Korean Peninsula-shaped Cliffs , in Yeongwol Seonam Village It is a place known for its resemblance to the geography of the Korean peninsula. It is located on the edge of the Pyeongchang River, which is the southern side of the Sogang River.
Along the river, trees on the high cliffs on the east are lush, while western slopes are gentle, resembling the Korean peninsula. Also, if you go to Baekdu Mountain to the north and South to Pohang, it is said that the mountains and cape of Pohang are very similar. The rafts that run along the river look good.
Access : Address : 555, Hanbando-ro, Seo-myeon, Yeongwol-gun, Gangwon-do / Take a bus from Dong Seoul Terminal (Gangbyeon Station, Subway Line 2) to Yeongwol.
(Bus schedule: 07:00 – 22:00, 30 min intervals / Estimated travel time: 2 hrs) -From Yeongwol Terminal, take a bus bound for Jucheon , Youngseok-ri , Seo-myeon or Sincheon-ri . Get off at Seonam Village and walk 5-10 min following the signs directing you to the Korean Peninsula-shaped cliffs.
From entrance that it takes 30 minutes to go to the observation deck where the terrain of the peninsula is visible from the parking lot.
Parking Facilities: parking fee from this year. The small cars under 15 seats are 2000 won and the mini cars are 1000 won
Nearby Attractions : Byeolmaro Observatory / Uirimji Lake / Jangneung