Visit Seoraksan National Park
The word Seoraksan translates roughly as ‘snow-cragged mountains', and this protected area of pine forests and bony rock formations criss-crossed with hiking trails is, quite rightly, viewed as the country's most beautiful national park.
The northernmost of South Korea's parks, it's among the first to change colour at the onset of autumn, when the forest turns to shades of orange, red and yellow.
Taking a cable car to the ruined fortress of Gwongeumseong affords stunning views of the whole park.
Top itineraries in Seoraksan National Park
This is the ultimate introduction to South Korea, moving between shrine-studded national parks and Jeju Island’s tropical paradise to Gyeongju’s ancient temples and the neon of Seoul and Busan. It’s all complemented by private touring and transfers throughout.
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