Ahopsan Forest
Ahopsan Forest
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Jaclyn A
Kingston, Canada74 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2023 • Couples
First bamboo forest and so worth the trip. They also have a spot where you can tell they are harvesting mushrooms! Fun for pictures and even purchased some bamboo cups when we left.
Written 26 April 2023
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Birgit
3 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2022
Take 2 or 3 hour walk through this forest and enjoy beautiful Bamboo, Pine and Cedar trees in a quiet area.
Written 18 September 2022
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Huong Cao
Seoul, South Korea4 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020
If you like k-drama and like climbing, gymnastics, you should come here. Like me lol. I was actually quite surprised by a forest of bamboo trees. It's very special and fresh.
Written 16 August 2020
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Joey C
72 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020
Ahopsan Forest was originally a private forest and maybe because of that, this bamboo forest is still very much preserved and holds one of the best bamboo view I've seen in Korea. Get yourself a photogenic picture at the stone gate, which was much featured in the k-drama "The King: Eternal Monarch'. (*Tips: Remember to bring yourself some mosquito repellent too!)
Written 16 August 2020
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Divya H
9 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020
If you are in Busan do visit this hidden gem where the recent Lee Minho's drama The King was shot, This is a great place to get close to nature, enjoy some fresh air and recreate your favorite drama scenes! Worth the short hike! Will definitely go back again during my next trip.
Written 16 August 2020
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Gilbert Rivera
Gumi, South Korea370 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020
Ahopsan Forest! Being the most important place in the South Korean drama "The King: Eternal Monarch" starred by Lee Minho and Kim Goeun should be a must to visit for each traveler, be it a local or a foreign. Surrounded by healthy green bamboos will surely give you a good vibe once you visit the place. I'm telling you, the entire place is not only for the two rocks depicted in drama but also bamboos, the animals like rabbits found near the entrance and it is also good for trekking. To those who want to feel the presence of nature, I guess this place is one to be recommended. Good for both solo and group travelers. Better to check the weather when visiting since the trail going up the rock pillars can be slippery when wet.
Written 12 August 2020
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nabeelaami
Seoul, South Korea48 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020
Such a great place to visit in Busan where you can enjoy the bamboo habitat forest and take a look at the filming location of famous K-drama such as "The King: Eternal Monarch", "Scarlet Heart Ryeo", 100 days my princes and many more. While reminiscing your favorite scene of the drama, you can also reconnect with nature. The entrance fee is only 5000 won, if you come during summer you can spray the mosquito repellent that they already provided nearby ticketing booth and you get to grab a free hand fan with the picture of Ahopsan Forest bamboo. Don't forget to take the maps pamphlet at the ticketing booth as well. You need to hike up a bit during this journey, do wear something comfortable.
Written 12 August 2020
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Lau_dela
Vevey, Switzerland990 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2024 • Solo
A one-hour stroll located 30 minutes from Busan. But what a magnificent setting these century-old trees are. A rare density which allows a real disconnection. Few people and opportunity to sit and enjoy the calm and surrounding resources.
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Written 10 May 2024
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KELIG B
19 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2024 • Couples
A quiet, serene and splendid place.
I recommend !
For convenience, we came by taxi because the bus is much longer.
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Written 6 May 2024
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루시엘
Gimhae, South Korea1 contribution
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 • Solo
There are thick bamboo trees on both sides, and it is a great place to take pictures and relax, including a pond, a cypress forest, and a movie location. However, I think that the admission fee has increased from 5,000 won to a whopping 8,000 won (60% of the previous price), which is too expensive compared to the facilities. For 8,000 won, you can enter most decent indoor places. I recommend going somewhere else instead.
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Written 6 October 2023
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