Seoraksan Tourist Hotel

Address: 151 Seorak-dong, Sokcho, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 151 Seorak-dong, Sokcho.
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    • Free parking

    TripAdvisor Reviews Seoraksan Tourist Hotel Sokcho

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    Travel Blogs from Sokcho

    Seoraksan national park

    A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Apr 13, 2015

    27 photos

    ... sight. Lots of worshippers were leaving offerings and burning incense at the site. We caught a public bus back from the entrance to Seorakdong (a seasonal town catering to the mass influx of people visiting Seoraksan each year) where we had found a decent motel - when we arrived late last night we were the only people in the large motel and the area felt like a bit of a ghost town... This feeling was confirmed the next morning when I went for a ...

    Up and Down We Go

    A travel blog entry by scroggins on May 05, 2014

    11 photos

    Acclaimed as the most beautiful place in Korea by Harriet, we were very happy to go and have a look at Seoroksan National Park on the East Coast of Korea. Straight off the bus, Jeff and I spent a considerable amount of time sat on a wall by the beach in Sokcho, watching the waves crashing in and ineffectively alternating the sharing of one pair of sunglasses in the intense midday sun. Little did we know, our time was ticking away. We got a bus up into Seoroksan National ...

    What to do in Sokcho During a Typhoon (Korea)

    A travel blog entry by hoffs2ctheworld on Aug 27, 2012

    10 photos

    ... an ensuite and internet and even a little fridge. We were in luxury.

    The next day the storm had passed so we put on our hiking boots and waited for the thumbs up from the lovely manager that all was OK at the National Park. We understood that part of the park was still closed off but we could get into the lower parts so off we went with a big smile on Ando's face! ….only to get to the gates of the park and told that you could pay the entrance fee ...

    Fawlty Towers & Celine Dion...

    A travel blog entry by bdsaly on Apr 23, 2012

    3 comments, 14 photos

    ... we would have. A few minutes later she was back to tell us that she was sorry, but that there was no salmon. However, the "Abbey Road" menu had hamburger, which Sandra chose and the waitress said that as it was the same kitchen, she would arrange. A few minutes passed and a different waiter appeared. He explained that our waitress's English was poor (it seemed OK to us!) and she really hadn't understood what we wanted or indeed what was even ...

    Sumptious Seoraksan National Park (NP)

    A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Oct 18, 2011

    ... the day before and coupled with the Cave, I’d probably walked about 16kms (half of it uphill). Despite the ease of yesterday, my body was now saying ‘okay, okay it was a nice one yesterday but enough is enough’!!! They always say the first hour hurts the most and I kept hoping it was true, as I puffed and panted and wondered when it was all going to get easier!! Eventually it eased off a little and became more enjoyable and comfortable, especially ...

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