwater tunnel. The railbike course is perfect to enjoy unique and memorable experiences for families, friends and couples.
Online reservation in advance is required.
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
Gyeonggi-do Yongin-si Giheung-gu Heungdeok-ro 77
Taekwang Country Club is a favorite among golfers, with its pleasant environment, great geographical location, and convenient transportation. Ever since it first opened an 18-hole course (for members only) in 1984, the club has long been loved among golf enthusiasts. With the steady investment in facilities expansion that has continued since 1988, the club added a 9-hole course in 1991 (for members only) and another 9-hole course (for general public) in 1997. Now, as a 36-hole country club, it accommodates golfers with its spacious fairway and an artificial pond was specially created to symbolize the harmony between the Mother Nature and the beauty of human creation. The golf club also has the best driving range in the nation (300-yard driving distance, auto setter, and 108 driving bays).
188, Sinchon-gil, Okcheon-myeon, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
There are 3 slopes at Yangpyeong Hanwha Resort including the main slope (180 m in length, 80 m in x_width) and children’s slope. Yangpyeong Hanwha Resort provides convenience to family members with comfortable accommodation facilities as well as other convenient services that other resorts do not provide.
441, Gwangnaru-ro, Gwangjin-gu, Seoul
The Korean Children's Center, located in Neung-dong in the Gwangjin-gu, Seoul, has a many subsidiary facilities as well as its excellent snow sledding field. The center has something for the entire family, offering various performances and recreation activities.
200, Duryugongwon-ro, Dalseo-gu, Daegu
Daegu E-World has several types of sledding hills such as the bell-shaped sledding hill, snow jet sledding hill and the children’s sledding hill. The bell-shaped sledding hill measures 150 m in length and 20 m in x_width and allows as many as 30 people to start off at the same time. The best thrills can be felt at the 120m-long and 20m-wide snow jet sledding hill, which is a newly-introduced attraction. The children’s sledding hill is operated with safety as its focus and lets the whole family experience fun in the snow. Visitors can also enjoy sledding in the hot summer season on a grassy hill sprinkled with cool water.
181, Gwangmyeong-ro, Gwacheon-si, Gyeonggi-do
Seoulland Sledding Hills offers two slopes, one for children (50 m long) and another for adults (120 m long). Amenities include food stands that sell various foods, including eomuk (fish cake) soup, resting lounge and medical office. Various performances are also prepared to entertain visitors at the main stage nearby the sledding hill.
137, Mihang-ro, Maryang-myeon, Gangjin-gun, Jeollanam-do
Maryang Port, situated on the southwestern coast of Korea, is a well-known place to catch a view of the sunrise. The port has long been an important haven for fishing boats sailing in the west sea. The dried laver produced in this area is known to be among the best of its kind and was served to the kings during the Joseon Dynasty. It is now one of the main means of livelihood for the fishing village. Maryang Port is also famous for its Gizzard Shad Festival which takes place in autumn.
5-20, Gitdaebong-gil, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
Located in Deokhyeon-ri, Sang-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, Gapyeong Sledding Hills is close to Jojongcheon Stream and clean valleys. It operates water sledding hills during summer and ice sledding hills during winter to give a fun experience to children. Spanning the area of 9,780㎡, it is comprised of varied slopes, moving walkways, snack bar, restaurant, resting area, changing room, shower facility, outdoor swimming pool for children and adults, shaded shelter and other subsidiary facilities. It is the sole leisure experience area for families located in the metropolitan area.
939, Anyangcheon-ro, Yangcheon-gu, Seoul
Mokdong Ice Rink was built with international competitions in mind so many national and international competitions are held here. Normally, it is open to both the public and athletes as a regular ice rink to enjoy skating. When there are games, events or competitions, it also serves as a professional skating arena.
90, Minsokchon-ro, Giheung-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do
The Korean Folk Village Sledding Hills has two slopes, one for adults and another for children. Visitors to the Korean Folk Village can enjoy various cultural events as well as sledding in winer.