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Gimchanggwon Seolleongtang(김창권설렁탕)

Gimchanggwon Seolleongtang(김창권설렁탕)

0m    42     2021-04-10

59, Suho-ro, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-858-0083

It is a place that sells Korean health food soup. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do. The representative menu is ox bone soup.

Yedam (예닮)

Yedam (예닮)

13.4 Km    70     2021-03-30

78-28, Gwiyeori-gil, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-842-3131

A restaurant frequently introduced in Korean gourmet programs. The best menu at this restaurant is set menu with grilled salted mackerel. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do.

Bap Jal Haneun Jip (밥잘하는집)

Bap Jal Haneun Jip (밥잘하는집)

13.4 Km    65     2021-03-26

31, Gwiyeori-gil, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-852-0010

It is a place where you can enjoy various Korean dishes. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do. The representative menu is beefbulgogi.

La Forêt Hakgasan Urae (학가산자연휴양림)

13.8 Km    19940     2020-12-08

San 60, Urae-ri, Bomun-myeon, Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-652-0114

La forêt Hakgasan Urae est située au mont Hakgasan (882 mètres d'altitude) à Yecheon dans la province de Gyeongsangbuk-do. Elle est facilement accessible par la route qui longe la rivière.

Vous y trouverez des cabanes en bois pour y passer la nuit. Un sentier mène au sommet du Mont Kakgasan à environ deux heures de marche. On y trouve aussi un site pour le feu de camp, une scène de spectacle, un terrain de jeu pour enfants, une salle de sport et un parc aquatique.

Centre astro-spatial de Yecheon (예천천문우주센터)

Centre astro-spatial de Yecheon (예천천문우주센터)

13.9 Km    6721     2021-04-23

1078, Chunghyo-ro, Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-654-1710

Le centre astro-spatial de Yecheon dans la province du Gyeongsangbuk-do est la première installation de Corée sur le thème des étoiles et de l’espace. Les visiteurs peuvent y étudier les corps célestes à l’observatoire des étoiles de Yecheon, s’essayer à une simulation de l’entraînement des astronautes au Centre d’expérience spatial de Yecheon et découvrir l’histoire de l’astronomie et du ciel dans le parc de l’astronomie.

A l’observatoire des étoiles de Yecheon, vous pourrez contempler le soleil de jour ou de nuit et examiner les planètes, les nébuleuses, les amas d’étoiles et les galaxies à travers un puissant téléscope. Au planétarium, des films sur le thème des constellations sont projetés sur le plafond en forme de dôme de l’observatoire.

Au centre d’expérience spatial de Yecheon, faites le plein de sensations fortes dans le simulateur de force gravitationnelle, bondissez sur la chaise de la randonnée sur la lune, ressentez le vertige de la gravité zéro dans le simulateur multi-axe, et flottez dans l’espace grâce au système de propulsion MMU (Manned Maneuvering Unit). Si vous préférez une expérience moins mouvementée, essayez le cinéma en 4D.

Au premier étage de l’observatoire des étoiles et du centre d’expérience spatial se trouvent des logements vous permettant de prolonger votre visite pour une ultime expérience dans l’espace ! Un séjour de deux jours et une nuit vous donnera l’occasion de tirer pleinement parti des observations spatiales, des réunions et des opérations du télescope, des conférences d’astronomie et bien plus !

En plus de ses activités en intérieur, le centre spatial vous donne également une occasion unique de voler en hélicoptère, dans l’un des quatre appareils disponibles pour ce programme. Le centre astro-spatial prévoir enfin de dévoiler un programme privé de voyage dans l’espace en 2014, le deuxième de ce genre au monde ! Cette initiative coïncide avec un autre programme passionant, la présentation de Lynx, une navette spatiale suborbitale pouvant accueillir deux personnes, produite par la compagnie américaine Xcor.

Hakbongjongtaek [Korea Quality] / 학봉종택 [한국관광 품질인증]

Hakbongjongtaek [Korea Quality] / 학봉종택 [한국관광 품질인증]

15.4 Km    5944     2020-09-10

2830-6, Pungsantaesa-ro Seohu-myeon, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-852-2087, +82-10-6811-1106

'Hakbong Head House is the head house of the Uiseong Kim clan and was originally built near Sogyeseodang Village School by Kim Gwang-chan, an 8th-generation descendant of Hakbong Kim Seong-il, in 1762. In 1964, the house was moved to its current location. The main building (bonchae) was extended from a ‘ㅁ’-shaped structure to a ‘巳’–shape structure. The anchae (women’s quarters) consists of a daecheong (main floored room) measuring 2-kan (a unit of measurement referring to the distance between two columns) on the right, an anbang measuring 2-kan on the left, and kitchen at the end. The upper part of the low-ceilinged kitchen has a gobang (storeroom) in which household goods used to be stored. The daecheong is large compared to the overall size of the house because head houses usually held many ancestral rites. The Hakbong Head House has an impressive modern garden that was created during construction work carried out when the house was relocated after the Japanese colonial era. The well-maintained garden with its fantastically-shaped trees and rocks also serves as a venue for musical concerts on a regular basis. Guests will surely be fascinated to find out about the history of the people who once inhabited this house and dedicated themselves to the country in times of trouble.

