The South Korean valley town of Jeongseon, in Gangwon province, is well known for its five-day market, a bonanza of fresh fish, produce, herbs, homemade kimchi, cloth, performances and street food stalls. For a peek into the Jeongseon of the past, visit Arari Village, a recreation of a rural community that features traditional homes, handicrafts and a working waterwheel.
Things to do in Jeongseon-gun
4 based on 3 reviews
CYC ( 2013.08.02 )
There was located entrance of Jeongseon 5-day Market. We have visited there in time 5-day market held. There was so many people in there, so this restaurant was crowded by people. Some people without patience got out with complaning. We decided to wait slowly, after minutes we ate bossam with happy. Bossam was famous food, but Jeongsun's bossam was special with milk vetch root. If you ready to wait slowly, recommand. but can't, I don't recommand.
4 based on 12 reviews
CYC ( 2013.07.31 )
There was a small restaurant in the countryside having about 30 seats. This restaurant special menu was Cirsium setidens Dolsotbap. and this menu had about 20 side dishes ( several vegetable, mackerel pike fry, doenjang stew etc. ) This restaurant was crowded by many peoples, so we wait a long time. Becasue there was folksy, atmosphere was not very good, and restaurant was not very clean. but, Jeongsun's famous food, Cirsium setidens Dolsotbap, was eatable for health.
4 based on 3 reviews
친구들과 놀러가서 점심식사를 여기서 했는데
곤드레밥정식, 막국수, 감자전, 메밀전병 등 먹었습니다.
반찬이 여러가지 나오기는 했는데 딱히 땡기는 반찬은 없었고
곤드레밥도 뭐 다른곳과 다를것 없었습니다.
그래도 돌솥에 나와서 좋았어요.
가격은 메뉴당 1만원~1만5천원 정도이고
가격대비 좋지도 그렇다고 나쁘지도 않은 식당이었습니다.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Don't miss it if you are around there! Delicious food, specially the "iron pot pork back bone stew", traditional atmosphere, friendly service (some of the staff can speak english) and acceptable prices!
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Very delicious barbacue! Fresh meat! Try the curry rib! They have English menu and some of the staff can speak little English and they was very helpful and acceptable prices. I had dinner two nights there!
4 based on 5 reviews
가족과 하이원에 놀러와서 곤드레나물밥을 찾던중 처음 방문하였습니다. 주차장에서 여기가 아닌가 싶었지만 오르막을 조금 올라가면 통나무로 지어진 멋들어진 가게를 볼 수 있습니다. 옆으로는 기차가 지나가서 더 좋구요. 곤드레나물밥도 맛있고 반찬도 정갈합니다.
5 based on 1 reviews
La difficulté de Khao Sok est d’obtenir un logement en symbiose avec la nature tout en ayant des prestations haut de gamme.
Rock&Tree House réalise à merveille cette amalgame offrant des chambres digne d’un 3* supérieur (bungalows individuels avec climatisation, TV écran plat, douche à l’italienne, coffre, le tout dans les arbres à 10-20 m de hauteur.
La jeune fille du lobby parle très bien anglais et de très bon conseil. Elle nous a d’ailleurs proposé de ne pas nous facturer 1 nuit si jamais nous souhaitions réaliser l’excursion 2j/1n en floating House proposée par l’hôtel ce que nous avons fait.
Safari nocturne très sympa également !
Restau sur place bon et pratique et sympa car Khao Sok centre n’est pas tout à côté et très très faible en terme de choix.
Je recommande chaleureusement !
4.5 based on 3 reviews
This restaurant is at the highest point on top of the mountain at High 1 ski resort and has commanding views of the winter-wonderland below; from the beautiful snow-crusted trees, to the sea of Mountains beyond.
We came up the gondola (W14,000) to the top of the mountain and after a walk through the alpine forest we decided to check out this restaurant. It looked quite up-market and we expected it to be prohibitively expensive given its stunning location. On the contrary, we found the prices to be very reasonable. They don't serve haute cuisine but what they do, they do well; pasta, salads, steak, cutlets as well as dessert and you can even get a glass of wine if you desire it. The had a reasonably priced-set lunch of pumpkin soup, pork cutlet and a tea/coffee for W25000. The cutlet came with some nice roasted veggies and a little rice and gravy-very tasty. The staff were efficient and friendly and even spoke english (not all but enough).
Of course the star of the show is the fact that the restaurant REVOLVES and you don't miss any of those great vistas. It is also foreigner-friendly. Worth the trip up the mountain for lunch. Not sure what their dinner menu is like.
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