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D course(Indigo Wave Promenade)
A course(Light & Wind Promenade)
B course(Blue Snow Crab Promenade)
C course(Mokeun Promenade of Contemplation)

Jangsa Beach

Located along the No. 7 national highway in Jangsa-ri, Namjeong-myeon, Jangsa Beach is distinguished for its thick and no-stick sand grains. So, walking the sands on Jangsa Beach is very good for cardiovascular health. Jangsa Beach boasts of the best sunrise nationwide and is only 5-minute distance from Bugyeong Hot Spring that has the best water quality.

The memorial in the vicinity was erected on the Jansa landing operation site at the time of Korea War and has the vestiges of history, serving as the place of learning for students.

Samsa Marine Park

Samsa Marine Park, full of vital energy from the East Sea, offers the panoramic view of the clean sea and boasts of the scenic beauty in the surrounding area, attracting many families on both weekdays and weekends. Among the noticeable features of this place are included the Manghyang Tower, which was erected in 1995 to soothe the sorrow and homesickness of the migrants from the 5 Provinces of the North Korea, along with Grand Gyeongbuk Bell which marks the 100th anniversary of establishment of Gyeongbuk Province, performance hall, waterfall, and other amenities.

Here, the "Sunrise Festival", launched on January 1, 1997 for the first time, was crowed with people wishing for good luck in the New Year. This annual event has taken root as another cultural event.

Yeongdeok Fishing Village Folk Exhibition Hall

This Fishing Village Folk Exhibition Hall aims to identify traditional folk customs and culture that are being vanished in the fishing villages as part of effort to inherit and develop the traditional fishing culture, and furthermore, provide new spectacles to tourists and adolescents, serving as a place for the learning with hands-on experience, and help add vitality to local economy.

The Fishing Village Folk Exhibition Hall, the first of its kind in Gyeongsangbuk-do, is an ideal and perfect place for families who seek both experience and fun.

Ganggu Port

Gangguhang Port Snow Crab Row Be inebriated by the scent of the ocean and the flavor of snow crabs With sights to see within a 10-minute distance, you have to eat before you can do any sightseeing. Snow Crab Row draws in tourists day and night. It is the core of tourism in Yeongdeok. It is the Gangguhang Port Snow Crab Row.

Yeongdeok is the home of snow crabs. The most snow crabs are caught here. They are even sold overseas. The auction site has a global capacity.

Gangguhang Port is a representative port of Yeongdeok. Samsa Marine Park, Sunrise Park and other sights to see are within a 10-minute distance. Just with snow crabs, Ganggu is the core of tourism in Yeongdeok. There are different types, but the best snow crabs in Korea are from Yeongdeok.

The snow crabs have straight legs like bamboo. Some have legs that are 30-40cm long. Everyone falls in love with the meaty legs. The ones caught at Ganggu and Chuksan in March and April taste the best.

Ganggu is where all the snow crabs caught from November through May end up. You can buy cuttlefish and brown seaweed at an inexpensive cost, too. Various fishing village experiences are also available near the port. Every year when the spring breeze blows, Gangguhang Port becomes a site for the snow crab festival, but they don't just have snow crabs.

It was some time ago, but the port was the film site for the drama, "You and Me". The road from Gangguhang Port to Chuksanhang Port is praised as the east coast's best coastal drive. It is the starting point of the recently rising trekking course, Blueroad, a road to walk with the wind, sun and ocean. Ganggu is becoming another name for Yeongdeok.

[Origin] The home of Yeongdeok snow crabs and a paradise of seagulls, the story of Ganggu Yeongdeok-eup is inland, so the home of snow crabs was originally Gangguhang Port. They should be called Ganggu snow crabs instead of Yeongdeok snow crabs. But long ago, Gangguhang Port was a small port that wasn't that well known.

Yeongdeok-eup was better known since it was a large village. That's why they called the snow crabs Yeongdeok snow crabs. The port might have been small, but it was a very active port full of energy. A place with tension and energy.

A white lighthouse, red markers and waves like the teeth of whales. It's beautiful to see that all this is alive. There are thousands of seagulls at the wharf. The reason is pretty interesting.

If seagulls are here, it means there is good food. A lot of pollack is caught at Gangguhang Port. Fishermen gutted the pollack on the breakwater to start drying them right away. There were always a lot of pollack intestines on the breakwater.

