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.
1055, Girin-daero, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
The Jeonju World Cup Stadium was built with tradition in mind as its roof and stands are designed with an image of traditional fan, the pillars in sotdae design and cables in 12 strings of gayageum.
31, Cheyukgongwon-gil, Buan-gun, Jeollabuk-do
Buan Sports Park spans over an area of 82,644 square meters. The park has a natural grass soccer field equipped with 6,700 seats, track and field made with natural rubbers, a torch holder, tennis courts, baseball field, basketball court, footsal field, an in-line skating track, an experience hall for children, a playground, and more, as well as lighting facilities for nighttime events. Other facilities include water fountain, grass performance hall, various types of trees and flowers, benches and rest areas. With accommodations nearby, the park is used as a training facility for teams from elementary school students to even professional athletes.
1685, Namgunsan-ro, Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do
Gunsan Country Club is a golf course featuring 81 holes, including 18 holes exclusively for members only, on the site of an abandoned salt field that spans over 1,060 acres. It is the only course in Korea where all the holes are surrounded by lakes; around 380 acres or 36% of the course is comprised of lakes, and the holes are connected by 26 bridges. It has some of the longest golf holes in the world, including a Par 7 hole (1,004 m) and a Par 6 hole (661 m). The 18-hole private golf course is done in the classic American style, while the public golf course offers more variety.
185, Manseon-ro, Muju-gun, Jeollabuk-do
Deogyusan Resort is a representative mountain resort in Korea, located within Deogyusan National Park. Blending harmoniously with nature, visitors can take in the nature as well as enjoy art and health. The resort is located on the foothill of Deogyusan Mountain, near the famous Gucheondong Valley.
420, Dongbu-daero, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Jeonju Hanok Railbike runs along an abandoned section of railroad on the Ajung Line near Jeonju Hanok Village, one of Korea’s largest landmarks. The course runs approximately 3.4 kilometers round-trip from Silli to Waemangsil at a speed of about 15 to 20 kilometers per hour.
Jeonju Hanok Railbike is the first rail to run through the city along the entire route. Fun programs are prepared for individuals, groups of family or company, field trips, experiential study and other varied events. The railbikes are available to enjoy all year round and the rail park houses varied subsidiary facilities including a photo zone, and Ajung Dabang (cafe) whose main menu is Ajung latte and strawberry slush.
185, Manseon-ro, Muju-gun, Jeollabuk-do
Muju Deogyusan Resort is one of Korea’s most famous mountain peak ski resorts. Covering an area of over seven million square meters, the resort is located in the Gucheon-dong Valley, at the base of the famous Deogyusan Mountains. Nature lovers will particularly enjoy visiting the resort, since it is located in one of Korea’s beautiful national parks, and was specially designed to harmonize with its natural surroundings.
49-9 Gaudo-gil, Doam-myeon, Gangjin-gun, Jeollanam-do
This exciting activity can be enjoyed at the 25-meter high celadon tower located in the center of Gaudo Island. Gaudo Ziptrek is approximately 1 kilometer long and boasts the longest one in Korea as a maritime experience facility. After wearing safety equipment on the tower's first floor, visitors can ride the Ziptrek at the top of the sixth floor. The ziptrek offers an exhilarating downhill slide that feels like flying in the sky with magnificent scenery that unfolds down below. The slide ends at the entrance to the suspension bridge.
128 Choenamdanhaean-ro, Daejeong-eup, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
M1971 is a yacht tour destination in Moseulpo, Jeju. The representative program, Dolphin Eco Tour, promotes Jeju's natural scenery through the safe navigation of the captains and offers tourists an amazing experience to observe wild dolphins. As a form of sustainable tourism, M1971 is attracting the attention of many people and contributing to local tourism development. Furthermore, for the development of the marine leisure industry, M1971 is developing and operating various marina comprehensive management services and marine-related activities. Above all, M1971 is always doing its best to protect Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins in Jeju Island. Enjoy not only the dolphins but also the beautiful sunsets in the western sea.
244 Ieodo-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
Jungmun Equestrian Park is where visitors can experience horseback riding while looking at the sea, and even beginners can enjoy horseback riding without any concerns. Visitors can choose between a walking course that takes 10–15 minutes and a Beach Olle course that takes 20–25 minutes. The Beach Olle course has a beautiful ocean view and reaches its peak in spring when canola flowers are in full bloom. It is operated under a reservation system in principle, but walk-in is also accepted on a first-come,first-served basis. Visitors are advised to call in advance as programs are subject to cancellation in case of adverse weather.