DaeyasanNatural Recreation Forest
Near the recreation forest are historically-famous sites such as Bong-amsa Temple, the relics of Gyeon Hwon, the birthplace of Ungang Lee Kang-nyeon, and Mungyeong Saejae Mountain Pass. Allowing visitors to enjoy sightseeing and leisure sports at the same time, the recreation forest offers various hands-on experience at the ceramics exhibition hall, ecological park, clay shooting range, rafting site, and the drama open set. Located right next to Yongchu Valley, the recreation forest’s facilities include the Forest Culture Recreation Center, Forest Cabin, Woodcraft Experience Center, and forest experience trails along Seonyudong Nadeul-gil.
|Lodging Facility||Lodging Complex (2 buildings, 20 rooms)||4 lodgings : (40㎡) for 6 persons|
|4 lodgings : (49㎡) for 8 persons|
|12 lodgings : (25㎡) for 4 persons|
|Row Cabin(3 buildings, 8 rooms)||4 lodgings : (49㎡) for 8 persons|
|4 lodgings : (44㎡) for 7 persons|
- 31-35 Yongchu-gil, Gaeun-eup, Mungyeong-si, Gyeongbuk
- Destination used for navigation devices
- Daeyasan (Mountain) Natural Recreation Forest, Yongchu Valley(Wanjang-ri, Gaeun-eup, Mungyeong-si, Gyeongsangbukdo)
- Mungyeong palgyeong (mungyeong saejae)
- The highest and toughest valley of Gyeongsang province, which connects Han-gang (river) and Nakdonggang (river), and also the hub of society, culture, and economy.
- Yongchu Valley
- Yongchu Gyegok Valley is located in Mt. Daeyasan and it is the unique place where the water does not dry up throughout the year.
- Gaeun Open Movie Set
- An open movie set located on a Mountain, where many soap opera had been shot, such as Yeongaesomun, and Honorable Baek Dong Soo.