All Pyeongchang’s attractions included tour. Trip to feel the Buddhist culture in Korea and enjoy amazing landscape of buckwheat flowers.
Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm raises sheep on an area of 195 k㎡, and is privately owned. There are many ranches in Pyeongchang, but Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm is the only ranch that raises sheep. The sheep grazing field is surrounded by a 1.2 meter-long circular walkway, so visitors can view the sheep at all times during their visit. It takes about 40 minutes to walk along this path. The wooden shack fits perfectly with the sheep farm, and has become a popular photo site. To get a closer experience with the sheep, sign up for the feeding experience, where you can give dried hay to the sheep and even reach out to touch their fuzzy heads.
Hyoseok Cultural Festival is held in Bongpyeong in Pyeongchang county of Gangwon-do where the background of one of the materpieces of Korean modern short story, ‘WHEN BUCKWHEAT FLOWERS BLOOM’ wirtten by Hyeseok Lee. The festival is coexisting nature and literature so various programs of buckwheat and the content of the story. The beautiful broad landscape of the buckwheat flowers will make tourists stop and they cannot help taking pictures. In addition, visitors can look around traditional Korean old house where the writer was born and can have chances to participate lots of Korean traditional game.
Buckwheat has cold attribute and it can lower a fever, soothe an inflamation, and facilitate bowel movement. In a hot summer, you can recover your strength and stimulate your appetite by eating buckwheat food.
7:30 Subway Line 2 Hongik Univ. Station Exit 8 pick up
8:00 Subway Line 4 Myeong-dong Station Exit 4 pick up
8:10 Subway Line 2/4/5 Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station Exit 9 pick up