Seoraksan National Park

Seoraksan National Park, Sokcho: Address, Phone Number, Seoraksan National Park Reviews: 4.5/5

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Benjamin M
Columbia, SC43 contributions
Oct 2021 • Family
SEP 2012 Very nice stay. My wife and I took our teenaged daughter and her best friend here for the weekend a couple of years ago and we loved it! We tried to do everything that was available at the location. The rooms are really nice and the food was also. We spent the whole weekend exploring and taking in the sights. It was a physically demanding to climb and walk so places but nothing that the average person couldn't do. Not sure if I would go in the middle of summer, we went in September and it was pretty warm still. I highly recommend taking a trip here
Written October 31, 2021
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Hashem A
Toronto, Canada15 contributions
Aug 2021
A gorgeous piece of nature that any outdoorsy traveler in Korea should experience! Great hikes, temples, cable car (if you wish). Go if you are in the area!
Written August 31, 2021
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Robin B. Guevarra
South Korea5 contributions
Oct 2020
I visited Seoraksan National Park on the last week of October and it was the peak of autumn foliage in the mountain. I think I came just at the perfect time when leaves are still intact in the trees and exist in different vibrant vivid autumn colors. I woke up very early in the morning (around 5 AM) and used a tour taxi to get to the Seoraksan. It is recommended to visit the park as early as possible since heavy traffic is always expected during this season. I also used the cable car to get up to the top of the mountain and to see stunning views of the mountain. Since mountain trekking is an all-time favorite hobby of most Korean people, Seoraksan was a bit crowded when I visited. During the pandemic, I think it is still safe to travel in Korea because people observe strict social distancing measures and everyone is wearing protective masks. If you are planning to visit Seoraksan, make sure to plan it well to see other beautiful tourist spots such as the Ulsan Bawi, Biryongpokpo Falls, Oryeonpokpo Falls, and Towangseongpokpo Falls
Written November 27, 2020
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GlobalTraRip
79 contributions
Oct 2020 • Solo
A must visit for nature lovers, site seers, and hikers a like. This place offers days of exploration for the occasional hiker to the most experienced
Written November 7, 2020
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Amy H
Pyeongtaek, South Korea259 contributions
Oct 2020 • Family
We had a lovely experience. We drove as far as we could to park, paid 5k won to park and 10k won entrance fee. We got cable car tickets immediately (bought them at 9:05 and our time was 9:45). We hiked out to the peak and got back down from the top about 11am. We ate lunch then hiked Biryong Falls. Our bigger kids made it all the way to the top but our littles stopped at the suspension bridge. We still saw some beautiful views! We saw the statue and temple before heading back to our pension around 2pm. Masks, temperature checks required for everyone to do the cable car . (October 2020)
Written October 11, 2020
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joowon
2 contributions
Dec 2019
I recommend hiking with my family. Sometimes it was a little hard to walk, but the road is not rough. It is good to feel the beautiful nature. And the Buddha at the entrance is very grand. You can heal your mind with this peaceful atmosphere.
Written May 29, 2020
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Jamin_lk
Seoul, South Korea223 contributions
May 2020 • Family
Seoraksan is beautiful. It is located 11 km from Sokcho and seaside. It is very easy to access. In case of big affluence, it is recommended to park at the kensington hotel. It is also important to book the cable car as soon as you arrive.
Written May 6, 2020
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Xin Yao
Singapore, Singapore17 contributions
Nov 2019
A very beautiful place to visit! You can take very pretty pictures almost anywhere. There are different hikes available but it may get pretty cold during winter time. The scenery gets better and better as you advance up the trails.
Written March 23, 2020
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Traveltheorient
San Antonio, TX450 contributions
Feb 2020 • Couples
This National Park is absolutely, positively the most spectacular park I have ever been to. It has a hike for everyone! The Buddhist temples along the way just enhance the enjoyment of the whole experience! I have been here in several occasions and have taken different hikes and never been disappointed.
Written February 24, 2020
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Trek13210812542
4 contributions
Aug 2019
The views are breath taking, families with children can also visit comfortably. Good facilities and services. If he visit top of the mountain..the view is breath taking. Great hikes and lots of spots to take great memorable pictures and make great memories. Even can enjoy a small picnic by the streams.
Written February 11, 2020
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