There is no way seagulls would give up a feast like that. There is a fun story that the people of Ganggu are wakened by the cries of seagulls and they can't go to sleep until the seagulls quiet down.

Wind Farm

Wind Power Generation Complex The Wind Power Generation Complex. Follow the sun, water and wind to the East Sea. The sun, ocean and wind. Is there anything more you could want at the east coast? A view from an ocean path representative of Blueroad. There is wind everywhere, but here, you can find out more about it and hear the song of the wind.

There is wind everywhere. It spreads out vastly and it's cool. If I were to name this place, I would call it 'windmill garden on top of the wind'. That has more warmth to it.

The sun, ocean and wind. Is there anything more you could want at the east coast? A view from an ocean path representative of Blueroad.

You can see all three everywhere, but here, you can find out more about the wind and hear the song of the wind. The wind of Yeongdeok and the south wind from the Pacific dance with the 24 generators.

There are many things to fill your heart here. After walking at Sunrise Park near the Changpomal Lighthouse, head up the coastal road and the Yeongdeok Wind Power Generation Complex is near.

The complex has 24 wind power generators, the New and Renewable Energy Center, the Sunrise Camping Ground, an aircraft display with 10 Air Force planes, a large soccer field with lighting for night time and an outdoor performance area.

There are also small parks like 'wind park', 'sky park', 'pinwheel park' and 'children's park'. It is a great course to walk.

There are monuments of Gosan Yun Seondo, Shin Deukcheong and Lee Yuheon. It is like a huge literature park.

When you enter the complex, the first thing you see is the Gosan Yun Seondo's poem monument. The East Coast Moonlight Hike takes place when there is a full moon.

Who would have thought the inspiration of ancient sages would be brought out by a moonlight hike?

Shin Deukcheong Monument

On the way to the New and Renewable Energy Center, another monument greets you. It is the Shin Deukcheong Monument with "Yeokdaejeolliga". Shin Deukcheong was born in Illyang-ri, Changsu-myeon, and was the lord of Pyeongsan Prefecture.

He wrote "Yeokdaejeolliga" at the end of the Goryeo Period, but Goryeo fell. "Yeokdaejeolliga" is considered to be the first work of Korean lyrical literature. It is praised along with Shin Deukcheong's patriotism.

Renewable Energy Exhibition Hall

Mecca of renewable energy! It is the hub of the renewable energy cluster off the coast of the East Sea, characterized by wonderful natural environment, nature blending harmoniously with wind farm, and education on renewable energy!

This is a place to learn about energy from the wind and sky in a leisurely fashion. It is an energy paradise filled with much to see and experience.

Let's take a look around the New and Renewable Energy Center. To the right of the entrance, there is a touch screen in high resolution with tourist information.

Past the entrance, you can see energy with seven different themes.

It reminds you of what you learned about energy in school and then forgot over time. You can understand more about energy by completing the missions given.

On the 2nd floor, there is a sweet flag foot bath heated with solar heat to rest your tired legs.

I'm going to recharge and look at everything else in the center.

Sunrise Park

Sunrise Park Changpo-ri Village has the cozy scenery of a fishing village A school that isn't that large can be seen. It is the Yeongdeok Elementary School Changpo Branch. There are also small rocks by the seashore. It is a fishing village that hasn't been developed. It won't be common to see when there is development.

Small lighters wharf, Changpo-ri village tower

The village is called Changpo-ri because it has a lot of sweet flags. At the entrance, there is a 200-year-old Chinese Juniper. Behind the village is a 100-year-old bamboo forest. The village has the energy of Mt.Cheonjisan.

Behind the village hill, a reed forest is being formed to film movies and become a provincial park. The village was designated as the most beautiful fishing village in April. Why April? Probably because the scenery of Sunrise Park is brightest then.

This place is also where people who finished the 2-hour 'East Coast Moonlight Hike' come to have a drink and eat local specialty foods. From sunrise to sunset, Changpo has beautiful colors. The ocean is full of sunlight and moonlight.

The East Sea embraces the two different types of light and has unlimited force. It disperses with the commanding appearance of Yeongdeok's landmark, the Changpomal Lighthouse. Changpomal Lighthouse at Sunrise Park looks like the claw of a snow crab.

National Route 20 starts in Pohang and runs along the coast to Yeongdeok. You can see the east coast up close. National Route 20 extends behind Gangguhang Port. You can see the Path of Light in Changpo and Sunrise Park. The ocean is full of sunlight and moonlight.

