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Gunpo, South Korea
25 May — 26 May2
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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Gunpo:€53/night
Cheapest price found:€29/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Monday
€32 - €69
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
€26 - €56
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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About Gunpo

Surrounded by the rugged landscapes of Surisan Provincial Park, Gunpo is a small satellite city in the Seoul National Capital Area. It’s home to scenic hiking trails and a picturesque lake, as well as the bustling nightlife district of Sanbon.

Things to do

Explore the mountain trails of Surisan, which serves as the boundary between Anyang and Gunpo. It’s home to the 6th-century traditional Jogye Buddhist temple of Surisa that was built during the Silla Kingdom and is reached along a forested road famed for its spectacular scenery.

Watch the sunset over Banwol Lake, a man-made reservoir and popular recreational spot. Cast out a fishing line or picnic along the scenic shores, then mingle with locals during sunset.

Want to see the winner of South Korea’s National Beautiful Forest Contest? Head to the Dang Forest of Deokgogae, home to ancient oriental oak and beech trees. It’s renowned for its mystical atmosphere and is particularly beautiful during autumn.

If you’re looking for something to do after dark, take in the night scene of the Sanbon Central Business Section, designated one of Gunpo’s eight famous scenic spots. Bustling at all hours and illuminated by bright neon signs, it’s clustered with international restaurants, shopping malls and street performers.

Getting around

Gunpo is around 1.5 hours by train from Incheon International Airport and is connected to Seoul’s city centre by subway. Two subway lines run north to south through the city and buses connect most of Gunpo’s sights and Surisan’s hiking trails.

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Surrounded by the rugged landscapes of Surisan Provincial Park, Gunpo is a small satellite city in the Seoul National Capital Area. It’s home to scenic hiking trails and a picturesque lake, as well as the bustling nightlife district of Sanbon.

Things to do in Gunpo

Explore the mountain trails of Surisan, which serves as the boundary between Anyang and Gunpo. It’s home to the 6th-century traditional Jogye Buddhist temple of Surisa that was built during the Silla Kingdom and is reached along a forested road famed for its spectacular scenery.

Watch the sunset over Banwol Lake, a man-made reservoir and popular recreational spot. Cast out a fishing line or picnic along the scenic shores, then mingle with locals during sunset.

Want to see the winner of South Korea’s National Beautiful Forest Contest? Head to the Dang Forest of Deokgogae, home to ancient oriental oak and beech trees. It’s renowned for its mystical atmosphere and is particularly beautiful during autumn.

If you’re looking for something to do after dark, take in the night scene of the Sanbon Central Business Section, designated one of Gunpo’s eight famous scenic spots. Bustling at all hours and illuminated by bright neon signs, it’s clustered with international restaurants, shopping malls and street performers.

Getting around Gunpo

Gunpo is around 1.5 hours by train from Incheon International Airport and is connected to Seoul’s city centre by subway. Two subway lines run north to south through the city and buses connect most of Gunpo’s sights and Surisan’s hiking trails.