Ep.13 Have You Fully Enjoyed Road Trips on Korea’s National Road #7?
World Ch. Schedule : FRI 10:30 KST
Date : 2020-10-23
A unique to way to travel in Korea is a drive along its coast! Come and have a taste of ultimate road trips on Korea’s National Road #7, with oceans, nice drives, amazing views, and tasty food!
[Uljin, Hidden Gem of National Road #7] Glass Bridge Connecting Sky and Sea and Snow Crab Feast
Drive on National Road #7 along the eastern coastline and you’ll get to a quaint and cozy town called Uljin, which is a hidden gem-like destination in Gyeongsangbuk-do Province. Irem from Turkey and Peace from Rwanda tour around the town. The two go to the 20-meter-tall and 135-meter-long skywalk linking the sky and the sea in order to soak up the ocean view of Uljin. They enjoy a thrilling walk on the bridge’s reinforced glass floor and take in the magnificent view of Gatbawi Rock in Hupo wrapped in white sea foams. They then move to taste some delicious food, which you cannot skip on your road trip on National Road #7, and have a snow crab feast, Uljin’s most famous local delicacy, after browsing through a seafood market in the town. It ain’t over till it’s over on National Road #7. Join them on the epic trip on the road.
[Yangyang, Must-Visit Spot on National Road #7] Old Naksansa Temple and Surfers’ Beach
Nana from Ukraine goes to a thousand-year-old temple at the edge of Obongsan Mountain where it meets the aqua-blue East Sea. Naksansa Temple on the hill of Yangyang where you can smell the ocean and hear the rolling waves is already known for its killer view and is a must-visit spot for those traveling on National Road #7. Yangyang’s exotic beach is another great destination along National Road #7. Surfing is said to be the best way to enjoy this beach where you’ll feel like being somewhere in Southeast Asia. Its waves are supreme and surfers from all across Korea love to come here to ride the waves. Enjoy catching the waves here to have a taste of a unique trip along National Road #7.