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Tour guide, transportation, lunch and entrance fees. included
Mt. Bukhan is situated in the northern part of Seoul. Designated as a national park in 1983, the mountain is 78.45 km wide and has 6 districts and extends out into Gyeonggi-do. The name Bukhan means "big mountain" in the north, and it is also called Mt. Samgak. Mt. Bukhan has such smooth curves that the large granite rocks sometimes look as if they would slide downs the mountain. The sharp peaks provide contrast to the dozens of valleys and rivers flowing below. The mountain has many different kinds of peaks but its main peak is Baekunbong. The granite peaks blend well with trees, and there are about 1,300 kinds of animal and plant life living on the mountain. Among the granite peaks, the best known is Insubong Peak's Giam. The world famous granite rock peak Insubong is over 200m above sea level, and there are about 100 mountain paths leading to the rock. When you stand on Baekundae and look down, sometimes you can see as far as Seoul and the Hangang River.
Do you want to take a break? Relax your muscles at Korean Traditional Sauna!
Now it's time to replenish the skin with a nourishing massage. The skin becomes packed with moisture as the oil and milk fill the pores.
This massage is also a great way to relax tight muscles.