TOUR - 32-2 : Mt. Seorak & East Coast 2N3D Tour
07:00 ~ 17:30
Available Every day
(Mid. of Mar. ~ End of Nov.)

Reservation in advance at least 14 days before
(1 month before in peak-season)

* Weekdays

KRW 630,000 p/p (min. 3 person)
KRW 590,000 p/p (more than 5 person)
Child (age 4~10) : KRW 590,000 p/p
* In case of 2 person : KRW 790,000 p/p

* Weekend/ Holidays/ Peak-season

Additional charge - KRW 50,000 p/p

- Peak-season :

24th Apr. ~ 25th May / 24th Jul. ~ 16th Aug ./ 25th Sep. ~ 31st Oct.

Tour guide, Transportation, Hotel, Admission fee, Breakfast (Hotel), Lunch, Railbike Ticket
1st day :
Hotel(Seoul) - Rest in Highway - Mt.Seorak National Park - Gweongeumseong Fortress (by Cable car) - Lunch - Shinheungsa Temple - Dongmyeong Port (Fish Market) - Yeonggeumjeong -
- Light House Observatory - (Dinner) - Hotel check-in (Sokcho city)

2nd day :
Breakfast - Naksansa Temple - Naksan Beach - Abai Village - Chodang Sundubu (watery Tofu) Village - Lunch - Gyeongpodae Pavillion - Gyeongpoho Lake Park - Hwanseongul Cave - (Dinner) - Hotel check-in (Samcheok city)

3rd day :
Breakfast - Samcheok Ocean Railbike - Jeongdongjin Sunrise Park - Jeongdongjin Beach - Lunch - to Seoul - Hotel (Seoul)
** This tour is group joined tour.
** Lunch - Available for Vegetarian, Muslim etc.
** Dinner - Excluded but the guide will inform you of restaurant.
** Restaurant is subject to the local condition.
** Deposit : 50% of total amount might be made in advance through Paypal.
** Balance : 50% of toatl amount can be made by cash or credit card on the 1st tour day.
** Cancellation is available until 7 days before, after then deposit is no refundable.
** Cable car and Gweongeumseong Fortress might be cancelled due to the weather condition.
     (Replaced to go to the 'Heundeulbawi'- Rocking Boulder)
** Please wear comfortable shoes (outdoor shoes).
** If Samcheok Ocean Railbike is not available, go to Jeongseon Railbike.
Information of Tourist Attraction
Mt. Seorak National Park
Referred to as Seolsan and Seolbongsan, the mountain was named Seorak because the snow would not melt for a long time keeping the rocks in a permanent state of white. In November 1965, the Seorak Mountain district was designated as a Natural Monument preservation area. Afterwards in December 1973, it was designated as a park preservation area, and in August 1982, as a Biosphere Preservation District by UNESCO.
Gweongeumseong Fortress
Gwongeumseong is the site of a castle ruins called Mt. Seoraksan, and it is also known as Mt. Onggeumsan Castle, or Toto Castle. It is located on the steep Dol Mountain of Mt. Seoraksan Sogongwon area. It is believed to have been built by the 23rd King of the Goryeo Period (918~1392), Gojong (1213~1259 reign). It is also called Gwon-Kim Castle, as there is a legend that two generals named Gwon and Kim built the castle to avoid war.
Located at the entrance of Dongmyeong Harbor, Yeonggeum Pavilion is often visited by citizens of Sokcho as it has great view and close from the city. Actually, you cannot find pavilion at Yeonggeum Pavilion since it is a stone mountain. It received its name from the mysterious and beautiful sound that is made as waves hit the rock, which it is similar to Korean lute, Geomungo.
(The name Yeonggeumjeong comes from a notion that the sound of waves hitting the rocks is comparable to the melody of geomungo (traditional stringed instrument with 6 strings). At the end of the 50m-long bridge built over a rocky peninsula is a pavilion offering a view of the East Sea.)
Since the stone mountain was broken due to construction of Sokcho Harbor during Japanese imperialism, now there is wide bedrock and we cannot hear the music as old times. However, yo can enjoy surrounding sceneries and wave sounds at the Sunrise Pavilion that is placed near the beach. Especially, sunrise that you can see from this pavilion floats directly from the sea so you will feel like facing the sun.
Light House
The Sockcho Lighthouse Observatory provides fantastic views of the nearby Seoraksan Mountains, East Sea and Sokcho area. The most breathtaking views are the ocean vistas.
The white lighthouse has a romantic atmosphere to it. Inside the lighthouse, binoculars are available to view distant points of interest. This area is also famous for its sunrises
Chodang Sundubu(watery Tofu) Village
Just south of Gyeongpo Beach is Chodang Sundubu Village, which is famous for sundubu (watery tofu). Along Gangneung's most famous food street the beans are ground for Chodang sundubu, then through several steps, salt water from the East Sea is used in the congealing process resulting in a soft and light tofu.
The name of this village, Chodang, originates from the name of a famous family that once lived here known as Chodang-Heoyeop. Heoyeop was the father of son, writer/poet Heo-gyun [1569~1618] and daughter, poet Heonan-seolheon [1563~1589]. A traditional-style Korean house has been reconstructed on the site where the original house of Heo-gyun and Heonan-seolheon once stood.
Samcheok Ocean Railbike
Samcheok Ocean Railbike is a four-wheeled bike on a 5.4㎞ rail that lies against a splendid backdrop of East Sea. Along the rail are Gungchon and Yonghwa Stations as rest stops, an observatory lounge, an ocean tunnel, and many more attractions. Since each bike has safety installations (double breaks, safety bars, etc.), it can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Ocean Rail Bike runs along a 5.4km-long double track, allowing visitors to enjoy pine tree forests, spectacular scenery of strange rocks and bizarre stones, and breathtaking scenic views of the East Sea. Experience a wonderful underwater world as you ride through the marine tunnel with the fantastic laser light show and luminaries unfolding before your eyes. With its beautiful design and environment-friendly features, the Ocean Rail Bike offers the best opportunity for families, friends, and couples to have fun amid the beautiful natural scenery of Samcheok
Jeongdongjin Beach
Located in Gangneung, Gangwon-do, Jeongdongjin is a picturesque area with a quaint, little railway station standing alongside the sandy beach. Although long since a favorite spot among the locals, the area gained widespread popularity after being chosen as the filming location for the popular soap opera Moraeshigae (Hourglass) and has since become a favorite haunt for drama lovers on the weekends.
The combination of the area’s railroad station, beach, and groves of pine trees, makes Jeongdongjin a very peaceful and romantic mini getaway. The highlight of the Jeongdongjin tour, however, is the sunrise. The early morning sun reaching out over the ocean and outlining the dewy silhouettes of the station and surrounding pines is a sight that is straight out of a fairy tale. During the New Year, Jeongdongjin Sunrise Park is the location of the Sunrise Festival and the ceremonial ‘turning of the hourglass,’ signifying the changing year.