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Mungyeong, South Korea
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Mungyeong Saejae Resort
8.0 Excellent
7-12, Wellbeing Town-Gil, Mungyeong-Eup, Mungyeong, South Korea
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3.3 mi from city centre, Mungyeong 
ExcellentBased on 35 reviews
8.0

This comfortable resort in Mungyeong offers complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as luggage storage and an express check-in and check-out feature. It also provides a lift and a tour desk.

Sungbo Youth Hostel
6.9 Good
377, Sangmu-ro Hogye-myeon, Mungyeong, South Korea
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9.9 mi from city centre, Mungyeong 
GoodBased on 51 reviews
6.9

Featuring an outdoor pool, Sungbo Youth Hostel is located in Mungyeong and offers comfortable accommodation. Those staying at the property can also make use of complimentary Wi-Fi.

Ramada Resort by Wyndham MungyeongSaejae
8.0 Excellent
288-77 Sangcho-ri, Mungyeong, South Korea
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4.8 mi from city centre, Mungyeong 
ExcellentBased on 155 reviews
8.0

Ramada Mungyeongsaejae Hotel offers a comfortable setting while in Mungyeong. It also provides a concierge, a 24-hour reception and a coffee bar.

Stx Resort
7.8 Good
509, Cheonghwa-ro, Nongam-myeon, Mungyeong, South Korea
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18.4 mi from city centre, Mungyeong 
GoodBased on 106 reviews
7.8

STX Resort is located in Mungyeong and offers free Wi-Fi. Guests also have exclusive access to the on-site Spa Santorini and Basketball/ Foot volleyball court.

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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:June
Average price in Mungyeong:£76/night
Cheapest price found:£21/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Saturday
£57 - £109
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£52 - £96
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Mungyeong Saejae Resort
8.0 Excellent
7-12, Wellbeing Town-Gil, Mungyeong-Eup, Mungyeong, South Korea
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3.3 mi from city centre,  

This comfortable resort in Mungyeong offers complimentary Wi-Fi, as well as luggage storage and an express check-in and check-out feature. It also provides a lift and a tour desk.

£44
Avg. per night
Stx Resort
7.8 Good
509, Cheonghwa-ro, Nongam-myeon, Mungyeong, South Korea
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18.4 mi from city centre,  

STX Resort is located in Mungyeong and offers free Wi-Fi. Guests also have exclusive access to the on-site Spa Santorini and Basketball/ Foot volleyball court.

£47
Avg. per night
Sungbo Youth Hostel
6.9 Good
377, Sangmu-ro Hogye-myeon, Mungyeong, South Korea
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9.9 mi from city centre,  

Featuring an outdoor pool, Sungbo Youth Hostel is located in Mungyeong and offers comfortable accommodation. Those staying at the property can also make use of complimentary Wi-Fi.

£51
Avg. per night
Ramada Resort by Wyndham MungyeongSaejae
8.0 Excellent
288-77 Sangcho-ri, Mungyeong, South Korea
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4.8 mi from city centre,  

Ramada Mungyeongsaejae Hotel offers a comfortable setting while in Mungyeong. It also provides a concierge, a 24-hour reception and a coffee bar.

£80
Avg. per night

Hotel prices in Mungyeong

2 stars and under
Sungbo Youth Hostel
No. 1 most popular

Sungbo Youth Hostel

377, Sangmu-ro Hogye-myeon, Mungyeong, South Korea

6.9. Good
£51

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3 stars
Mungyeong Saejae Resort
No. 1 most popular

Mungyeong Saejae Resort

7-12, Wellbeing Town-Gil, Mungyeong-Eup, Mungyeong, South Korea

8.0. Excellent
£44

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4 stars +
Ramada Resort by Wyndham MungyeongSaejae
No. 1 most popular

Ramada Resort by Wyndham MungyeongSaejae

288-77 Sangcho-ri, Mungyeong, South Korea

8.0. Excellent
£80

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About Mungyeong

Boasting a rich history in the production of ceramics, Mungyeong lies along the ancient Great Yeongnam Road on the doorstep of the spectacular Mount Songnisan National Park. It’s home to excellent museums and a beautifully maintained Joseon-era mountain pass.

Things to do

Get a taste of travelling on the Great Yeongnam Road during the Joseon dynasty along the Mungyeong Saejae mountain pass. Admire the three gates that once maintained control over the pass, then learn about the significance and history of the pass at the on-site museum.

Discover the importance of coal in South Korea’s rapid industrialisation at the Mungyeong Coal Museum. Explore the Miner’s Private House Exhibition Hall to learn about the working conditions of coal miners and admire the vintage machinery and artefacts.

Mungyeong is a gateway to the sharp granite peaks and deep valleys of Mount Songnisan National Park. Follow one of the scenic hiking trails to admire the changing autumn leaves or cherry blossoms during spring, then marvel at one of the world’s largest Buddha statues at the sacred Beopjusa Temple.

Mungyeong is known for producing exquisite ceramics, so get an up-close look at the Mungyeong Ceramic Museum. Learn about the region’s production of buncheongsagi (a grey-blue celadon) since the early Joseon Period and discover why the country’s master ceramicists have been designated National Intangible Cultural Property.

Getting around

Mungyeong is around two hours by train from Seoul and just under four hours from Incheon International Airport. Buses and trains connect Mungyeong with surrounding towns and cities, while the downtown area is easily explored on foot.

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Boasting a rich history in the production of ceramics, Mungyeong lies along the ancient Great Yeongnam Road on the doorstep of the spectacular Mount Songnisan National Park. It’s home to excellent museums and a beautifully maintained Joseon-era mountain pass.

Things to do in Mungyeong

Get a taste of travelling on the Great Yeongnam Road during the Joseon dynasty along the Mungyeong Saejae mountain pass. Admire the three gates that once maintained control over the pass, then learn about the significance and history of the pass at the on-site museum.

Discover the importance of coal in South Korea’s rapid industrialisation at the Mungyeong Coal Museum. Explore the Miner’s Private House Exhibition Hall to learn about the working conditions of coal miners and admire the vintage machinery and artefacts.

Mungyeong is a gateway to the sharp granite peaks and deep valleys of Mount Songnisan National Park. Follow one of the scenic hiking trails to admire the changing autumn leaves or cherry blossoms during spring, then marvel at one of the world’s largest Buddha statues at the sacred Beopjusa Temple.

Mungyeong is known for producing exquisite ceramics, so get an up-close look at the Mungyeong Ceramic Museum. Learn about the region’s production of buncheongsagi (a grey-blue celadon) since the early Joseon Period and discover why the country’s master ceramicists have been designated National Intangible Cultural Property.

Getting around Mungyeong

Mungyeong is around two hours by train from Seoul and just under four hours from Incheon International Airport. Buses and trains connect Mungyeong with surrounding towns and cities, while the downtown area is easily explored on foot.

  • What are the best hotels in Mungyeong?

    Mungyeong Saejae Resort, rated with a score of 8.0 from 35 reviewers, is one of the most popular hotels in Mungyeong. Other top stays include Mungyeong Arirang Hotel, with an average rating of 7.9 from 18 reviewers.