The East Sea embraces the two different types of light and has unlimited force. It disperses with the commanding appearance of Yeongdeok's landmark, the Changpomal Lighthouse. When the sun sets, the moon is greeted.

Changpomal Lighthouse, the landmark of Changpo-ri, is a symbol of the Yeongdeok coast and stands majestically as a masterpiece. A Yeongdeok snow crab holds up the red beacon light. It has a unique design and a pretty and cozy interior.

The scenery around the lighthouse and the scenery of the east coast from the top of the wooden steps relieves all stacked up stress. Have two cathartic experiences, once at the top of the lighthouse and once at the coast at the end of the park's walking trail. There was a mountain fire in the past.

The residents of Yeongdeok used the burnt trees to make stairs and form a walking trail. The trail has an observation deck with a great view, a pergola for rest, fish sculptures and music broadcast with romantic poems. Wildflowers and native plants were used to create a nature education site.

It has turned into a tourist site with flowers all year round. Located along the best road for a coastal drive in Korea, this is also the section with the sunrise hiking path and Yeongdeok night time hiking path. It is recognized as the best spot in the east coast.

Authentic Snow Crab Village

The power of the unique Authentic Village and Yeongdeok The bench for deep thoughts and contemplation......The village leaves distinct impression on the heart of visitors

The small port overlooks the bamboo mountain and the village, and tall wind flowers at the entrance to the village are swaying in the breeze.

It is the natural community of Gyeongjeong-ri, Chuksan-myeon, the area subject to the jurisdiction of Jeong Bang-pil, the first governor of Yeonghae in the 2nd year rein(1345) of King Chungmok, the 29th King of Goryeo Dynasty......Omitted The crabs caught here resembled the bamboo and therefore were called 'snow crab'. Considering the history, this village has been dubbed as 'Authentic Snow Crab Village of Yeongdeok'.

Reading the words inscribed on the memorial, I found that the simple scenery of this village left an impression on my heart. Gyeongjeong 2-ri was the Sugu-neo-mi village. In the mid 11th century(about AD 1060), the governor of Yeonghaebu made a tour of the village. While going over the hill on horseback, he fond that the geography of this village resembled the cattle and horse cart and named this village as Chayoo(combination of Cha, meaning the cart, and Yu, meaning the 'act of going over').

The memorial rites take place during the Yeongdeok Snow Crab Festival in spring beside this memorial. There is a bench in the small New Millennium Commemorative Village Wood for watching the scenic beauty of the sea and immersing yourself in deep thought and contemplation, along with the Chayujeong and 8 Pungjeong next to the stone marker(milestone). The village, selected as 'Beautiful Fishing Village by the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries, gives unique impression.

Authentic Snow Crab Village...What makes this village authentic? It means that there is no place better than this village to catch the snow crab. This village, famous for the snow crab catch, provides ideal habitat for snow crab. So, this place is called 'snow crab village'. Also, the snow crab is called 'daege' in Korean because it has long legs resembling the bamboo. In addition, the snow crabs caught in this village, the best habitat, have such unmatched taste that nothing can compare with. That is why this village got the name, 'Authentic Snow Crab Village'.

This snow crab has different taste and quality compared to the snow crab caught in other regions, and furthermore, this village does not receive the shipment of snow crabs from other regions. That reflects the pride and strong intention of the villagers to maintain the status and spirit of authentic snow crab village. Usually, snow crab season spans from December to May, and those caught in March and April are the most flavorful. Particularly, snow crabs caught at the last day of the month are packed with delicious flesh. Most villagers make a living by fishing. Snow crabs caught in seasons form the winter to spring are sold directly to the sliced raw fish restaurants and delivered nationwide. During the fishing off-season in summer, fishers lodge together at a house near the seaside. However, the fishing boats for catching the squids and other fish are always operated. The special products of this village include the dried sea weed, abalone, sea cucumber, sea squirt, squid, etc., as well as snow crab. Chayu Dombawi, the first rock on the seashore toward the north of Chayu village, has turned to the Gangseongdom fishing spot which is the most famous in the East Sea.

This is a place that is not well-known but ideal for the tautog fishing in a leisurely and comfortable way. You cannot miss this place to enjoy the taste of snow crab in this village, the original place for authentic snow crab. This is the beautiful village selected by Yeongdeok, offering the real taste of snow crab. - Yeongdeok Blue Road~ It is the pride of Yeongdeok that has the most beautiful coastlines along the Blue Road Course II, and represents the landmark of Yeongdeok.

