Cheonan (Cheonan-si, sometimes spelled Chonan or Ch'onan) (Korean pronunciation: [tɕʰʌ.nan] ( listen)) is a city located in the northeast corner of South Chungcheong, a province of South Korea, and is 83.6 km south of the capital, Seoul. The average temperature in the city is 12.5C, with a recorded high of 34.2C and a low of -13.4C.
Restaurants in Cheonan
4.5 based on 102 reviews
The architecture of Independence Hall is striking and slightly Stalinist. The surrounding parks are quite beautiful in the Spring. The highlight for me though was definitely the museum. While I don't doubt that there's a fair amount of one sidedness and the exhibits can get a little propagandaish, the museum is an interesting look at the Japanese occupation. It's a good way to gauge how the Korean government and many Koreans view their past relationship with Japan and why there is so much bad blood between the two peoples even today.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
C1 ( 2015.07.03 )
There was good temple among Korea many temple. I've many temples in Korea, there was one of beautiful temple, I think. There was a big Buddha, some people went around it praying. There was beautiful buildings and had good smell, clearing ringing sound. I were satisfied with sightseeing, sound and scent. I always felt good in Korea temples. Good palce to make calm.
4 based on 35 reviews
We visited the Water Park even though it was winter and freezing outside.
Was surreal to be able to be in swimsuits. Water was warm and nice and kids had a blast at this place. It's not extremely big but good enough if you want the kids to burn off some energy.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
4.5 based on 22 reviews
4 based on 16 reviews
For this travel I found myself in the hills of Cheonan, south Korea at the Gwangdeoksa Temple. I have been looking for a temple since arriving in Korea six months ago. The temple was decorated with paper lanterns in preparation for a celebration the following week. I've been to other temples in Asia and while this was nice it lacked the serenity I was expecting. This is a working temple where Buddhist monks reside. At the time of my visit construction was apparent and the monks were overseeing it. I don't know if this temple is getting away from it's roots by making it a tourist attraction for outsiders.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
C1 ( 2015.07.03 )
This temple located in the hillside, so it had good landscape. But there was not big than I think. There was a good place to visit on passing the way, and enjoy Cheonan's landscape. The mural and state of the Buddha was worth seeing, but so-so.
4 based on 5 reviews
C1 ( 2015.07.03 )
This museum was not one building, and located in building of Postal Department's Training Institute. So accessibility was not good. But this museum's theme was very interesting and had Korean post history. There was not big, but content was good, I think.
3 based on 1 reviews
This water park has both indoor and outdoor attractions. The indoor facility is heated, has a lazy river, 5 slides, a children's play area, a Loterria, and a couple of heated pools (온수풀). The water park opens at 10 am; I suggest going early since the crowds come around 1:00 pm or so.
For those who have never been a Korean water park, you have to wear a shirt, shorts, and a HAT (swim cap or even baseball cap is fine). All children must wear a life vest (which are conveniently available for rent for ￦4,000 each). Additionally, you might want to wear water shoes since the grips on the floor mats can hurt your feet AND there seems to be large sections of the water park with green tile mold. I wasn't too worried about it but want to make sure people are aware of it.
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