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Gapyeong Sledding Hills (가평사계절썰매장)

20163     2021-08-31

5-20, Gitdaebong-gil, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do

Located in Deokhyeon-ri, Sang-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do, Gapyeong Sledding Hills is close to Jojongcheon Stream and clean valleys. It operates water sledding hills during summer and ice sledding hills during winter to give a fun experience to children. Spanning the area of 9,780㎡, it is comprised of varied slopes, moving walkways, snack bar, restaurant, resting area, changing room, shower facility, outdoor swimming pool for children and adults, shaded shelter and other subsidiary facilities. It is the sole leisure experience area for families located in the metropolitan area.

Aranaby Zipline (아라나비(스카이 어촌체험))

21678     2021-08-13

35-7, Gonghang-gil 127beon-gil, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do

As “Ara” means ocean and "naby" means butterfly in Korean, Aranaby conveys an image of butterflies flying over the ocean. Aranaby Zipline offers a zipline from18 meter-high tower and flies 300 meters across the ocean.

Popular as an eco-tourism activity 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.

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 2] Homeland Fortification Trail ([강화 나들길 제2코스] 호국돈대길)

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 2] Homeland Fortification Trail ([강화 나들길 제2코스] 호국돈대길)

23046     2021-08-11

24, Cheonghadong-gil, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon

The Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Trails are a collection of walking paths along the coast of Ganghwa Island that connect the watchtowers and and walls of Ganghwasanseong Fortress, as well as royal tombs and other historically significant sites from the Goryeo dynasty that dot the island.

[Ganghwa Nadeul-gil Course 2] Homeland Fortification Trail
Course 2 stretches over a 17 kilometer area between Gapgotdon Watchtower and Chojijin Fort. This trail showcases the history of the island and the changes that happened before and after the opening of the port. The course follows a coastal road that is particularly beautiful in spring and fall.

Seoul Marina Club & Yacht (서울마리나 클럽&요트)

Seoul Marina Club & Yacht (서울마리나 클럽&요트)

20420     2021-07-30

160, Yeouiseo-ro, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul

Located behind the National Assembly building, Seoul Marina Club & Yacht presents a beautiful landscape with the Hangang 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.

Busan Sports Complex (부산종합운동장)

Busan Sports Complex (부산종합운동장)

18020     2021-07-22

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.

Muju Rafting (무주래프팅)

Muju Rafting (무주래프팅)

12915     2021-07-17

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.

E-World Sledding Hills (이월드 눈썰매장)

E-World Sledding Hills (이월드 눈썰매장)

18423     2021-07-08

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 Hyangsu Baengni (100-ri) Bike Road - Geumgang Course (옥천 향수 100리 자전거길 - 금강코스)

Okcheon Hyangsu Baengni (100-ri) Bike Road - Geumgang Course (옥천 향수 100리 자전거길 - 금강코스)

25835     2021-07-08

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."

Misari Speedboat Park (미사리 경정공원)

Misari Speedboat Park (미사리 경정공원)

22220     2021-07-05

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.

Jeju Olle Trail - Route 1-1 (Udo Island Olle) ([제주올레 1-1코스] 우도-올레)

13094     2021-07-02

1737-1, Yeonpyeong-ri, Jeju-si, Jeju-do

Shaped like a cow lying down, Udo Island with its clean green fields, stonewalls, and striking lighthouse presents some of the best scenery in the Jeju area. Udo is the largest of the 62 islands that surround Jeju, and boasts indigo blue sea throughout the year. Visitors can enjoy beautiful views as they walk the Olle trail that includes seaside, plantation fields, green pastures, and Undobong Peak.