Do an ecological study on all of the wildlife in the area

Top 10 Best Places in Korea – 10.Pyeongchang Eoreumchi village

Eoreumchi Village in Pyeongchang is a village filled with beautiful views of nature. The rural village is known for its clean environment and clean water. Trout is very popular in the area and you can experience bare-handed fishing for trout. There is also a wide river where you can go kayaking. Explore the mysterious Baengnyeong Cave and turn off your headlamp to experience complete darkness around you. Experience zip lining across the river and fly over the water. Visit Pyeongchang Eoreumchi Village and explore the beautiful and tranquil scenery in the area. The unique activities you can participate in will give you an opporunity to fully enjoy what Korean rural villages and nature have to offer. 

This trip is at a great location next to the famous Donggang River, and surrounded by lots of mountains and caves which we can explore. The town is nestled between mountains and tons of tall, towering trees; the view will take your breath away. The town we will stay in also has many adventurous activities for you and your group to partake in.  

  • Go with the flow of the Donggang River when we go river rafting (May-October only)
  • Explore the caves in the area where you will need to crawl at times, wear headlamps, and observe the natural beauty of the cave including the wildlife that call the cave home
  • At the end of the cave in the last hall we will all turn off our headlamps and experience the total darkness that encompasses everything
  • Go bare-hand fishing for trout (In the winter the water is ice cold, it can be very challenging)
  • Go ziplining across the river and feel like a bird in the sky
  • Jump from a small jumping platform of just 12 meters at Sky Jump
  • Eat delicious meals 
  • View the stars like never before where you can see the different constellations. This is great for the people that are from big cities because there is not a lot of light pollution blocking the stars from our view
  • Sing with your friends with the karaoke machine
  • We will hike Ciljokryeong Canyon where you can see the work that water has made making the canyon over many many years
  • Eat lunch with ingredients from the village we are going to stay at 
  • Swim in the rejuvenating water at the creek (May-October only)
  • Relax on the bank of the river and take in the beauty of the nature surrounding you 
  • Go fly fishing in the Donggang River 
  • There is a great park location where we can do team building games
  • There are plenty of places for us to do Running Man type games in the village
  • There is a seminar hall where your business can have a meeting with all of the employees on the trip. Microphones, projectors, computers, and seating is all provided
  • We can do a Bioblitz and catalogue all of the natural wildlife in the area
  • Use night vision goggles to observe all of the natural wildlife come to the river to drink (Winter only)
  • Have a big bonfire with smores upon request
  • Go fly fishing in the Donggang River

What to Expect

Go down the winding river in while rafting
Go to the seminar room where you and your group can have a meeting. Microphones, screens, projectors, and computers provided
Go to a space in the seminar building where you can learn how to do activities, such as fishing with a net like above
Do an ecological study on all of the wildlife in the area

Learn how to fly fish in the Donggang River
At night we can collect a bunch of bugs and do a study on which ones there are

Crawl and climb through the cave’s different halls
Try your hand at hand fishing and catch the slippery trout
Cross the river in the air while ziplining


Test your bravery while jumping off the Skyjump platform
Eat delicious food like korean bbq pork (삼겹살)
View the stars like never before with little light pollution blocking the light from the night sky

Hike in the canyon that took many years for water to form
Swim in the refreshing river water

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