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    Maseok Market (마석오일장), Chookryung Mt. Recreational Forest(축령산자연휴양림), Sareung (사릉)

    Taste the real Korea! We invite you to the Korean style of 'well-being'.

    Price :
    adult 34,000 WON
    Number of person : 45 seats (min 30pax)
    Regional : Namyangju
    Vehicle : chartered bus
    Includes :tranportation, admission fee
    Depature :

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Maseok market day falls on the 3rd and 8th of each month. You can shop fresh meat, fish, fruits, vegetables as well as clothes and house wares which are sold by the bulk near the station. Fruit, vegetables and other produce are available fresh from the farm to the public at wholesale prices. 

After having a look, we are going to have lunch/snacks which are a great opportunity to taste the local food.


After lunch, we are going to move on to Chukryung recreational forest. Located at the outskirt of Sudongmyun of Namyang-si, this recreational forest is an hour distance from Seoul.


There are various promenades that lead to Chukryung Mt and Suri Mt. It is home to lush groves of trees (both indigenous and planted) as well as roe deer, wild boars, rabbits, and other types of plants and animals. There are a number of accommodation facilities, six hiking trails, and a selection of forest discovery programs. Chukryung recreational forest offer a variety of facilities, including forest lodging, auto campsites, wild plant arboretums, forest culture centers, campgrounds, restaurants, and convenience stores. Each year, the forest gain in popularity as more and more visitors come to get a breath of fresh air, wander amongst the trees, and spend time camping with loved ones. 


After having a relaxing promenade, we are now heading to Sareung, our final destination.

Sareung (사릉) is the royal tomb of Queen Jeongsun (1440-1521), a consort to King Danjong. She was perhaps the most tragic royal woman of the Joseon Dynasty. In 1453, she was selected to be Queen out of many candidates and actually became the Queen a year later. However, when King Danjong was forced to abdicate from the throne by Prince Suyang, who later became King Sejo, and was exiled to Yeongwol in Gangwon-do province, Queen Jeongsun was deprived of her title as well. 
After King Danjong died, she built a thatched-roof house outside Seoul
s Dongdaemun Gate (East Main Gate) and lived there for the rest of her life continuing to mourn her husband.
The tomb
s name, Sareung came from the fact that she had missed her dead husband so much. 

Unlike other royal tombs, Sareung looks very simple. Its size is relatively small, and it does not have the
Byeongpungseok stone border. There is only a Muninseok statue of a civil officer and Seokma, a statue carved in the shape of a horse. 


Currently, it is nominated as UNESCO World Heritage/Historic site No.209.

We are very lucky! It has only recently opened to the public. So, lets visit this mysterious historical place where it was kept closed for hundreds of years!