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Zipline Mungyeong (짚라인 문경)

Zipline Mungyeong (짚라인 문경)

33059     2019-11-27

174, Buljeong-gil, Mungyeong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-1588-5219

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.

Seoul Sports Complex (Jamsil Sports Complex) (서울종합운동장(잠실종합운동장))

Seoul Sports Complex (Jamsil Sports Complex) (서울종합운동장(잠실종합운동장))

105918     2019-11-27

25, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul
+82-2-2240-8741

Situated in Jamsil-dong, 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 3.5 kilometers from the stadium.

Close to the Sports Complex Station, 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. The 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.

Cheongpung Land (청풍랜드)

Cheongpung Land (청풍랜드)

83423     2019-11-27

6, Cheongpungho-ro 50-gil, Jecheon-si, Chungcheongbuk-do

Cheongpung Land was created in 2002 near 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 cosigned 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.

Jeongdongjin Rail Bike (정동진 레일바이크)

Jeongdongjin Rail Bike (정동진 레일바이크)

7408     2019-11-26

17, Jeongdongyeok-gil, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do
+82-33-655-7786

The Jeongdongjin Rail Bike is one of the must-try leisure activities in Gangwon-do. Departing from Jeongdongjin Station, a ride on the rail bike offers an experience to enjoy the cool breeze from the sea right along the railway tracks.

Eden Valley Ski Resort (에덴밸리스키장 (에덴밸리리조트))

Eden Valley Ski Resort (에덴밸리스키장 (에덴밸리리조트))

61315     2019-11-25

1206, Eosil-ro, Wondong-myeon, Yangsan-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
+82-55-379-8000

Located in Yangsan, Gyeongsangnam-do, Eden Valley Resort ski slopes have been scientifically designed to disperse skiers and prevent overcrowding. Various slope types are available for skiers and snowboarders of diverse skill levels. Visitors can enjoy winter leisure sports in this international-standard ski resort.

Yangji Pine Resort Ski Valley (양지파인리조트스키장)

Yangji Pine Resort Ski Valley (양지파인리조트스키장)

106471     2019-11-25

112, Nampyeong-ro, Yangji-myeon, Cheoin-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do
+82-31-338-2001

Yangji Pine Resort is an all-season recreational complex located in the magnificent Dokjosan Mountain in Gyeonggi-do. The resort offers offers numerous ski runs. The Avec Course is particularly popular with experienced skiers, while the Snow Park Course offers various obstacle courses (for both skiers and snowboarders). Yangji Pine Resort’s top rated run is the Challenger Course, where the yearly National Alpine Ski Competition takes place. Many diverse events are held at the resort involving skiers and snowboarders, such as training courses, snowboarding competitions, and snowboarding shows featuring professional snowboarders.

Recently, the main route to the resort, Yeongdong Highway, has been expanded, and the resort’s main facilities and condominiums have all been remodeled as well to better accommodate the guests.

Yongpyong Ski Resort (용평리조트 스키장)

Yongpyong Ski Resort (용평리조트 스키장)

220077     2019-11-22

715, Olympic-ro, Daegwanryeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
+82-1588-0009

Yongpyong Resort is situated at the center of Korea’s Baekdudaegan Mountain Range, and sees an average of 250 centimeters of snowfall per season, which makes for excellent skiing conditions. Not only that, the resort’s enormous seventeen million square meter complex includes a 45-hole golf course, gondolas, swimming pool, and other facilities. This all-season recreational complex allows visitors to escape from daily life and relax.

Yongpyong Resort has an impressive ski slopes, including the popular Rainbow Slopes, and offers excellent facilities for skiers. The resort's Dragon Plaza offers a variety of services for skiers and snowboarders.

Yongpyong Resort has hosted a number of international competitions, including the World Cup Ski Competition and the Asian Winter Games. It is consequently one of the most popular ski resorts in Korea, and is frequented by many tourists.

Accommodation options include condominiums, a hotel, and a youth hostel.

