|Yeongnangho Lake (영랑호)|
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Yeongnangho Lake is actually a naturally formed lagoon with a depth of 1.21 Km2 and a circumference of 7.8 Km. The name ‘Yeongnangho’ originated in Silla Period (57 BC – AD 935), when a young man named Hwarang and his friend Yeongnang were returning from the Geumgansan Mountains and they encountered a lake. Awestruck at the beauty of the lake they named it after Yeongnang.
Nearby Yeongnangho Lake is a resort with a golf course and canoe rentals, as well as many pedestrian pathways that joggers enjoy in morning. When visiting the lake, one must be sure to stop by the Beombawi Rock; 'Beom' means tiger in English. This rock takes on the form of a tiger. Many visitors climb this rock to enjoy beautiful views of the surrounding area.
|Adults (ages over 19) - Individual 1,000 won / Group 800 won
Teenager (ages 13-18) - Individual 700 won / Group 500 won
Children (ages 7-12) - Individual 500 won / Group 300 won
* Following programs have been run since June 30, 2004:
Hwarangdo Experience Spot & Martial Arts Performance on Horseback
* Groups: 30 or more people.
* Age 6 and under / 65 and over with Senior Citizen ID card may enter free of charge.
* College students with Student ID card receive discounts.
|1. From Sokcho Express Bus Terminal, take local city bus No. 7-1 or 9-1 and get off at Sokcho Intercity Bus Terminal (25 min ride). Then take a taxi for 5 min.
2. From Sokcho Intercity Bus Terminal, take a taxi(5-min ride).
3. From Sokcho Intercity Bus Terminal, walk 10-min.