Gwangmyeong Cave was a metalliferous mine for 60 years and a historical site of the Japanese colonial period. It became very popular global tourist attaction and more than 2 million people visit from domestic and foreign countries this cave a year. It has a living museum and a historical site, Cave Aqua World, the music and art hall, and golden waterfall, golden paths and golden palaces. This cave was designated as one of 100 must-go tour places for Koreans in 2017.
Gwangmyeong Market can trace its origins back to the early 1970s as a small five-day market, meaning it opened once every five days. Now with more than 350 stalls and stores, Gwangmyeong Market is the most famous of Gyeonggi-do’s 3 major traditional markets. Through large scale remodeling, the market has become a pleasant and convenient place to shop. People can enjoy various snacks and Korea traditional food such as Tteok-bokki(Stir fried rice), fish cakes, sweet and sour chicken, fried chicken, bindaetteok(green-gram pancake) and Pigs Feet from stores famous for appeared on the eating TV show as well as fresh vegetables, fruits, and fish.
As part of the Hangang Renaissance project, Nanji Hangang Park is an eco-friendly theme park that should attract visitors from around the world.
The fully equipped Nanji Campground opened first in August 2009. The campsite is complete with all the items and facilities needed for camping, such as 24-hour-shower rooms, tents, and BBQ grills. This camping site is open to everyone.
1. Subway Line 2/4/5 Dongdaemun History & Culture Park Station Exit 10 pick up
2. Subway Line 4 Myeong-dong Station Exit 6 pick up
3. Subway Line 2 Hongik Univ. Station Exit 1 pick up
1. 8:00 am
2. 8:10 am
3. 8:40 am