Jeongok-ri Prehistoric Site

Jeongok-ri Prehistoric Site, Yeoncheon-gun

Jeongok-ri Prehistoric Site

Jeongok-ri Prehistoric Site
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528-1, Goneung-ri, Jeongok-eup, Yeoncheon-gun, Gyeonggi-do 486-900 South Korea
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pepsimark
Seoul, South Korea236 contributions
Couples
This site and the Jeongok Museum are one and the same. Didn't plan to come here but on the way back from the Jaein Falls ( super beautiful falls where you can walk behind them , and nobody there!). Good way to break a journey back to Seoul. Large landscaped parks with sculptures of dinosaurs. This area of Korea is dubbed the Jurassic Park of Korea.
Museum ( free) was super welcome with its aircon on such a warm day.
Written September 9, 2016
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Sigmund93
Daejeon, South Korea5 contributions
Friends
A museum of Korean paleolithic period. Besides visiting the museum, you can also experience building paleolithic shelter and how they cook
Written November 19, 2015
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M Deering
Fogelsville, PA91 contributions
Family
Bring a picnic basket and some comfortable walking shoes to spend and spend a good half day here walking the grounds to visit the sites, let the kids run around the fields or play in the playground. There is a spot where you can build-- with the help of a staff worker --your own prehistoric hut.

There is plenty of free parking and admission is also free. There is a concrete path that snakes around the site but feel free to walk across the fields if you like. A camera is not a must here but it wouldn’t hurt to have your cell phone camera ready.

Our favorite park of the day was laying in the shade and having lunch and letting the kids run around the grounds exploring the unique playground all the while artillery shells blast in the distance. And that’s the twist- this spark is a short 10 miles as the crow flies from the DMZ and about 15 miles west of a U.S-ROK training ground. The park is completely safe and these sounds are par for the course for the native population. I definitely recommend riding up to into these lush hills to spend a relaxing day with the family.
Written June 8, 2015
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