Authentic Snow Crab Fishing-Village Experience

It provides abundant experiences, including the bed and breakfast(private rental service) in fishing village, ship fishing, ship boarding, snow crab catching, sea weed collection and drying, barnacle experience, net fish trapping, forest bathing(green shower/forest therapy) in coastal promenade, bare-hand fishing using the seafood that are recently caught in abundance.

Chuksan Port(Mt. Jukdo observatory)

Chuksanhang Port - Mt. Jukdo The song of the mountains, port, lighthouse and wind makes Yeongdeok romantic Plants like aster sphathulifolius, dentranthema boreale, tiger lily, aster glehni, etc. The plant habitats are interesting. The coast has a coral habitat which is popular among scuba diving clubs.


A small mountain with an area of 120,000㎡ at 80m above sea level. Mt.Jukdosan is covered with a bamboo habitat. I think about bamboo trees and snow crabs as I head up to the observation deck.

It's very cozy to be a mountain. The observation deck path is very nice for a hike. The wind from the Pacific flutters in your ears.

Mt.Jukdosan also has a reputation for its rare and wild plant habitats. There are plants like aster sphathulifolius, dentranthema boreale, tiger lily, aster glehni, etc. The plant habitats are interesting.

The coast has a coral habitat which is popular among scuba diving clubs. At the 80m summit is a white lighthouse, it is the Jukdosan observatory. It was built in 1935 to guide fishing boats into Chuksanhang Port.

It shines brightly on the Chuksan area at night. Most of the views from the mountain look down on the ocean, so the walking deck offers the most romantic scenery in the east coast. The Jukdosan Observatory is an exhibition with types of East Sea fish and lighthouses, an observatory with a view of the ocean, port and the suspension bridge and an arboretum with wild plants.

There is much that pleases the senses. The walking trail is wide and long and the sounds of the ocean add leisure to it. The octagonal pavilion nearby and the snow crab town are nice, too.

Chuksan-myeon - Chuksanhang Port : A beautiful port

Chuksanhang Port is known for its beauty. The geographical features of the mountain extends to the coast and forms a coastline like a bay.

It is a truly beautiful port. This area also relieves traffic by distributing it to National Route 7 (Donghaedaero), National Route 20 (Chuksanno) and Route 5 (Yeongdeongno).

The restaurants at Chuksanhang Port form a food town with delicious food. The port is surrounded by mountains creating a calm atmosphere.

Along with Snow Crab Village, it is Yeongdeok's greatest snow crab habitat. The night scenery is also worth seeing.

The LED lights go well with Chuksan Lighthouse. They look like ocean creatures swimming.

If you drive along the coastal road, you will feel like you are swimming with them. Lodging and swimming are available at the Chuksan Marine Experience Center.

Mt. Daeso Bongsudae

Mt. Daeso Bongsudae(Gyeongbuk Monument No. 37) The ridge of Yeongdeok, where the wind is swirling, shows the fierce life of the ancestors.

Mt. Daeso is the mountain behind Chuksan-ri of Chuksan-myeon, and Sajin-ri and Goesi-ri of Yeonghae-myeon. Located near the sea, this mountain as high as 278m offers panoramic view from Jukdosan observatory. In clear sky, the Jukdosan observatory provides the view of 7-8 low mountains behind the Mt. Daeso, which look like the cards piled up on each other toward the East Sea.

Mt. Daeso owes its fame to Bongsudae at the top of mountain. Mt. Daeso Bongsudae was one of the communication mode in Joseon Dynasty, and its relics are preserved in a particular way. This Bongsudae signified the situations of Chuksanpo of Yeongdeok. The communication network of Bongsudae comprised of the Byeolbansan Bongsudae of Yeongdeok to the south(within the wind farm), Gwangsan Bongsudae to the west, Hurisan Bongsudae of Hupo to the north, and Namgaksan Bongsudae of Jinbo and Namsan(capital city) of Hanyang. Currently, only the relics of Bongsudae have been preserved. However, Mt. Daeso Bongsudae site has been preserved in the best conditions to date.

