Farm Herbnara in Bongpyeon-myeon is Korea’s first herb farm opened to the public for tours in 1993.
It is located in Bongpyeong, Gangwon Province, which is the hometown of Writer Lee, Hyo-seok. You can take a tour of Lee’s life and work at the exhibition hall and take a literature class.
Woljeongsa Temple, silently sitting amongst the spirit of Dongdae Mt. Manwol, is the temple representing Mt. Odae and cherishing many cultural heritages, including Palgak 9-story Stone Pagoda, National Treasure #48, and Woljeongsa Temple Stone Seated Statue, Treasure #139.
Daegwallyeong New Renewable Energy Exhibition Hall in Pyeongchang is a place where you can learn much about the energy usage and new renewable energy of Korea and the history and principles of wind power generation and participate in the experience programs.
Jeongdongsimgok Dababuchae Trail is a 2.86㎞ course between Jeongdongjin May and Simgok Port (Heonhwa-ro). With the expedition course opened in September 2016, you can enjoy the breathtaking view of the waves hitting the coastal terrace rising along Jeongdongjin Bay up close.
A special experience of becoming one with nature while riding on the track!
Jeongdongjin Rail Bikes are bikes that run on a 5.1 km-long railroad track circulating around Jeongdongjin Bay and Hourglass Park from Jeongdongjin Station back to the station.
The cafés on Gangneung Coffee Street offer a beautiful ocean view along with a cup of coffee. Many coffee lovers come to this street as there are original coffee brands, famous franchise coffee shops, and homemade desserts.
In the beginning or middle of April, the Cherry Blossom Festival is held at Gyeongpodae Gyeongpo Lake. It is Gangneung City’s signature festival that easily connects to various nearby attractions using the public transportation.