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Biryong Falls, Sokcho

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Waterfall · Hiking Trail
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Biryong Falls (비룡폭포 in Hanguk) is a waterfall in Seoraksan National Park in Sokcho, located halfway between Yukdam Falls and Towangseong Falls. The loud falling water of falls is said to resemble dragons flying up towards the sky, which is why it was named Biryong (flying dragon) Falls. The frozen waterfall in winter is another magnificent sight.
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  • On the hike you pass super clear water , you get company from the chipmunks if you have some food to spare, the view at the top is really nice and worth the climb. The last part is steps but still... 
    On the hike you pass super clear water , you get company from the chipmunks if you have some food to spare, the view at the top is really nice and worth the climb. The last part is steps but still...  more »
  • The falls were great, but what's more awesome are the views along this trail, especially at the near end of it (around the suspension bridge). Would recommend this trail to beginner hikers and... 
    The falls were great, but what's more awesome are the views along this trail, especially at the near end of it (around the suspension bridge). Would recommend this trail to beginner hikers and...  more »
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  • A wonderful hike within the seoraksan national Park I can highly recommend it if you have 2-3 hours to do the whole thing. The first 30% is a gentle stroll on a largely sealed surface. At the bottom of the Cascade section it becomes a rocky incline traversing a series of bridges and elevation. The views of biryong falls are wonderful. However tempting the pools look I was disappointed to know that swimming is prohibited. There are two toilets along the way. Continuing for a final gruelling kilometre is the track to viewing the highest waterfall. This is a tough vertical hike with over 500 steps and a sheltered viewing platform with binoculars at the top. If you have the fitness it is well worth it.
  • The falls were great and the trail even more fun to climb. Not easy but was worth it.

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