Soyanggang Skywalk is located in Yeongseo-ro, Chuncheon-si, Gangwon-do Province and is the longest skywalk facility in Korea, with a total length of 174 meters and a 156-meters wide transparent glass floor section. It sits next to Soyang 2(i)-gyo Bridge, a landmark of Chuncheon, and the Statue of Soyanggang River's Virgin. The floor has three layers of special tempered glass to strengthen safety.
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Maebongsan Mountain sits at the borderline between Sillim-myeon of Wonju-si and Suju-myeon of Yeongwol-gun, boasting a height of 1,095 meters. Maebongsan Mountain, named for hunting pheasants and rabbits at the peak of the mountain, rises from the southeastern end of Chiaksan National Park and is also voted as the one of the best places for mountain hiking with falling leaves in late autumn.
Gyomunam Rock is one of the rocks located on Sacheonjin Beach, a tourist attraction in Gangneung. Not only is its unique appearance famous, but it is widely known due to the name intertwined with old legends and local master Heo Gyun. It is said that long ago, under a large rock on the white sand, where the hills of Gyosan and the streams of Sacheon enter the sea side by side, lay an old dragon.
The water of Yongchu Falls flows down from the Bareungol Valley after rising under the ridge line ranging from Cheongoksan Mountain to Galmibong Peak. The waterfall is a three-story waterfall consisting of the top, the middle and the bottom part. The lower waterfall has formed a deep pond, of which the circumference is about 30 meters.
Coal is the only natural resource of Korea and it has contributed greatly to national economic development by supplying domestic fuel and playing a central role in basic industries. However, with the development of material civilization and the increasing use of clean energy, the demand of coal is rapidly decreasing.
The rocky area scattered on the beach under Sokcho Lighthouse, Dongmyeong-dong, Sokcho-si is called 'Younggeumjeong'. You can enjoy the beachscape by standing in the pavilion built at the end of the overbridge on the rock facing the sea.
Wondae-ri Birch Forest, an ecological tourist attraction near Inje-eup, was constructed by planting 690,000 birch trees in the area sized 138ha from 1974 to 1995, and currently, 25ha of the area are operated as a Forest Experience Center for Children.
Natural Reserve of Seoraksan Mountain spans from Inje-gun to Yangyang-gun and Sokcho-si of Gangwon-do Province Province. The origin of the name "Seorak" comes from its main peak, Daecheongbong Peak (1708 m), because it is covered in snow for five to six months throughout the year.
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