Gangguhaean-gil, Ganggu-myeon, Yeongdeok-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Yeongdeok Snow Crab Festival is an annual event that celebrates local snow crabs, which were once served to kings. Among festival highlights, the Snow Crab Public Auction as well as the snow crab market are the most popular. In addition, visitors can ride a snow crab fishing boat, participate in a snow crab cooking competition, and sample various snow crab dishes.
148-33 Imjingak-ro, Munsan-eup, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
The Peace Land is an amusement park located near the Imjingang River. It offers around twenty different types of rides, including a Viking ship, bumper cars, and merry-go-round. For added convenience, there is an unmanned convenience store on-site that accepts card payments exclusively, offering a variety of beverages, ice cream, and snacks. The park also has an infirmary where wound care is available. Nearby, visitors can enjoy the Peace Gondola, which provides a scenic way to cross the Imjingang River.
52 Gwandeul 2-gil, Yuseong-gu, Daejeon
Jeju Bakdonga is a restaurant renowned for its Jeju Island black pork, with the signature dish being heukdwaeji ogyeopsal gui (grilled skin-on black pork belly). Known for its juicy and chewy texture, the pork is served with ample portions of green onion kimchi and a refreshing green onion salad. For an authentic Jeju experience, guests are encouraged to try dipping the meat in salted anchovies, a local custom. Additionally, the restaurant serves a satisfying beef hangover soup, vegetables for wraps, garlic, and a selection of sauces. The kimchi jjigae, a highlight of their lunch special menu, is also highly recommended.
58 Bokgol-gil 201beon-gil, Ganghyeon-myeon, Yangyang-gun, Gangwon-do
Bokgol Oncheon Pension allows pet dogs on the premises. Each accommodation is housed in a separate building, and guests can choose from a variety of room configurations, including double rooms, family rooms, two-story rooms, and group rooms. It is also equipped with spa and barbecue facilities. Bokcheon Oncheon (Hot Springs), situated near the accommodation, boasts a bicarbonate alkaline water that is believed to be beneficial to skincare, muscle relaxation, fatigue recovery, and atopy treatment.
689, jeonggak-ri, Hwabuk-myeon, Yeongcheon-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Perched atop Bohyeonsan Mountain, an optimal location for stargazing, is the Yeongcheon Bohyunsan Astronomical Science Museum. This facility is comprised of an observation room, a planetarium, and an exhibition area. It houses twelve exhibition rooms where visitors can delve into the history of astronomy, learn about the seasonal constellations, explore ancient cosmological perspectives from various cultures, and gain insights into the solar system. The planetarium offers screenings of videos about the constellations as they change with the seasons. Meanwhile, the observation room is equipped with five telescopes, allowing guests to gaze at the stars directly. To ensure a spot, visitors are required to book their visit at least one day prior via the museum's website.
21 Wolsanjeosuji-gil, Jipyeong-myeon, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
Mirinae Camp is a comprehensive camping facility covering 370,000㎡, capable of accommodating up to 600 guests. It features a range of facilities for training, leisure, and convenience. The camp includes a horseriding club, a lawn ballpark, a lawn sports ground, a foot volleyball court, a survival game area, a kayaking center, a rock climbing facility, challenge courses, and a walking trail. Additionally, it offers Heal Being Club programs, which encompass foot spa, essential oil therapy, dining, and café experiences. In summer, an outdoor swimming pool is available, and in winter, the camp operates a snow sledding park.