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I was disappointed in that all there is to see is some temple style fixtures attached to the wall and a 4.2 km walk around the circumference of the wall.You can take little walks through the middle but this time of year you only got...More
We hiked up from the lower gate to the higher one, and it was an incredible experience. It only took us about 30 minutes to walk, but we spent at least that long taking pictures and enjoying the scenery. The main gate was absolutely stunning...More
beautiful fortress, with very lovely view, it was nice to wallk very early in the morning with the morning mist and fog, then the sun cam out. not for those with limited physical capabilities, but well worth walking the walls , at a slow pace.
There is only one bus which is bus number 862-2 that running every 25 minutes from Cheongju Gymnasium to Sangdang Sanseong. Sangdang Sanseong is the last stop and along the way the bus also brings us to other tourist attractions in Cheongju for example Cheongju...More
Sangdangsanseong Fortress was a popular spot for locals as a hiking spot and with a huge open field near the fortress entrance. While nowhere as scenic as the better known fortress walls in Suwon or Seoul, the fortress makes for a pleasant hike for a...More
Sanddangsanseong is a fortress outside of Cheongju. It's a great hike with wonderful views. At the bottom there is a small village where you can get some delicious food and/or coffee and tea. It's especially great in the Fall when the leaves are changing. Definitely...More
You can hike around the fortress wall and enjoy wonderful views on a clear day. There are many places for a picnic, or if you want to enjoy traditional food, you will find some very quaint eateries offering very authentic home- style Korean food.
You can hike around the fortress walls and enjoy wonderful views on a clear, sunny day. The hike around the walls takes around an hour and a half and afterwards you can enjoy traditional food in one of several restaurants.
We took a bus from Inter-City Bus Terminal (one transfer) arrived. It was quite easy to get there, just get some information from the Tourist Information Center near the Bus Terminal. It was a Sunday and the place was bustling, but not over crowded, with...More
This is a hike in some sense. The locals go here for exercise, you will see them in gear and with walking poles. Why not follow suit? Take your camera for the best views of the city! Take some water and wear sensible walking shoes....More