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*'''Gangchon Ski Resort'''
 
*'''Gangchon Ski Resort'''
 
Located approximately 30 minutes drive from downtown Chuncheon. A free shuttle runs from Chuncheon to the ski resort.
 
Located approximately 30 minutes drive from downtown Chuncheon. A free shuttle runs from Chuncheon to the ski resort.
*<do name="Cheongpyeong-sa Temple" alt="" address="The ferry leaves from Soyang Dam" directions="" phone="+82-33-1330 " url="http://www.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/SI/SI_EN_3_1_1_1.jsp?cid=264164" hours="" price="Adults 5,000 won / Youth 5,000 won / Children 3,000 won Including Ferry Charge" lat="" long="">Cheongpyeong Temple is South Korea's National Treasure No. 164 is a Buddhist temple dating back to reign of King Gwang-Jong (949-975). Tucked away in a valley between two mountains, it sits at the southern ridge of Mount Bong. The walk up to Cheongpyong Temple is one of Korea's most beautiful walks. Surrounded by woods, clean air and a beautiful stream with many waterfalls, the walk up to the temple is a walk that one does not want to miss. There is a small entry fee to get into the "park" and there are many "ma and pa" restaurants and vendors along the way for snacks. One of the most amazing experiences is dining on the river on a small river table, a platform that is placed in the middle of the stream.
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*<do name="Cheongpyeong-sa Temple" alt="" address="The ferry leaves from Soyang Dam" directions="" phone="+82-33-1330 " url="http://www.visitkorea.or.kr/enu/SI/SI_EN_3_1_1_1.jsp?cid=264164" hours="" price="Adults 5,000 won / Youth 5,000 won / Children 3,000 won Including Ferry Charge" lat="" long="">Cheongpyeong-Sa is South Korea's No. 164 national treasure. It is a Buddhist temple, dating back to reign of King Gwang-Jong (949-975). Tucked away in a valley between two mountains, it sits at the southern ridge of Mt. Bongsan. The walk up to Cheongpyong-sa Temple is one of Korea's most beautiful walks. Surrounded by woods, clean air and a beautiful stream with many waterfalls, the walk up to the temple is a walk that one does not want to miss. There is a small entry fee to get into the "park" and there are many "ma and pa" restaurants and vendors along the way for snacks. One of the most amazing experiences is dining on the river on a small river table, a platform that is placed in the middle of the stream.
  
There is a small backpackers motel near the entrance of the temple if you want to stay overnight. There are a lot of hiking trails that branch into the mountain for those who want to experience Chuncheon's best eco-tourism site. However, to get to Cheongpyeong Temple is quite difficult. There is a mountain ridge road that takes you up and around the valley, however most people tend to take the ferry that leaves from Soyang Dam. This dam is about a 30 minute taxi ride from Chuncheon's central station.</do>
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There is a small backpackers motel near the entrance of the temple if you want to stay overnight. There are a lot of hiking trails that branch into the mountain for those who want to experience Chuncheon's best eco-tourism site. However, to get to Cheongpyeong-sa is quite difficult. There is a mountain ridge road that takes you up and around the valley, however most people tend to take the ferry that leaves from Soyang Dam. This dam is about a 30 minute taxi ride from Chuncheon's central station.</do>
  
 
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