• Gaesil Village
    Behind Gaesil Village, meaning the beautiful valley with flowers, are Hwagaesan Mountain and Jeopmu Peak where azaleas are in full bloom in spring, and a small creek flows before the village.
    It is the village where descendants of Jeompiljae Kim Jong-jik, the founder of the Yeongnam Sarim School who met disaster during the Muo massacre of scholars in the late Joseon period, lived together, and 80% of the houses in the village are Korean-style homes (hanok). Visitors can enjoy 30 experience programs including taffy-making and hanok stay with diverse sizes (lodgings in farmhouses).
    • Location29 Gaesil-1gil, Ssangrim-myeon, Goryeong-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
    • Inquiry054-956-4022
  • Ye Village
    In addition to the clean air of Gayasan Mountain, this village offers pensions on the green field, experience facilities, a large-scale water playground (free-flowing pool) and caravan lodgings.
    Visitors can experience a variety of programs, including rice-planting, rice harvesting, strawberry dish making, wildflowers and tea etiquette lessons and foods necessary for experience use local natural ingredients.
    • Location816 Deokun-ro, Deokgok-myeon, Goryeong-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
    • Inquiry054-954-5555
  • Gayatgo Village
    The Gayatgo Village, which is home to 12-string gayageum letting out beautiful melodies, is a resort town equipped with accommodations, experience facilities and a large-scale cultural center amid the cozy and friendly surrounding environment. Jeongjeonggol belongs to Kwaebin3-ri, Daegaya-eup, and its name comes from the vigorous sound of gayageum virtuoso Ureuk created on command from Daegaya's King Gasil; in Chinese characters, Jeongjeonggol is written "Jeongjeonggok (丁丁谷)" or "Geumgok," the combination of geum meaning gayageum and gok meaning valley.
    • Location55 Jeongjeonggol-gil, Daegaya-eup, Goryeong-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
    • Inquiry054-956-1799