This temple complex that has stood on this site since AD 652 but has been destroyed and rebuilt many times. At the entrance are the Four Heavenly Kings (Cheonwang), while the main hall contains a trinity of golden s…
This massive 16-tonne boulder is balanced on the edge of a rocky ledge and can be rocked to and fro by a small group of people. It’s a lookout on the way to Ulsan Bawi and a popular spot for photos.
These remains of a fortress are thought to date to the 13th century. The easiest and quickest way to get here is to take the cable car.
This spectacular granite cliff stands at 873m and is a popular destination for hikers making the strenuous, two-hour, 4.3km hike from the Seoraksan National Park entrance.
A Buddhist temple built in 1957, though originally constructed in the 7th century in the Silla Kingdom. It's worth walking over its wooden bridge, which spans the valley.
On the approach to Sinheung-sa you will pass this huge 10m-tall bronze seated Buddha statue.
Yukdam Pokpo is a series of six waterfalls and a pond.
One of the three ridges that make up Seorak-san.
This cave hollowed into the rock of Seorak-san offers worthwhile views of the valley. The 23 sq m cave was once used as a place to worship the stone sitting Buddha here. To get here, you'll need to walk across multi…
This elegant, traditional Korean house was originally built in the pine forest for people to pray for fallen soldiers in the Korean War. Nowadays people come to meditate on the peace in the spacious villa.