|Hwanseongul Cave (환선굴(대이리군립공원))|
|Hwanseongul Cave is the biggest lime stone cave in Korea. Its length is 6.5km and there are fantastic stalagmites, stalactites, about 10 lakes and waterfalls. Some spots of interest include stalactites that look like the Great Wall of China and many other uniquely shaped figures.
The mercury inside of cave stands at 12-24℃ in the summer and 8-9℃ in the winter. It takes 30-40 minutes to the entrance and approximately one hour to look around the cave. Keep in mind that the steep slope to the entrance may be difficult for the elderly and children.
|Natural Monument No.178|
|Around 2 hours|
|November-February: Ticketing - 08:30-16:00 (Last admission: 16:30)
March-October: Ticketing - 08:00-17:00 (Last admission: 17:30)
|Compact vehicles: 500 won
Small & Mid-sized cars: 1,000 won
Buses: 2,000 won
Adults: 4,000 won / Youths: 2,800 won / Children: 2,000 won
Group (over 30 people)
Adults: 3,500 won / Youths: 2,500 won / children: 1,700 won
- One-way Ticket: Adults & Youths: 3,000 won / Children: 2,000 won
- Round-trip Ticket: Adults & Youths: 5,000 won / Children: 3,000 won
- Max. Occupancy: 40 people
- Travel time: 17min (round-trip) / 6min (one-way)
|Baby Stroller Rentals|
Seoul Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Samcheok.
From Samcheok Bus Terminal, take a local bus bound for Hwanseongul Cave.
Local bus schedule: 06:10, 08:20, 10:20, 14:20, 17:20, 18:50 / travel time: 40min
(subject to change/ Inquiries: +82-33-572-2085)