Seoraksan Tourist Hotel

Address: 70 Solak-dong, Sokcho, Korea Rep. | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 70 Solak-dong, Sokcho.
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      Travel Blogs from Sokcho

      "Camping"

      A travel blog entry by scroggins on Jun 02, 2014

      5 photos

      ... in Seoul and the adrenaline slowly faded, did the realisation dawned on us that we would not be having our much needed holiday after all. We were not so thrilled then. Nevertheless, we made friends with an English man who was waiting in the queue for the next cancelled fight to Jeju and we ended up going on a spontaneous holiday back to Sokcho with him. First we went to a department store to get ourselves a tent. ...

      Sokcho City

      A travel blog entry by devcgw1 on Oct 06, 2013

      5 comments, 39 photos

      ... by a floating platform that is powered by pulley system. Tourists and riders are encouraged to help pull the platform.

      Many of the residents of Abai Maeul fled to here from North Korea during the civil war and were not able to return home. This where I had Abai Sundae which is not ice cream but is squid stuffed with blood sausage and who knows what other goodies, and is and then fried. It actually tasted just fine, though, I apparently ...

      Peacefulness in the mountians

      A travel blog entry by kfairhall on Jun 20, 2012

      ... easy walking criss-crossing over the stream make of yellow to red rocks with spatterings of rock pools in blue to green hues.  The waterfall at the end was unimpssive, but the walk beautiful and, again, peaceful.  I rewarded myself on th way back to town with another trip to a hot spring.  This one was better designed and had far fewer poeple who didn't stare, as much anyway! But certainly helped my sore legs! I scored some squid 'sundae' for dinner, which ...

      Sumptious Seoraksan National Park (NP)

      A travel blog entry by lyncraven on Oct 18, 2011

      ... I opened my bag to find 6 walnut-shaped (but bigger)cakes that were absolutely delicious! With a Madeira outer layer and chocolate inner section, each cake had some walnut pieces in the centre! I found myself eating the whole bag, as the scenery began to unfold all around me. One of the most stunning NPs and the second largest in Korea, Seoraksan NP is a really stunning area that has amazing rock formations and Seoraksan (Snowy Crags Mountain) being the third ...

      Baekdamsa Bliss

      A travel blog entry by jojobee6 on Jul 12, 2011

      48 photos

      ... loving the discipline, as I could not stop. I had to keep going! In my head counting, 106 bows, 107 bows, okay, just one more, 108 bows. Phew!!! Wait, maybe I counted wrong? The monks in front were still going. Okay, 120, 121, 122....188, 189....then I just stopped counting. We must have completed about 200 bows before the second meditation started. By this time, I was starving and burnt out. I did not properly fill up on the ...

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