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 7] Mud Flats Trail ([강화 나들길 제7코스] 갯벌보러 가는 길)

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 7] Mud Flats Trail ([강화 나들길 제7코스] 갯벌보러 가는 길)

3086     2019-11-22

24, Cheonghadong-gil, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon
+82-32-934-1906

Nadeul-gil means a leisurely outing (nadeuri) road. Comprised of 19 courses in total, the Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Trails offers a variety of historical assets and cultural sites to see. Each Nadeul-gil course connects Ganghwa Fortress outposts that are located every 1.3 km on high ground along the walking paths.

The trails are on the island of Ganghwa which holds many Goryeo Dynasty remains that are important to Korean history. Fortresses that stood against Mongolian invasions are still standing and many of the Goryeo Kingdom’s palaces and royal tomb sites are also found in Ganghwa region.

Exploring the major cultural heritage sites dispersed throughout the town can be just as fun as exploring Ganghwa’s natural beauty. The sunset from the west coast, expansive open mud flats, views from Marisan and Goryeosan Mountains and the peaceful farming villages are just a handful of the sights along this walking trail.

The establishment of Ganghwa Nadeul-gil begins with the ancient scholar Go Jae-hyeong (pen name Hwanam), who left his hometown on a spring day in 1906 when the peach trees were in full bloom. He walked through more than 100 villages around the whole island. Back home, he composed poems about his journey and published them under the title of “Simdo Gihaeng (Simdo Travels),” Simdo being another name for Ganghwa. During his travels, he sang songs of his hometown. Thanks to his work, people can now follow in the footsteps of Hwanam and his appreciation of the beautiful scenery and great people of Ganghwa Island.

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 7] Mud Flats Trail
Course 7 stretches over a 20.8km loop from Hwado Parking Lot to Mud Fflat Research Center and back. The trail leads through a tunnel of green leaves before opening out onto the mud flat. The mud flat is one of the world's top five mud flats and presents a beautiful view of the ocean and mountains. Bird-watchers will love the chance to see migratory birds fly through each winter.

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 6] Birthplace of Hwanam Trail ([강화 나들길 제6코스] 화남생가 가는 길)

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 6] Birthplace of Hwanam Trail ([강화 나들길 제6코스] 화남생가 가는 길)

2036     2019-11-22

24, Cheonghadong-gil, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon
+82-32-934-1906

Nadeul-gil means a leisurely outing (nadeuri) road. Comprised of 19 courses in total, the Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Trails offers a variety of historical assets and cultural sites to see. Each Nadeul-gil course connects Ganghwa Fortress outposts that are located every 1.3 km on high ground along the walking paths.

The trails are on the island of Ganghwa which holds many Goryeo Dynasty remains that are important to Korean history. Fortresses that stood against Mongolian invasions are still standing and many of the Goryeo Kingdom’s palaces and royal tomb sites are also found in Ganghwa region.

Exploring the major cultural heritage sites dispersed throughout the town can be just as fun as exploring Ganghwa’s natural beauty. The sunset from the west coast, expansive open mud flats, views from Marisan and Goryeosan Mountains and the peaceful farming villages are just a handful of the sights along this walking trail.

The establishment of Ganghwa Nadeul-gil begins with the ancient scholar Go Jae-hyeong (pen name Hwanam), who left his hometown on a spring day in 1906 when the peach trees were in full bloom. He walked through more than 100 villages around the whole island. Back home, he composed poems about his journey and published them under the title of “Simdo Gihaeng (Simdo Travels),” Simdo being another name for Ganghwa. During his travels, he sang songs of his hometown. Thanks to his work, people can now follow in the footsteps of Hwanam and his appreciation of the beautiful scenery and great people of Ganghwa Island.

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 6] Birthplace of Hwanam Trail
Course 6 stretches over an 18.8km area between Ganghwa Bus Terminal and Gwangseongbo Reservoir. The trail passes through fields and forests. Hwanam's hometown is so beautiful, people often say all the flowers that grow in the world can be found here.

