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I hiked to the four major points, some spots more scenic then others.
The first point was the hardest to hike up, many stairs and hard to maneuver areas.
Please be careful, I would not recommend children go with you. Some areas up top the...More
This is a great place to just get away. I hiked the entire mountain in about 4 hours going pretty quick. Bring plenty of water and some snacks. Wear layers since u will warm up quickly hiking nearly straight up.
This most serene spirited site is one that I will always keep coming back to that will last a life-time for me. My favorite time to visit is early fall when you get to see and view the beautiful different colorful scenery of Soyo Mountain...More
Koreans love to hike/walk. So this place is popular with locals. There were monks there when I went and the people along the trail are surprised to see tourists. The trail is well maintained and steep in many places. ADA is not a Korean thing....More
Must do if staying in or near the Dongducheon/Camp Casey area. A nice walk, very approachable for anyone even moderately physically fit. Getting there: I followed liljazz01's instructions to the letter and had no trouble finding the place. Seeing it: to be honest it was...More
If your stationed in Korea, have a day to kill and want to get a good leg workout i recommend this place. Lots of photo opportunities. Tips/Info:
1. Cost 1000W to get in.
2. Wear comfortable shoes and clothes. Hiking boots or combat boots recommended...More
Someone already mentioned how to get to Soyosan via vehicle, but it's just as easy to take the bus or train. The 39 bus will take you all the way there, or alternately, you can take Line 1 (dark blue line) to the last stop,...More
A buddy and I went to hike up Mt. Soyosan one weekend and I got the opportunity to check out Chajaeam Temple while I was there. If you get dropped off by taxi it is a bit of a walk until you get to the...More
Soyosan is an amazing mountain hiking experience and Jajaem Temple is one of the first things you get to from where you start at the bottom. It's an ancient Buddhist temple, hundreds of years old although it was of course rebuilt several times, most recently...More