Gangwon-do, Korea Rep.

Hotels in Gangwon-do

Gangwon-do Accommodations (8)
Samcheok Palace Hotel

Samcheok Palace Hotel

3.00 1 review

1 Jungha-dong, Samcheok, South Korea

Sun Cruise Resort Donghae

Sun Cruise Resort Donghae

4.00 88 reviews

950-39, Heonhwa-ro, Gangdong-myeon, Donghae, South Korea

Hyundai Sorak Condo Goseong-gun

Hyundai Sorak Condo Goseong-gun

3.50 29 reviews

362-1, Wonam-Ri, Tosung-Myeon, Goseong-gun, South Korea

Kensington Resort Seorak Beach Goseong-gun

Kensington Resort Seorak Beach Goseong-gun

3.50 10 reviews

4800, Donghae-daero, Toseong-myeon, Goseong-gun, South Korea

Travel Blogs from Gangwon-do

Gangwon-do Travel Blogs (86)
All the Small Things, Gangwon-do, Korea Rep. travel blog

All the Small Things

A travel blog entry by katshannon

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... Smoke and go bush. My Partner Teacher Grace has a friend called Ellie, whose parents own a "pension" in the mountains of Kangnam-do. A pension in Korea isn't what you would equate it with at home. It is, in fact a big lodge style house nestled in a quiet ...

One month completed!!!, Chuncheon City, Korea Rep. travel blog

One month completed!!!

A travel blog entry by melian


... out the picture. Quite a few public places have them. Ian and I have noticed some other differences between Canada and Korea. In general, we have found that people tend to be more friendly and respectful towards each other, especially the youth ...

To Music!: Dukes Cradle, Samcheok, Korea Rep. travel blog

To Music!: Dukes Cradle

A travel blog entry by algakovic

I've often thought about how favourable the Haeparang trail is to the new adventurer, hiker, pilgrim. In all respects. I am entirely happy with the indications of the route, the spacing between services such as food and sleep, the way the trail seems to ...

Down the East Coast to from Samcheok to Busan, Samcheok, Korea Rep. travel blog

Down the East Coast to from Samcheok to Busan

A travel blog entry by kevandhazel


... 8211; a really beautiful sight. The Buddhist temple was in a small park and we enjoyed the stroll through it. The temples in Korea are to a great extend similar to the ones in China and often restored in the 1950s after the end of the Japanese occupation. ...