• Pyeongchang
  • Chun-cheon
  • Won-ju
  • Gangneung


Healing Tour

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    1. Odaesan National Park (Woljeongsa Temple)

    Odaesan National Park encompasses Woljeongsa temple and Sangwon temple, and is home to many rare animals and vegetation. There are five peaks on the mountain, giving it the name 'O (5) Daesan'. It is a rounded soil mountain that reveals a unique form of femininity. Join the nature guide program and experience the welcoming ecosystem of Mt. Odaesan.
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    2. Daegwallyeong Sheep Herd Ranch

    The bucolic scenery where 200 white sheep graze in a pasture of about 62,000 pyeong reminds us of a scene from a TV soap opera. Sunsets are beyond words.

Adventure Tour

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    3. Hyoseok Literature Forest Park

    This space is for experiencing culture in the forest, the backdrop used in ‘When Buckwheat Flowers Bloom,’ a novel written by Lee Hyoseok and a space for learning about nature under the theme of fiction.

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    4. Jangamsan Paragliding

    The Pyeongchang Paragliding Park is on the U-shaped ridge of Jangamsan Mountain, situated from north to south, and is not excessively steep or intimidating. This paragliding site is suitable for riders of all skill levels.


Romance Tour

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    1. Gangchon Rail Park

    The Gangchon Rail Park was opened in August 2012 and serves three stops: Kimyujeong Station, Gangchon Station and Gyeonggang Station.
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    2. Kim Yu-jeong Literature Village

    Come experience the home, barn, treadmill, rest area, exhibit hall, and various programs that recreate the works inside of Kim Yu-jeong’s books.

Rest Tour

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    3. Myeong-dong Dakgalbi Alley

    Myeongdong street in Chuncheon is packed with stores and restaurants. There is also “Dakgalbi (spicy stir-fried chicken) Alley,” which is very famous in Chun-cheon for its fine local cuisine.

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    4. Nami Island

    Nami Island possesses beautiful nature and scenery all year round. It is a place of romance for youths, memories for lovers, and known for sharing of love and care among families and colleagues.


Chiaksan(Mt.) Tour

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    1. Chiaksan National Park

    Located in the mountain inlands of Korea, Chiaksan was designated as the 16th national park in Korea in December 1984.
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    2. Guryong Temple

    Located at the foot of Chiaksan Mountain, this Buddhist temple named Guryongsa is said to have been established by Supreme Master Uisang in 668 after he had defeated nine dragons.

Healing Tour

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    3. Seonam-maeul, Shaped like Korean Peninsula

    What a resemblance! The Seonam Village Korea Peninsula featured in Ongjeon-ri Seo-myeon Yeongwol-gun looks like the actual country, having water on three sides and high eastern area and lower western area.

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    4. Cheongnyeongpo Cape

    After having his throne taken away, King Daejong was sent into exile to this very location. There is a dense forest of pine trees, with the towering Yukyukbong Peak westward. It is like an island surrounded by a deep river on three sides, which impede access without a ferryboat.


Gyeongpo Tour

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    1. Gyeongpodae Pavilion / Gyeongpoho Lake

    Gyeongpodae Pavilion, the most highly rated of the eight most famous scenic sites in Eastern Korea. It is a romantic spot where people can watch the five different moons consisting of the sky, lake, sea, glass, and lover’s eyes.

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    2. Seongyojang

    The Seongyojang House is one of the grandest traditional Korean houses, dating back to about three hundred years. Also, the main photo of BEEM 2018 is of Seongyojang.

Experience Tour

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    3. Jeongdongjin

    The nice, sandy beach stretches over 250m and has three major swimming spots: in front of Jeongdongjin Railway Station, at Moraeshigae Park, and at the Jeongdongjin Seawalls. Visitors can further appreciate the beauty of nature by checking out the Sculpture (Sunrise) Park and Heonhwaro, located to the south of the park. The Jeongdongjin Sunrise Tourist Train has become a crowd favorite as well, ever since its premier run in 1997.

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    4. Anbandegi

    Anbandegi is located at an altitude of 1.1 kilometers. The first dwellers of the village were slash-and-burn farmers who planted and developed a community. The green grass with wind power generators make the scenery astonishing.

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