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Bukhansan National Park

1,093 Reviews

Bukhansan National Park

1,093 Reviews
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262, Bogungmun-ro, Seongbuk-gu, Seoul 02700 South Korea
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SuyuSeoul Metropolitan Subway56 min
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No Shopping DMZ Half Day Tour from Seoul
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No Shopping DMZ Half Day Tour from Seoul

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Enjoy the highlights of the DMZ and get back to Seoul in time for lunch on a guided group tour. Listen to immersive commentary during visits to Imjingak Park, Dora Observatory, and other important landmarks. Have your camera ready for an unobstructed view of one of the world's most famous demilitarized zones. Best of all, this excursion does not include unnecessary shopping stops that other tours add on, which saves you valuable vacation time.
USD 55.00 per adult
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Meander67420578585 wrote a review Nov. 2020
South Korea1 contribution
이곳은 대한민국에서 높은 산입니다.자연과 숲 그리고 전경이 아주 좋습니다. 운동화는 꼭 안전한 걸 들고가세요.어린아이는 올라가기 힘들 수 있습니다. This is the highest mountain in Korea. The nature, forest and views are very good. Make sure to go for safe sneakers. Young children can have a hard time climbing.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Iuliia Kleshcheva wrote a review May 2020
South Korea9 contributions4 helpful votes
I had a great time here. Climbing the highest peak was a bit challenging but the view was totally worth it. Make sure to bring gloves with you - there are ropes holding which can be painful.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Roompie56 wrote a review Apr. 2020
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Its like stepping into a movie and reliving South Korean Joseon Dynasty again. This was so sensational. It is spectacular how this is divided from the modern world. If I were to go back to South Korea, I would visit more of the ''peaceful'' places and visit this one again. Not only can you relive this, but there was a building right in the mid of the mountain, where you could write your wishes on a roof tile. I also bought a tiny souvenir which I still have hanging after so many years. Advised: Take some proper mountain hiking equipment with you (especially shoes), if you wish to see the top. Because of the fact that I did not wear mountain shoes, I slided down easily.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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wattz wrote a review Feb. 2020
Avignon, France87 contributions33 helpful votes
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Amazing place we wanted to do it for fun enjoying and we asked at the entrance the forest Guard what to do. I ll add the map and the beautiful pictures of the temple there. A big harder at the end for non sportive but OK. Something to do for the view of the city from there, the rock and the temple. In Feb it was peaceful with a bit of snow there but really something to do.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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xxinxx wrote a review Feb. 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia10 contributions2 helpful votes
It is a relatively easy hike even for those without hiking experience. The trails is easy to navigate, it should take not more than 6 hours (return trip) for beginners. The only difficult part is near the peak due to steep climb. Went there in late October when the leaves started to turn red and yellow. It was very windy at the peak, I'd suggest to bring extra layer of cloth for comfort. Although I hiked alone, I wasn't lonely because along the way, there were many people (especially friendly ahjummas) offered me food and started a conversation despite the language barrier.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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