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.
187, Mangyang-ro, Yeosu-si, Jeollanam-do
Yeosu Ocean Railbike is comprised of a 3.5-kilometer open track that follows the rocky coast of Yeosu. The track takes passengers along the coastal line through the open air and a tunnel course at a leisurely pace. The track and bikes are designed to please the eyes of passengers as well as ensure safety and comfort.
San 85, Jang-dong, Daedeok-gu, Daejeon
Gyejoksan Red Clay Trail opened in 2006 as the nation's first eco-healing barefoot walking trail. Walking along this 14.5-kilometer-long trail filled with the fresh aroma of pine needles is a great way to get healthy. The Gyejoksan Mountain Barefoot Festa takes place every year in May and additional weekend programs are available from April to October. Visitors can also enjoy a view of downtown Daejeon from Gyejoksanseong Fortress, which was built during the time of the Three Kingdoms.
1738-116, Pyeonghwa-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
Located in Aweol-eup on Jeju Island, Elysian Jeju Country Club is a prestigious golf course well known by Korea’s golf aficionados. Not just an ideal place to enjoy a round of golf, the country club also has space that can be booked for business seminars and other events. In addition, the country club provides lodging facilities, a driving range, swimming pool, and spa services to guarantee their guests a perfect vacation.
97, Ilchul-ro, Donghae-si, Gangwon-do
Nongoldam-gil Street, formed in 1941, was transformed in 2010 with the "Nongoldam-gil Street" project by the Donghae Culture Center. With the help from the village seniors and local artists, the street became a canvas storytelling the history of Mukhohang Port and the lives of the villagers. There are also many cafes located along the street, perfect for taking a break to enjoy the view.
861, Seohak-ro, Taebaek-si, Gangwon-do
The O2 Ski Resort is located in Taebaek, Gangwon-do, the center of leisure in Korea. In summer, there is no heat wave nor mosquitos and in winter, it receives the first snowfall in Korea as well as the longest snow season. This town-style resort is located only ten minutes from downtown Taebaek and is a world-class leisure town with various facilties and sightseeing attractions nearby. The O2 Ski Resort has been specially designed for families with ski slopes for adults and a sledding hill and kids' park.
240, Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul
Lotte World Indoor Ice Skating Rink, located on B3 of Lotte World, is an indoor ice skating rink that is open all year round. Its modern interior design is in harmony with the surrounding facilities, offering a pleasant environment enjoyable with friends and loved ones. Despite its location underground, natural light pours in from the glass dome roof of Lotte World Adventure, giving a feel of outdoor skating. The skating rink is surrounded by 400 spectator seats where visitors can relax. The skating rink also has a variety of restaurants and a game arcade to enjoy when taking a break from skating.
745, Nochusan-ro, Jeongseon-gun, Gangwon-do
Jeongseon Railbike was the first railbike location to open in Korea. Offering both two- and four-person bikes, riders depart from Gujeol Station and travel 7.2 kilometers along an abandoned railway track to Auraji Station. The tracks pass along the clean river, through a forest, and through old train tunnels decorated with vibrant lights.
The track of Jeongseon Railbike is relatively flat, making it easy for all riders to enjoy the passing scenery in comfort. The full track takes about 30~40 minutes to complete. After arriving, visitors can hop aboard the train that takes riders back to Gujeol Station. There are cafes at Gujeol and Auraji Stations designed to look like a grasshopper and a fish, respectively. These train cafes make for great photos! The Ant Pension also is fun, designed just like an ant.
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.
119, Hajodaehaean-gil, Yangyang-gun, Gangwon-do
Surfyy Beach is a 1 kilometer-long surf designated beach, just north of Hajodae Beach in Yangyang. It's the first of its kind in Korea and has the most trainers and approximately 1,000 surfboards while also operating Surf School. Training is available for all different levels from beginners to advanced, and for those only looking to surf, board and wetsuits are available for rent. Surf yoga, longboard, snorkeling and other programs are also available. The beach has various zones including bean bag zone, hammock zone, chilling zone, and sunbed zone for visitors to enjoy. There are also pub & lounge, camping facilities and more for visitors convenience.