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Gyebangsan Mountain Village

Gyebangsan Mountain Village Share


#484, Unduryeong-ro(Nodong-ri), Yongpyeong-myeon
Gangwon Province

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Farming Village Experience


Gyebangsan Mountain, 1,577 meters above the sea level and Gyebangsan Mountain Village sitting at the foot of Gyebangsan Mountain and Unduryeong Ridge constitute a friendly rural village where the pristine nature is still alive. Since it boasts of clean water and a graceful shape, it enables visitors to experience forest ecology and trekking all year round, and seasonal diverse programs provide so much pleasures to visitors that they can have a lot of excitement. In particular, as it harbors quiet and beautiful tourist attractions in addition to Nodong Valley jointly managed by the village, visitors can feel relaxed for a while.


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Transport Information

Public transportation

Seoul → Use a bus bound for Nodong-ri (Lee Seung Bok Memorial Hall) at Jangpyeong Terminal, 20 minutes (operated 8 times a day)

Passenger car

Youngdong Expressway → Turn left at Soksa IC → Turn left at Soksa Three-Way Intersection → National Highway No. 31 → Lee Seung Bok Memorial Hall → Nodong-ri

Nearby tourist attractions

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Hanguk Parro

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Gyebangsan M

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Unduryeong H

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Lee Seung-bo

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Gyebangsan M

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Nearby restaurants

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Wellbeing Re

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Obok Garden

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Odaesan Duck

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Gyebangsan S

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Sanchon Makg

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Nearby accommodations

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Shalom Villa

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Yonggol Song

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Gyebangsan N

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Unduryeong P

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meoru & Dara

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Happy 700 Pe

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