Samcheok Palace Hotel

1 Jungha-dong, Samcheok, Gangwon-do, 245-140, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1 Jungha-dong, Samcheok.
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Travel Blogs from Samcheok

Süt a nap, csak miénk a nyár / Summmer

A travel blog entry by arodin on Jun 07, 2014

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Itt a nyár, itt az ideje egy újabb kis keleti tengerparti látogatásnak. Sajnos reményeim ellenére meglehetősen hűvös idő fogadott, de a friss levegő és egy kis meditáció nagyon jót tett. Csak abba nem gondoltam bele, hogy a 3 napos hétvége miatt a 3 órás buszozásból 6 óra lesz Samcheok-ba is és vissza Szöulba is....
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Gangneung

A travel blog entry by wheresindi on Jun 04, 2014

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... an acorn soup. It all tasted absolutely delicious,
especially the pancake. Youngmi told us it’s a long process to separate the
starch from the poisonous acorns to make it into the soft, chewy substance that
was in all of the dishes. There’s so many acorns go to waste in
Nottinghamshire, it’s a shame we don’t have cooking them down pat there!

The next day we went to the Dano festival site, first we watched a bit of the morning ...

Templom a tengeren / Temple on the sea

A travel blog entry by arodin on Nov 16, 2013

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Az év talán utolsó napsütéses őszi hétvégéjén koreai barátnémmal Samcheok-ba indultunk, hogy az elmaradt nyári utazás helyett most gyönyörködjünk a kék tengerben (kicsit meg is mártóztunk a kristálytiszta, hideg vízben!), élvezzük a nyugalmat, a friss levegőt és a Chogok-ban lévő 세은정사 templomban beszélgessünk egy jót 정유 szunimmal. Itt jártam ...

Down the East Coast to from Samcheok to Busan

A travel blog entry by kevandhazel on Aug 20, 2013

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A bus brought us to the town of Samcheok where we found a conveniently located motel next to the bus terminal. Once again the tourist information office was excellent and gave us a handy bus time table for the main attractions in the region – what a service!

So we took a local bus to Haesindang Park – probably one of the most special sights on our entire trip. The park has a huge collections of phalli in all shapes an forms (yes my dear reader that's ...

A quiet stroll through Haesindang Park

A travel blog entry by chrismcg on May 28, 2013

2 comments, 37 photos

... for a contest in Samcheok for the now defunct Pe nis Sculpture Festival. Yep, that's right, almost everywhere you turn in the park, there is a creative interpretation of the penis, with over 50 phallic sculptures, some taking the form of park benches, fences, drums and even an elaborate series representing the twelve animals of the Chinese zodiac. One of my favourites was the penis cannon, which moved up and down as if firing. Must admit, ...