Entrance of Bulgeun Oreum, Gasi-ri, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
Saryeoni Forest Trail cuts through the dense Japanese cedar forest growing between Mulchat Oreum and Saryeoni Oreum, starting from the entrance on Regional Road 1112. While the vast majority of the trees growing here are Japanese cedar, visitors can also see Japanese oak, birch, snowbell trees, and cypress trees along this 550 meter-long trail. The forest trail is known as one of Jeju's top 31 hidden attractions, and is well-known as being very protected. It is very popular among tourists who enjoy hiking and the outdoors.
174, Buljeong-gil, Mungyeong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Zipline Korea built a zip-line facility in Buljeong Recreational Forest in Mungyeong, Gyeongsangbuk-do under strict supervision and design by professional engineers after going through several years overseas field survey. Visitors can enjoy the zipline regardless of weather conditions all year around. Take part in this internationally popular eco adventure to get rid of your stress.
187, Mangyang-ro, Yeosu-si, Jeollanam-do
Yeosu Ocean Railbike is
comprised of a 3.5 kilometer-long open track that follows the
rocky coast of Yeosu. Passing through the open air as well as a tunnel
section, it is a unique and exciting experience
anyone can enjoy at a leisurely pace. The track and rail bikes undergo regular
safety inspections, meaning it's a completely safe way to enjoy Yeosu's beautiful
17, Jeongdongyeok-gil, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do
The Jeongdongjin Rail Bike is one of the must-try experiences when you are traveling in Gangwon-do. Departing from Jeongdongjin Station, ride on the rail bike and feel the fresh air from the sea that is just alongside the railway tracks.
420, Dongbu-daero, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Jeonju Hanok Rail Bike runs along an abandoned section of railroad on the Ajung Line near Jeonju Hanok Village, one of Korea’s largest landmarks, attracting 10 million visitors a year. The course runs approximately 3.4km from Silli to Waemangsil at a speed of about 15 to 20 km per hour.
Jeonju Hanok Rail Bike is the first rail to run through the city along the entire route. Fun programs are prepared for individuals, groups of family or company, field trips, experiential study and other varied events. The rail bikes are available to enjoy all year round and the rail park houses varied subsidiary facilities including a photo zone, and Ajung Dabang (cafe) whose main menu is Ajung latte and strawberry slush. Jeonju's new type of fun activity and sole Hanok rail bike in Jeollabuk-do welcome all kinds of visitors to give a memorable time.
84, Haeundaehaebyeon-ro, Haeundae-gu, Busan
Suyeong Bay Yachting Center is located between Gwangalli and Haeundae and was built in 1986 as an international scale stadium, used during the ‘86 Asian Games and the ‘88 Seoul Olympics. It is able to anchor 448 yachts, thought to be a large size, and it has the proper natural environment for yachting so as to be the venue of various domestic and international yacht contests, becoming a popular yacht site for lovers of yachting and ocean sports.
80, Hwalgongjang-gil, Mungyeong-eup, Mungyeong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
“Human-powered gliders” refer to gliders under 50kg that can be operated by shifting one’s weight; this include devices such as hang gliders and paragliders. Paragliding, despite its short history, is the most popular type of human-powered glider.
Mungyeong Flying Land, a top paragliding facility, is conveniently located in Mungyeong, which offers excellent conditions for this amazing sport. Mungyeong’s geography creates an excellent updraft and steady winds, and the area’s total absence of high-tension wires means plenty of wide-open space for a safe landing.
Mungyeong Flying Land is surrounded by outstanding mountains (Juheulsan, Joryeongsan, and Seongjubong) giving visitors a unique and exciting flying experience. Nearby attractions include Mungyeong Spa, Mungyeongsaejae, Mungyeong KBS Drama Studio, Mungyeong Coal Museum, and more.
