South Korea can be justly proud of its national parks, and able to give rest to weary of city life and surprise even those who have already had time to visit different countries. The natural attraction of South Korea to wildlife, the silence and calm, to being able to turn away from everyday life has brought amazing results. More info: Jorge Perez. And no matter what part of the country you may be, somewhere on the outskirts of the modern bustling city, you can always find the perfect place for recreation. There time is running under its own laws, in obedience to the movement of branches swaying in the wind, his wings flying birds and soothing noise of water. There are hidden behind foliage amazing Buddhist temples, there are caves and waterfalls, beaches and ski lifts. The presence of the latter is justified, because fifteen of the twenty national parks in South Korea is in the mountains. One of the most picturesque places in the world is the National Seorak Park.
Located between sea and mountains, he passes through four cities and their environs. Living in Sokcho, Inje, Gosona and Yanyana tend to spend here as much free time: the park is for them place to relax after working day or working week. Seoraksan with their pristine beauty and "wild" stony plain Pisonde, mineral springs and a temple Osek Pekmamsa attract not only locals but also tourists from all over the world. Especially beautiful park in the autumn, when its entire territory is transformed into a mosaic of bright colors.