The road to Mt. Daeso Bongsudae has been the shortcut from Chuksan to Yeonghae for a long time. In addition, the Mt. Daeso is one of the hidden tourist attractions for the sunrise in Yeongdeok. Unlike the Chuksan Port and Mt. Jukdo, Mt. Daeso is difficult to climb, which is why this mountain has remained a hidden tourist attraction.

Mt. Daeso is the first transit area in Yeongdeok Blue Road connecting from Ganggu Port to Goraebul Beach, particularly in Blue Course C behind the Chuksan Port. Although you can hop in the car, there is the milestone indicating the Bongsudae and Yeongmyeongsa along the road. So, it would be a good walking tour experience to climb on foot. It is not difficult to find. You will find Yeongmyeongsa if you walk about 500m toward Yeonghae along the national highway no. 20 from Yeomjang crossroad.

Then, forest road will appear that is connected to Mt. Daeso Bongsudae. It stretches about 2km from Yeongmyeongsa to Bongsudae. The pavement of the forest road is in good condition, but you need to be careful because the road is narrow. Bongsudae is the communication facility, using the smoke in the daytime and torchlight at night on top of mountain as high as Mt. Daeso, to cope with emergency, transmit important information and notify the central government of the situation related to the frontier.

Mt. Daeso Bongsudae is said to have been built on the seacoast southeast of Yeongdeok in early Joseon Dynasty. Bongsudae has the shape of burial mount. The bulwark is built with stones, and the fortress is built in a conical shape with the diameter of 11m and height of 2.5m.

Mt. Daeso Bongsudae, which provides an insight into the communication modes of Joseon Dynasty, was designated as Momument No. 37 by Gyeongsangbuk-do. This Bongsudae provides the panoramic view of Chuksan Port and picturesque beauty of the East Sea at a far distance.

Goesiri Traditional Village

Experience the elegant spirits of a village of nobility. Goesi-ri used to be a prosperous village. Some people were financially wealthy, but it was an exemplary village of academic and virtuous scholars. Fruits ripen on the trees in the yards. The academic knowledge is passed on, too.

The village embraces Mangilbong Peak and looks down at the Yeonghae Plain. There were many swamps around Songcheon and a gully north of the village, so it used to be called Hojichon, ho meaning gully and ji meaning land.

Now, the lotus flowers in the village enhance the village''s atmosphere. The old houses stand facing southwest. I enter the village along the 200-year-old road.

I see fermented soybean blocks hanging under the eaves. It''s like my hometown and my heart feels warm. Before it was called Yeongdeok, this place was Yeonghae./p>

It had the largest plain in the east coast. Because nobility lived here, it was called ''little Andong''. It had to be reached via Ultijae from Hanyang, so it was mistaken as a place of exile.

But judging from the influence of the Yeonghae governor, you can guess the high status of Yeonghae. Goesi-ri Village maintained its status and values for a long time. Several old houses including the head resident of the Goesi sect were restored as folk material and cultural properties.

The stone wall path. You can see stone walls like this around the entire village. Goesi-ri reflects the residential culture of the nobility of the northern Gyeongbuk area.

Hamchang Kim clan was one of the first people to settle here when it was called Hojichon. It is the home of Mokeun Lee Saek''s maternal relatives and also his birthplace. Around 1359, he changed the name of the village to Goesi because it looked similar to Huaishi, China, which he visited when he was studying abroad there.

Several families lived here since, but the Yeongyang clan settled starting in 1630 and it became a clan village. 380 years have passed since then. Goesi-ri attracts people with unique features.

At Goejeong, a house to experience traditional houses, there is a culture program every weekend from 10 6 p.m. You can wear traditional clothes, jump see-saws, throw arrows in a barrel and learn etiquette. As such, the village makes an effort to preserve and teach tradition.

Hojimal Festival

Every fall, the Hojimal Festival is held. You can ride a palanquin, experience a traditional wedding or see a traditional house. There is also hiking on the Mokeun hiking trail. Cultural interpreters are available along with court dancing and songs of east coast fishermen. There are reenactments of traditional pastimes like jumping see-saws and throwing arrows in a barrel. You can also taste traditional tea like lotus tea.

Goraebul Beach

Where is the whale that the sages of ancient times saw? Story of Goraebul Beach resembling the whale. The scenic beauty of the nature is never boring, and there is no choice.

