Naksan Beach Yangyang

Address: 3-2 Jeonjin-ri Ganghyun-Myeon, Yangyang, 215-853, Korea Rep. | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on 3-2 Jeonjin-ri Ganghyun-Myeon, Yangyang.
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Travel Blogs from Yangyang

Alien Nation

A travel blog entry by beckiablaze on Oct 30, 2012

1 comment, 6 photos

... of me in front of the mountain while a significant portion of the school looked on. I smiled my best waygook smile and the photographer tilted his head, saying something over his shoulder to that made the staff burst into laughter. I felt tears sting the back of my eyes. Are they laughing at me? What did I do? I swallowed hard as he continued to snap pictures and was grateful when it was over.
I tried to blend in after that, finding a group of female teachers ...

Scuba Diving in the East Sea

A travel blog entry by clcatsam on Jul 28, 2012

83 photos

... of bibimbap, a Korean dish of rice and vegetable melange, we went to the scuba shop and I had my first lesson. Branden quickly showed me how to assemble the tank, BCD vest (buoyancy-control device), and regulator (mouth piece to receive oxygen from the tank). It was simple enough. The hard part came next, squeezing into our wetsuits! I had never put on a full-body wetsuit before and had no idea how painful it could be! I think mine was a bit too small to start with but ...

Peacefulness in the mountians

A travel blog entry by kfairhall on Jun 20, 2012

... travel day. Sokcho is a 'small' fishing town on the far northern east coast, it still is large enought to have a city centre, bus system and plenty of taxis, it is used mostly as a mountain/sea getaway for couples from Seoul and hikers heading to the UNESCO world heritage listed 'biosphere' that is seoraksan national park. Touted as the prettiest park in Korea tourists both domestic and international flock here, luckily I was able to avoid the weekend rush. When ...

East Coast Beaches

A travel blog entry by nomadland on Nov 02, 2011

3 photos

This little town beach side is an awesome getaway for any expats looking to escape Seoul or Busan, or any other big city alike. Not the classiest place, and not alot to do by Western standards. However, if you're just looking for a nice weekend with a big stretch of beach to yourself (except during certain parts of the year), this is it. It ...

Sumptious Seoraksan National Park (NP)

A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Oct 18, 2011

... to warm up a host of different Korean dishes for lunch! Despite it being a little cool on top of the mountain, everyone had taken off their boots and socks, letting their feet breath as they ate! The food seemed to be the standard fare of rice or noodles, with the same additional small dishes.

After observing the masses and having a peek around the shelter, we headed off to start our descent via the Hangyeryeong route, much further west of Osaek, but easier ...