Hyundai Sorak Condo

362-1, Wonam-Ri, Tosung-Myeon, Goseong-gun, Gangwon-do, South Korea | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 362-1, Wonam-Ri, Tosung-Myeon, Goseong-gun.
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Travel Blogs from Goseong-gun

Rafting- Korean style

A travel blog entry by jen.galo.10 on Jun 28, 2014

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I needed a little time outdoors so I joined another group trip to one of the top three rafting spots in Korea. In addition to the rafting, the trip included a river trek, ziplining and a possible bungee jump. yay.

The trip started in Seoul and went directly east. We were in the mountains maybe 30 minutes inside of the coast and just south of the 38. We started with the bungee over a river... which I opted not to do. This ...

Sun, sea & sand in Sokcho

A travel blog entry by hazel_81 on Aug 30, 2013

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... looking steps. Was worth it when I got there although I was tempted to jump in the water cos I'd worked up quite a sweat! There were some cheeky chipmunks trying to get in my bag, obviously sniffed out some food so I told them to do one! I think I finally left the park around 2.30 and felt pretty knackered but glad I spent a good amount of time in the park, a nice way to start the day. I took the bus downtown and had a wander then took ...

Very windy Ulsan Bawi and Sinheungsa Temple Stay

A travel blog entry by jarcher106 on Aug 08, 2013

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... be our accommodation - we were pleasantly surprised as we'd been expecting it to be much more basic! We dropped off our bags and then started our day hike to the peak of Ulsan Bawi. Around half way into the climb we stopped to eat our cheese and tomato baguette at the perching rock of Heundul Bawi. This was a giant 16 tonne boulder perched on an edge, which you could rock with a few people, although we couldn't budge it! ...

A Welcomed Retreat

A travel blog entry by sarah.elysia on Oct 01, 2012

1 comment, 11 photos

... the scenery suddenly began to change from, high rises and bright lights, to hills then mountains, and homes nestled within the valleys. The sky was clearer, the air fresher, and the pace of life simmered down. With a sigh of relief and bliss, I thanked my God for the gift of His creation!

Arriving in Sokcho, we knew not which way to go, and the Lord provided us a stranger who took our luggage from our hands; he put our things in his car, driving us ...

What to do in Sokcho During a Typhoon (Korea)

A travel blog entry by hoffs2ctheworld on Aug 27, 2012

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... quite a scenic walk over some big bridges which overlooked the ocean and the bay. After the trek with our packs, we found our wonderfully wonderful hostel….it truly was wonderful. If anyone ever makes it to Sokcho we highly recommend 'The House Hostel', managed by a gentle man who will help you however he can and what a fantastic homely building. Free brekky too!!! Yep, it was heaven. Just as well because the next day put a dampener on our hiking ...

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