|Oseosan Mountain (오서산)|
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At 790 meters, Oseosan Mountain in Boryeong is one of the highest peaks on Korea’s west coast. Near the meeting point of three localities—Boryeong, Hongseong, and Cheongyang—the mountain is known for its natural beauty boasting a lush forest and pristine waters.
From the top of Oseosan, visitors can see waves of silver grass and fantastic sunsets over the West Coast. The mountain is also surrounded by other equally amazing peaks: Seongjusan Mountain to the south, Gayasan Mountain to the north, and Chilgapsan and Gyeryongsan Mountains to the east. Because of its proximity to the sea, Oseosan is one of few spots in Korea where visitors can enjoy both land and water attractions.
Oseosan Mountain attracts a variety of mountain hikers & climbers. Some enjoy the jagged cliffs and rock formations, others the winding paths along its ridges, and others the gradual incline leading to the peak. There are also several ancient temples and historic sites nearby such as Naewonsa and Jeongamsa Temples and Boksingul (cave formations near Ulgeum Bawi where General Boksin and his men staged the restoration of the Baekje Dynasty).
|+82-41-930-3824, +82-41-930-3423 / Oseosan Natural Recreation Forest +82-41-936-5465|
|1 Route: Seongyeon Parking Lot → 0.5 km → Seonggol → 1.3 km → Sirubong Peak → 1.8 km → Peak
2 Route: Seongyeon Parking Lot → 0.5 km → Yongmot → 1.4 km → Sinamteo → 1.2 km → Bukjeolteo → 1.2 km → Peak
3 Route: Seongyeon Parking Lot → 0.5 km → Yongmot → 0.3 km → Seongyeonsoryuji → 1.3 km → Munsugol → 2.6 km → Peak
|Admission allowed with Oseosan Natural Recreation Forest ticket.|
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|[Train + Bus]
Take the train from Yongsan Station to Gwangcheon (05:45 - 20:20, departs every 30min - 1hr 10min / travel time 2hr 15min)
Take the city bus from Gwangcheon Terminal to Oseosan Mt. (09 :00, 10 :40, 11:20, 14:10)