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This tour departs from Cheongnyangni Station. It includes a fantastic view of the sunrise, a Small temple, Kyongpodae, Ocean train and Railbike. The nice, sandy beach stretches over 250m and has three major swimming spots: in front of Jeongdongjin Railway Station, at Moraeshigae Park and at the Jeongdongjin Seawalls. The spots near the railway station and at the park are more popular because they are spacious and easy to reach with Moraeshigae Park having the added bonus of welcoming swimmers both day and night. Numerous rocks in front of Jeongdongjin Railway Station are home to shellfish, mussels, sea urchins and sea mustard and aside from swimming, visitors can further appreciate the beauty of nature by checking out the Sculpture (Sunrise) Park and Heonhwaro, located to the south of the park. The Jeongdongjin Sunrise Tourist Train has become a crowd favorite as well, ever since its premier run in 1997.
The Ocean Train is a tourist theme train, traveling over 58km and connecting Gangneung, Donghae, and Samcheok. Running along the beautiful East Coast, every seat is tailored to see the ocean and windows are larger than those in regular trains for visitors to behold the majestic waves, elegant beaches, and the emerald-blue ocean. Revamping three passenger cars, the Ocean Train boasts a unique facade, seamlessly intermingling with the surrounding coast. The Ocean train departs from Gangneung Station and arrives at Samcheok Station via Jeongdongjin, Mukho, Donghae, Chuam, and Samcheok Beach. The full course takes approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes and offers a unique opportunity for visitors to enjoy the blue ocean on the East Coast and its colorful personalities throughout all seasons. Each station stop is also unique in its own way, adding to the pleasure of the tour.
Railbike is one of the famous tour package in Korea. The rail bike in Jeongseon Auraji is a new type of leisure sport that combines biking along a railway and scenic views. Rail bikes are commonly found in the mountainous regions of Europe. The sport makes use of an abandoned railway track that runs from Jeongseon Auraji to Gujeol-ri. The total track is 7.2 kilometers long and is a continuous descent that is easy to ride along clean valley waters and crimson red foliage. There are 2-person (110 kilograms) and 4-person rail bikes (138 kilograms). Despite its large size, a rail bike runs quite smoothly so it is sufficient for one person to pedal a 4-person rail bike at speeds of 10 to 30 kilometers per hour. At the boarding area in Gujeol-ri Station, there is a cafe named "A Grasshopper's Dream." Housed in a train, the cafe is the shape of a grasshopper. The rail bike starts in Gujeol-ri station and ends in Auraji Station. Ride at a slow speed of 15kph to enjoy the surrounding scenery. On the way back, you will return to Gujeol-ri on a free train for a comfortable ride with a view.
Railbike is one of the famous tour packages in Korea. The railbike in Jeongseon Auraji is a new type of leisure sport that combines biking along a railway and scenic views. This speciality makes use of an abandoned railway track that runs from Jeongseon Auraji to Gujeol-ri. The total track is 7.2 kilometers long and is a continuous descent that is easy to ride along clean valley waters and crimson red foliage. There are 2-person (110 kilograms) and 4-person rail bikes (138 kilograms). Despite its large size, a rail bike runs quite smoothly so it is sufficient for one person to pedal a 4-person rail bike at speeds of 10 to 30 kilometers per hour.
At the boarding area in Gujeol-ri Station, there is a unique cafe, 'A Grasshopper's Dream'. The cafe is in the shape of a couple of grasshoppers and housed within a train. On the way back, you will return to Gujeol-ri on a free train for a comfortable ride with beautiful view. On the way back, you will return to Gujeol-ri on a free train for a comfortable ride.
All of our tours finish at Cheongnyangni Station.
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