2, Gongyangwang-gil, Samcheok-si, Gangwon-do
Samcheok Ocean Railbike is Korea's one and only ocean rai lbike facility that offers a landscape view of black pines and bizarre rocks merged together. Its double-tracked route of 5.4 kilometers follows the beautiful shoreline of the East Sea with a tunnel along its way that entertains bikers with fascinating luminarie and laser shows, giving one the feeling of passing through a mysterious underwater tunnel. The railbike course is perfect to enjoy unique and memorable experiences for families, friends and couples.
344, World cup-daero, Yeonje-gu, Busan
Established in 1986, the Busan Sports Complex features the main stadium, Sajik indoor swimming pool, an indoor gymnasium, Sajik Baseball Ground, and an athletes' training center. The main stadium was the venue for the 2002 Asian Games and several matches during the 2002 FIFA World Cup. The Busan Sports Complex regularly hosts international sporting and cultural events, while providing excellent facilities for personal as well as group training.
160, Yeouiseo-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul
Located behind the National Assembly building, Seoul Marina Club & Yacht presents a beautiful landscape with the Hanggang River surrounding the marina. Night yacht tour provides a special experience with the nightscape of Seoul and the Seoul Marina Club & Yacht provides the only helicopter tour in Seoul.
78-4, Seopsae-gil, Yeongwol-gun, Gangwon-do
Yundaechun Rafting offers group rafting, survival games, and ATV on Korea's most beautiful and challenging waters of the Donggang River.
1383, Gimyujeong-ro, Chuncheon-si, Gangwon-do
After Gyeongchun Subway Line opened, the old train tracks turned into a rail bike park. Gangchon Rail Park starts next to Gimyujeong Station and offers various attractions including large book photo zone, café, zipwire and more. The total course of the rail bike is 8.5 kilometers long with 6 kilometers on rail bike and last 2.5 kilometers on a train. Most of the track is downhill for an easy ride with a beautiful view of mountains, fields, and a river. With an additional fee, visitors can enjoy the VR experience section of the ride. After riding the final section on a train along the Bukhangang River, riders will take the shuttle bus back to the original location. There are also a 7.2-kilometer-long Gyeonggang Railbike that starts from Gyeonggang Station at a separate charge.
5-11, Jamdu-gil, Muju-gun, Jeollabuk-do
Muju Rafting resort is located on the upper Geumgang River and offers rafting, survival game, hiking, and fishing programs. The area is over 9,900 ㎡ in size and can accommodate lodging for up to 200 guests.
129, Jangamdong-gil, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
Paragliding is controlled by the power of body weight. Hang gliding and paragliding are both included in manpowered gliders, which refers to gliders weighing less than 50 kilograms in dead weight. Paragliding has the shortest history among air sports, but is the most popular manpower glider.
Anyone can enjoy paragliding and after a 3 to 4-hour training course, participants can take off from a 50 meter steep hill. The total weight of the glide is just 10 kilograms, light enough to carry on one’s back, and carris very little danger if riders follow proper precautions.
Jangamsan Paragliding Field is located near Pyeongchang and the mountain is mainly comprised of stones, making it possible for people to enjoy a real thermal flight experience. The field is suitable for families who wish to enjoy camping with paragliding. The landing field is situated along the Pyeongchanggang River, which is also available for swimming after the flight. The river has a spacious pool on both upstream and downstream, making it a perfect venue for safety clinic education as well.
200, Duryugongwon-ro, Dalseo-gu, Daegu
E-World is a European-style theme park that comprises a Tower and Park. The park is visited by over 3 million visitors every year, placing the attraction as an entertainment landmark that represents the southern region. E-World's sledding hill can be enjoyed year round, with a grassy sledding hill in summer and snowy sledding slopes in winter.
Okcheon-eup, Okcheon-gun, Chungcheongbuk-do
Okcheon Hyangsu Baengni (100-ri) Bike Road is a bicycle path located along the riverside of Geumgang River, where one can enjoy the beauty of Daecheongho Lake and the spirit of poetry in the hometown of Jeong Jiyong, one of Korea's modern poets. Visitors can also stop at Jeong Jiyong Birth House & Literature Library and Janggye Tourist Park by biking along National Highway Route 37, which is famous for cherry blossoms. This bicycle path is relatively easy to travel on and is suitable for beginners. It became even more popular after being featured on the TV show "1 Night 2 Days."
505, Misa-daero, Hanam-si, Gyeonggi-do
Misari Speedboat Park was created for use in rowing and sailing competition during the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games. The park features various other sports facilities around the lake, including a 5 kilometer-long bike course, soccer fields and footvolley courts. Other amenities include pavilions and snack bars, making this place loved by locals as a place to relax and play.
277, Yongmun-ro, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
Using a long abandoned railway, the Yangpyeong Rail Bike offers a unique bike ride at the speed of 15 kilometers per hour from Yongmun to Wondeok. This 3.2 kilometer long journey passes along a gleaming river and tree covered mountains. The bike ride delivers picturesque scenery all year round: blooming flowers in spring with the light green buds blossoming on the trees, the flush greens of summer time, vivid autumnal tones coloring the ridge of Yongmunsan Mountain, and the clean white snowflakes resting delicately on the limbs of trees.
35-7, Gonghang-gil 127beon-gil, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do
As “Ara” means ocean and "nabi" means butterfly in Korean, Aranabi conveys an image of butterflies flying over the ocean. Aranabi Zipline offers a zipline from18 meter-high tower and flies 300 meters across the ocean.
Popular as an eco-tourism activit in diverse countries from the United States to Australia and European countries, ziplines can be enjoyed year-round by people of various ages. Visitors can be assured of their safety as the company has already applied for two patents related to safety, passed safety tests required by the Korea Transportation Safety Authority, and offers a comprehensive liability insurance package.
There are many attractions nearby including Namhangjin Beach, trekking course, Anmok Coffee Street and more.