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CY ( 18.10.21 )
I and my wife visited this park for walking in the forest. The facility was very wide, but there was not many people than I think. We walk though mountain path, that's very good to us. The sound of brook and...More
In almost half a decade of living nearby, I had never been here due to poor bus schedules. One day, I got together with a couple of friends and ww really enjoyed the afternoon here. Really great views at the peak, great photo ops, and...More
Taebaeksan was promoted last year in August from a provincial to national park. The infrastructure isn't as well built as other parks, but things are perfectly fine. The peaks of the mountains are very interesting, with the altars on top and the interesting trees. If...More
I was quite worried before my trip as there was limited information found on this area (what to do, how to get there, operating hrs, transport frequency etc). But once we found the tourist information counter at Taebaek, all our questions are answered. Kudos to...More
Taebaeksan is a less known cousin of the hikes around Seoul, as compared to Bukhansan. However, that is the plus side. It's less crowded, very peaceful, and the terrain is easier on the knees because it is mostly foliage tracks and not of rocks.
I did this in a day trip from Seoul. I was going to take the bus but then found out about the train and I'd always prefer a train if possible. From Cheongnyangni Station in Seoul (accessible by subway on Line 1) there are several...More
Appreciation of Taebaeksan (Mt. Taebaek) largely depends on the season you intend to explore the Park. It looks quite ordinary in summer and other seasons as compared to Mt. Seorak, which is utterly majestic regardless of the season. Mt. Taebaek, however, is exceptionally beautiful in...More
The snow festival this year was a bit small because it's been such a mild winter here, but thankfully the forests in the area were beautiful and worth the trip anyway. There were temples and a coal museum as well as just beautiful views of...More
Although the taxi ride cost a bit (about USD $17 each way), the Mine museum was an unexpected joy to visit with an outstanding crystal/gem display plus excellent displays and even some interactive entertainment which we all enjoyed. We spent a couple hours in the...More
Taebaeksan on a clear day is simply majestic. When me and my friend reached the peak, we were at a loss for words. The view was endless green mountain ridges, seemingly forever. After visiting about 12 of Korea's excellent National Parks, the view I was...More