Seorak Waterpia, located on the top of a mountain, offers the unique experience of bathing in the mountains. You can enjoy the mountains and the water at the same time. Have a drink with your partner at Sokcho food stalls by the seaside. They add romance to the night sea. At the Seorak Trick Art Museum, you can take a lot of interesting photos, so it is especially recommended for couples who love to take pictures together. Spots in Sokcho to make dates with your loved one even more special.

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    Biryong Falls

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    If you walk from the entrance to Seoraksan National Park, and follow the signs, you will reach Yukdam Falls, which consists of 6 short waterfalls and a pond. After crossing the suspension bridge where you can fully appreciate Yukdam Falls, continue along the valley to arrive at Biryong Falls with has its own dragon legend. When you watch the water falling from Biryong Falls and meandering through the clear valley, your heart feels peaceful. If you love nature, don't miss it.

    Location: Seorak-dong, Sokcho-si, Gangwon-do, South Korea

    Open: 24/7

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    Seorak Waterpia

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    Seorak Waterpia, a part of Hanwha Resort, is divided into the Spa Building, the Aqua Building, the Adventure Island favored by children, the Extreme Valley and the Spa Valley. Seorak Waterpia is popular with families because it uses hot spring water and has many fun facilities for children. However, there are plenty of more extreme activities that adults can also enjoy, so it is recommended for couples and friends as well. If you stay at the resort, you can use these facilities more conveniently.

    Location: 111, Misiryeong-ro 2983beon-gil, Sokcho-si, Gangwon-do, South Korea

    Open: Daily from 6am to 9pm (hot spring sauna). Daily from 10am to 4pm (all-day pass). Daily from 4pm to 7pm (afternoon pass). Daily from 7pm to 8.30pm (night pass)

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    Abai Village

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    Abai Village, a place where displaced people came to live after fleeing North Korea to seek refuge during the Korean War, has become a popular tourist attraction as you can enjoy unique North Korean food such as abai sundae (blood sausage) and experience Sokcho’s famous Gaetbae (raft-like boat). After filming for the drama 'Autumn in My Heart', the number of people visiting this place, also known as a Hallyu tourist destination, increased dramatically, and nice cafes were opened. As time passes, it becomes more attractive. Don't miss the beautiful scenery and the unique food here.

    Location: 122, Cheongho-ro, Sokcho-si, Gangwon-do, South Korea

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    Sokcho Food Stall Street

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    Quiet contemplation while looking at the sea at night. Head to the food stalls at Yeopngrang-dong, Sokcho, to feel a sense of awe. Thanks to the delicious snacks and the pleasant night-time sea view, it’s easy to indulge in some beverages with friends or loved ones. The food stalls, which are lit up until late, add romance to the view of Sokcho’s sea at night. Enjoy a glass of wine with your partner and friends while looking at the sea at night in Sokcho. It will be a wonderful memory.

    Location: Yeongranghaean-gil, Sokcho-si, Gangwon-do , South Korea

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    Seoraksan Native Botanical Garden

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    The Seoraksan Native Botanical Garden is a space created to preserve the native plants of the Seoraksan area and to experience nature. Only Korean wild grass grows, and even though it looks simple, it reveals its charms with every step. If you look at the guide map, it may not seem that big, but unexpectedly it is a place where you can walk for a long time.

    Location: 164, Baramkkonmaeul-gil, Sokcho-si, Gangwon-do, South Korea

    Open: Daily from 9am to 6pm

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