* Flying Site
- Location: Goyo-ri, Mungyeong-eup, Mungyeong, Gyeongsangbuk-do
(North Latitude 36˚44´03˝ / Longitude 36˚44´03)
- Opened on November 21, 1998
- Take-off Sites
1) No. 1 Take-off Site: 730m above sea level and 3,500㎡ in area
2) No. 2 Take-off Site: 866m above sea level and 6,800㎡ in area
- Landing Sites
1) No. 1 Landing Site: 220m above sea level and 13,000㎡ in area
2) No. 2 Landing Site: 165m above sea level and 10,000㎡ in area
3) No. 3 Landing Site: 150m above sea level and 15,000㎡ in area
1383, Gimyujeong-ro, Chuncheon-si, Gangwon-do
When the Gyeongchun Line, a double-tracked railway line connecting Seoul and Chuncheon, opened on December 20, 2010, it replaced the Mugunghwa train that traveled this route for 70 years. Built on the discontinued train line, Gangchon Rail Park is a popular tourist attraction where visitors can pedal along old railroad tracks while taking in the lovely Bukhangang River scenery.
25, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul
Situated in Jamsil-dong (Songpa-gu), the Seoul Sports Complex was completed in December 1976. Seoul Olympic Stadium, the centerpiece of the Seoul Sports Complex (also called Jamsil Sports Complex) is surrounded by the housing complex for athletes, Jamsil Apartment Complex, Hangang River, and Tancheon Stream. Olympic Park is located 3.5km from the stadium.
Close to the Sports Complex Station (on Subway Line No. 2), the complex is easily accessible to the public. The complex is also home to a baseball stadium, two swimming centers, an indoor sports facility, a supplementary track field, and an indoor sports facility for students. A large park frequently hosts wedding ceremonies.
Seoul Olympic Stadium has hosted some of the biggest global sporting events including the 10th Asian Games and the 24th Seoul Olympics. Naturally, it has attracted millions of visitors to its various sporting events. In recent years, it has been a popular venue for giant concerts, events, and, of course, sporting events.
6, Cheongpungho-ro 50-gil, Cheongpung-myeon, Jecheon-si, Chungcheongbuk-do
Cheongpung Land was created in 2002 near Cheongpunghoban Lake (Chungjuho Lake) in Cheongpung-myeon, Jecheon-si, Chungcheongbuk-do. It features beautiful scenery and the maximum use of practical space to build Korea’s first multi-tower. Based on planning, constructing, and test runs, it is operated by Over Class Inc. which is consigned by Jecheon-si. The multi-tower’s three main facilities are a 62-meter Bungee Jump, Korea’s first-ever Ejection Seat, and Big Swing. The bungee jump highlights safety by adding a safety line to the gear to prevent falling accidents caused by breaking of the bungee cord rubber.
6221, Naerincheon-ro, Inje-gun, Gangwon-do
Rafting is a challenging recreational activity in which a team of six to eight people navigates fast-flowing rivers. Rafting not only offers excitement, but also gives an overview of the natural landscape. Training for rafting provides participants with an opportunity to gain self-confidence, learn to cooperate with their teammates, and relieve stress.
Naerincheon Stream in particular is considered one of the top three rafting spots in Korea along with the Hantangang River and Donggang River. Consisting of over ten rapid sub-streams, Naerincheon is the only stream in Korea that runs from south to north.
The stream stretches over 6km from Wondaegyo to Gosari Resting Spot; its narrow x_width and pointed rocks offer one of the most exciting and challenging rafting experiences. Rafts are often turned upside down, and each sub-stream is connected to the others, offering little time for rafters to make each maneuver.
Naerincheon Stream Rafting is also known for its excellent amenities, like its modern shower facilities with warm water.
2312, Yumyeong-ro, Seorak-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
River Land, located on the banks of Cheongpyeongho Lake, offers an exciting 50m bungee jump site. Take a leap into the beautiful backdrops of the natural scenery and the clear waters of Cheongpyeong Lake. River Land is different from other bungee jump sites as it uses the 10m-deep waters of Cheongpyeong Lake as a safety precaution rather than the usual air mats, for increased security. River Land also has a variety of water leisure sports, such as waterskiing, wakeboarding, jetskis, banana boat, peanut boat and more, as well as lessons for beginners.