Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Landmarks of South Korea

Most interesting landmarks of South Korea Below are listed the most amazing natural and man made landmarks of South Korea. Natural landmarks of South Korea Caves Bilemot Cave...

Manjang Cave

One of the most unusual and beautiful show caves in the world is Manjang Cave (Manjang Gul) in the beautiful Jeju Island. This is...

Bilemot Cave

The longest lava cave in South Korea, 11,749 m long. Cave has unusual, "braided" passages, spiralling around each other. This gorgeous natural landmark is closed...

Cheonjeyeon Waterfall

The largest and most impressive waterfall on Jeju Island most likely is Cheonjeyeon Waterfall. It forms three impressive cascades over the volcanic basalt. Description The total...

Gosu Cave

Some 5.4 km long limestone cave, which has formed in limestone. This cave has impressive cave formations, including cave pearls, rimstone pools, cave corals,...

Bukchon Hanok Village

Traditional village with original, approximately 600 years old network of streets and alleys. In village have been preserved many hanok - traditional houses. Location, GPS...

Jusangjeolli

A sea promontory which is formed from thousands of interlocking basalt columns. Location, GPS coordinates: 33.2370 N 126.4249 E Categories: Rock formations Values: Geology, Visual Rating: Where is located? Asia, South Korea, Jeju,...

Changdeokgung

Royal palace complex of Joseon Dynasty, outstanding achievement of Korean architecture. Palace complex was built in 1405 - 1412 and currently there are 13...

Hwanseon Cave

Some 8 km long limestone cave. In the cave are enormous cave halls, up to 100 m tall, cave pools and waterfalls, rimstone pools...

Mount Hallasan nutmeg grove (Bijarim Forest)

The only grove of Torreya nucifera trees - beautiful conifers, mostly old and large trees. Here grow many rare and endemic plants. Here is...