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Korea’s 5 Adventurous Spots 
Are eager to experience new emotions and to pump up adrenaline time to time? Then, outdoor activities in Korea would be perfect choices for you to challenge the explorer in you.
Here we are offering you some exemplary adventures in Korea.

Water Leisure Sports, Gangchon

Chuncheonho Lake is an artificial lake made by Chuncheon Dam on the upper region of the Bukhan River. Water leisure sports center is in Chuncheon, a lovely city located in Gangwon-do region.

As an ideal place for water sports, its facilities offer waterskiing, windsurfing, and wakeboarding lessons and rentals. In winter you may find skiing adventure in Elysian Gangchon Ski Resort.


Zip Wire, Jeongseon
Going down from 419 m height with a speed of 96 km/h?

Aranabi Zip Wire runs. You may start your “zip trip” from Byeongbangchi Skywalk which offers a thrilling experience as it gives a feeling of walking in the sky thanks to the tempered glass on the ‘U’ shaped structure (11m) projected from the cliff.

But first of all, visit Byeongbangchi Observatory to see the beauty of Bamseom Island and Donggang River.


Jungmun Saekdal Beach, Jeju Island
Jungmun Saekdal Beach of Jeju Island has white arch-shaped sandy shore and four distinctive colored sands of white, black, red and gray called jinmosal. Thanks to Jeju Island’s black basalt and jinmosal, the beach has appeared in several dramas and movies. It offers a variety of marine sports such as parasailing, water skiing, windsurfing, scuba diving, and rafting for the visitors who seek excitement and fun.


Downtown Cycling, Seoul
Your interests may lie in adrenalin charged sports like paragliding, ice climbing, river-rafting or scuba diving. However, it may also be based on enjoying a more sedate pace on a cycling adventure. If you are in love with bicycles, it would be a unique joy to discover your urban excitement by cycling the Han River in downtown Seoul on state-of-art bicycle path.


Ice & Rock Climbing, Seoraksan
The falls that reach 350 m high, artificial climbing wall, culture center, and climbing gym. Seoraksan Towangseong Falls offer climbing enthusiasts both high-end facilities and untamed adventure –with or without ice. If you think that you are competent in climbing there is also a contest in February.

To explore more adventure in Korea, you may download our brochure, Unexpected Adventures, Explore Korea