Terminal Andong

Terminal Andong

15.6 Km    9061     2016-09-05

247-32 Unheung-dong Andong-si Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-1688-8228 (Korean)

Chunujae House [Korea Quality] / 춘우재고택 [한국관광 품질인증]

Chunujae House [Korea Quality] / 춘우재고택 [한국관광 품질인증]

15.8 Km    5479     2020-12-10

101, Matjil-gil, Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-655-1717

Chunujaegotaek is an architectural house from the late Joseon period built by Gwon Jin (1568 - 1620). He was the grandson of Gwon Ui, the 10th generation of Gwon Su Hong who, in turn, is the founder of Bokyagongpa. Chunu is the name of Chunu Gwongjin which means “spring rain comes.” Is it because of the name? When rain drops fall on the Chunujae house, the fragrance of the hanok becomes more evident. In the yard are different fruit trees, peepal trees, and chrysanthemums. In particular, the chrysanthemums planted in front of the stone wall are natives to Korea and have witnessed the history of the house. Every year, the chrysanthemum petals are collected for tea brewing and the branches are soaked to make alcohol. A small stream runs outside the house, which makes for a pleasant sound. Staying in the hanok makes life elegant, restful, and idyllic. Currently, Gwon Chang Yong and his wife, the heir of the family, are living in the main room of the main building, maintaining the house. Unwilling to send off guests without meals, they provide breakfast. There are seven rooms in total but accommodation is only allowed on 2-3 floors in summer. Traditional Korean paste making experience is also conducted by Mrs. Gwon. A group of 10 or more is required to make a reservation in advance. Experience program varies depending on the season.

Le Village Hoeryongpo (회룡포)

Le Village Hoeryongpo (회룡포)

16.4 Km    15886     2020-12-05

92-16 Hoeryong-gil, Yonggung-myeon, Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-653-6696

Le village de Hoeryongpo (회룡포) est entouré par la rivière Naeseongcheon et la rivière Nakdonggang. Le village offre offre de beaux paysages sur la rivière avec des courbes élégantes. Pour profiter des vues panoramique, il faut se diriger au temple Jangansa ou la colline Hoeryongdae sur le mont Biryongsan. Les eaux sont cristallines et les plages sont couvertes de sable blanc. Il y a environ 7 ans, on pouvait trouver 20 ménages dans dans ce village, mais aujourd’hui il en reste seulement 9. Comptez au moins une heure pour visiter le village tout entier. Il fut par ailleurs rendu célèbre dans la série télévisée à succès “Automne dans mon coeur” (“Autumn in My Heart“ (2002)).

Sources thermales de Yecheon (예천온천)

Sources thermales de Yecheon (예천온천)

16.4 Km    5200     2020-04-29

27, Oncheon-gil, Yecheon-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-650-6588

Les Sources thermales Yecheon sont l'une des trois sources thermales de la région du Gyeongsangbuk-do avec les sources thermales Punggi et Mungyeong. Vous pourrez vous rendre aux sites touristiques à Yeongju et Bonghwa, situés non loin. Les sources thermales Yecheon ouvrirent le 24 mars 2000. Ses eaux possèdent des vertus bénéfiques pour la peau et des propriétés anti-viellissement.

Dongseongnu (동성루)

Dongseongnu (동성루)

16.4 Km    66     2021-03-31

6-2, Hwangtomaeul, 1-gil, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-852-1254

A place where you can enjoy a variety of Chinese dishes. This restaurant's signature menu is noodles in nlack nean sauce. This Chinese (cuisine) restaurant is located in Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do.

Jukheon Traditional House[Korea Quality] / 죽헌고택 [한국관광 품질인증]

Jukheon Traditional House[Korea Quality] / 죽헌고택 [한국관광 품질인증]

16.5 Km    513     2020-12-10

24, Taejangjukheon-gil, Seohu-myeon, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-10-5217-2174

Located near Bongjeongsa Temple in Andong, Gyeongbuk, the Historic House of Jukheon (Gyeongsangbuk-do Folk Cultural Heritage No. 146) was built in 1886 by renowned independence fighter Kim Ga-jin (1846-1922) and sold to Yi Hyeon-chan (courtesy name: Jukheon) in 1890. The house is now used as the shrine (Jaesa) of his family. It would be a great cultural experience for anybody to welcome the rising sun at a historic building such as this. Meeting the sunrise from this historical heritage is sure to be the highlight of one’s trip. The house follows the square layout characteristic to the late Joseon period houses. The house itself is surrounded by old pine trees that add to the charm of the house.

Jukheon Traditional House has four Korean traditional rooms, namely the 2-person Jukheon Gallery, Study, Elisabeth Room and the 4-person Jukheon Dongnong Room. The house demonstrates the traditional beauty of Korean houses like the wooden platform hall built upon the stone foundations, screens, and roofs with exposed beam. The screens open to the view of the stone fence and the mountains far away. Elizabeth Room was constructed to commemorate the visit of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of United Kingdom to UNESCO World Heritage site Bongjeongsa Temple in 1999. ‘Queen Elizabeth Road’ stretches from the Jukheon Traditional House to the Bongjeongsa Temple, allowing the guests to trace Her Majesty’s visit with their own steps. A mill with a thatched roof, located to the side of the complex, allows the guests to experience the traditional stepping mill. The pillar of the mill building is adorned with flags from all over the world, testifying to the many international visitors who have stayed at the house. Guests can also enjoy a free breakfast of toast, coffee, and other simple fare on the open hall of the building.