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 5] Gobigogae-gil Trail ([강화 나들길 제5코스] 고비고개길)

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 5] Gobigogae-gil Trail ([강화 나들길 제5코스] 고비고개길)

2358     2019-11-22

24, Cheonghadong-gil, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon
+82-32-934-1906

Nadeul-gil means a leisurely outing (nadeuri) road. Comprised of 19 courses in total, the Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Trail offers a variety of historical assets and cultural sites to see. Each Nadeul-gil course connects Ganghwa Fortress outposts that are located every 1.3 km on high ground along the walking paths.

The trails are on the island of Ganghwa which holds many Goryeo Dynasty remains that are important to Korean history. Fortresses that stood against Mongolian invasions are still standing and many of the Goryeo Kingdom’s palaces and royal tomb sites are also found in Ganghwa region.

Exploring the major cultural heritage sites dispersed throughout the town can be just as fun as exploring Ganghwa’s natural beauty. The sunset from the west coast, expansive open mud flats, views from Marisan and Goryeosan Mountains and the peaceful farming villages are just a handful of the sights along this walking trail.

The establishment of Ganghwa Nadeul-gil begins with the ancient scholar Go Jae-hyeong (pen name Hwanam), who left his hometown on a spring day in 1906 when the peach trees were in full bloom. He walked through more than 100 villages around the whole island. Back home, he composed poems about his journey and published them under the title of “Simdo Gihaeng (Simdo Travels),” Simdo being another name for Ganghwa. During his travels, he sang songs of his hometown. Thanks to his work, people can now follow in the footsteps of Hwanam and his appreciation of the beautiful scenery and great people of Ganghwa Island.

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 5] Gobigogae-gil Trail
Course 5 stretches over an 20.2km area between Ganghwa Bus Terminal and Oepo Passenger Terminal. This trail is a restoration of the path crossing the low mountain, walked on by past generations when visiting Ganghwa Market.

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 4] Sunset Village Trail ([강화 나들길 제4코스] 해가 지는 마을 길)

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 4] Sunset Village Trail ([강화 나들길 제4코스] 해가 지는 마을 길)

2687     2019-11-22

24, Cheonghadong-gil, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon
+82-32-934-1906

Nadeul-gil means a leisurely outing (nadeuri) road. Comprised of 19 courses in total, the Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Trail offers a variety of historical assets and cultural sites to see. Each Nadeul-gil course connects Ganghwa Fortress outposts that are located every 1.3 km on high ground along the walking paths.

The trails are on the island of Ganghwa which holds many Goryeo Dynasty remains that are important to Korean history. Fortresses that stood against Mongolian invasions are still standing and many of the Goryeo Kingdom’s palaces and royal tomb sites are also found in Ganghwa region.

Exploring the major cultural heritage sites dispersed throughout the town can be just as fun as exploring Ganghwa’s natural beauty. The sunset from the west coast, expansive open mud flats, views from Marisan and Goryeosan Mountains and the peaceful farming villages are just a handful of the sights along this walking trail.

The establishment of Ganghwa Nadeul-gil begins with the ancient scholar Go Jae-hyeong (pen name Hwanam), who left his hometown on a spring day in 1906 when the peach trees were in full bloom. He walked through more than 100 villages around the whole island. Back home, he composed poems about his journey and published them under the title of “Simdo Gihaeng (Simdo Travels),” Simdo being another name for Ganghwa. During his travels, he sang songs of his hometown. Thanks to his work, people can now follow in the footsteps of Hwanam and his appreciation of the beautiful scenery and great people of Ganghwa Island.

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 4] Sunset Village Trail
Course 4 stretches over an 11.5km area between Gareung Tomb and Mangyangdondae Fortification. This trail is especially popular among couples thanks to the romantic views of the sunset along the way. Other views include farming communities and fish markets.

Gangneung Curling Center (강릉컬링센터 (강릉실내빙상장))

761     2019-11-26

32, Jonghabundongjang-gil, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do

Gangneung Curling Center is an ice skating link that served as the venue for curling games during 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics. Located on the basement of the curling center, visitors to the ice rink can enjoy skating at an affordable price.