There are two ways to Goraebul Beach. The first way is driving straight after passing through Daejin. Then, you will have the premonition of vast and desolate scenery and see the inspiring scenery of the sea on the right side. The comfortable and odd feeling that you are headed for the best place of Yeongdeok with cool breeze... You will be thrilled by the profound scent from the pine grove with the scent of sea and the unobstructed view. Now, you are in front of Goraebul. Take a deep breath and get close to it. The second way to Goraebul Beach is entering the Deokcheon Beach featuring the modern landscape. If you walk along the pine trees and sandy beach, you will reach Goraebul Beach unawares. Both ways are recommended. The difference is only whether you drive or walk. The scenic beauty of nature is never boring, and there seems to be no choice.

9 sceneries, 9 tastes, and 9 experiences. Goraebul is the only beach among the 9 tourist attractions of Yeongdeok, and is one of the 9 sceneries. It is the place for ultra-lightweight aircraft experience, namely Yeongdeok Sky Experience, and offers one of the 9 wonderful experiences in Yeongdeok. Goraebul Beach is mentioned in the episode of Lee Saek in relation to the toponym of "Goraebul". Also, Goraebul Beach is included in Myeongsa 20-ri Story as its sandy beach measuring 8km in length is the longest in the East Sea, The Chamgiin story says that it takes one and a half hour to walk from the starting point to the ending point of the shore. In addition to the Yongbawi story, Goraebul Beach has an unlimited stories to be unfold. It is the most prominent beach of Yeongdeok covering the six coastal villages adjacent to Byeonggok-myeon. The unhampered view of the seashore is amazingly vast. You will be overwhelemed by the scenery and your jaw will drop open. People say that only four things come into their sight. They are the sea, sand pine forest, and sky. Also, you will feel very refreshed and find your true self. This is a story that everyone knows, but we cannot skip it.

Mokeun Lee Saek, who was born in Yeonghae-myeon, climbed to the Gwaneodae which was called, 'Mt. Sangdae' during his childhood. He saw the whale blowing a jet of spray high in the coastal waters before the sandy beach, and named the place as Goraebul which means the field where the whales swim leisurely. For a while, I wondered how the name given by a young boy has become the toponym of this place. Anyway, they call the Deokcheon Beach and Yeongri Beach(located over the Daejin Beach) altogether as "Goraebul Beach". Goraebul is also said to be famous for the sea-fishing of snapper and spipefish. So, I wonder how significant meaning the Goraebul has in Yeongdeok. As the 8km-long sandy beach is connected inwardly like a bow, both ends of the beach can be viewed at a glance.

Mysteriously, the sand particles on the seashore of Yeongdeok are thick and do not stick to body easily. The sand particles are thick like the gravels, and have wonderful golden color without stickiness. It is quite convincing that the sand bath at this place improves health. It seems that those treading on sands here would have the profound and mysterious feeling. The touch of sand still lingers on my feet even one or two days later. The seaside below the Ganggu Port is the sand beach on the southeastern coast and is said to have much better sands compared to this place. There seems to be the reason that makes certain tourist attractions more famous.

Goraebul Music Fountain Square

The glittering Music Fountain which is jetting the water gorgeously has emerged as a new spectacle in the middle of Goraebul Beach. This Fountain has been a significant attraction that help make the vast Goraebul Beach even more famous. If you feel that the Beach is too vast and difficult to find, you can look for this Music Fountain blending harmoniously with the gigantic whale landscaping. Goraebul Music Fountain, which plays the sonata of the broad sea and night with the most romantic color, adds fun and gives the memorable traveling experience in the seashore.

The dazzling Goraebul Music Fountain show can be seen at least three times a day: 8:30, 9:30, and 10:30.

Goraebul Beach Festival

Held from late July to early August, features various exciting seaside activities, including squid-catching, roundnose flounder-catching, veneridae clam gathering contest, in parallel with the stage performances.

Goraebul Beach Festival is a large-scale event and runs for three days. If you have any experience of raising eyebrow at the wicked sellers ripping off the tourists during the season of summer exodus, you can come to this Goraebul Beach Festival and participate in various discount events held as part of the Festival.

Yeongdeok Sky Experience

Songcheongang Runway spreads out toward the inland area from Yeonghae Rotary. This is the event site for the 5th National Aerial Sports Competition(Yeongdeok Sky Experience Competition). To start with the gorgeous air show of ultra-lightweight aircraft, about 30 airplanes fly over Goraebul, Daejin, Jangsa Beach, and Osipcheon area in a free formation, creating a pleasantly surprising spectacle.

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