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Havet Poolvilla & Resort
Havet Poolvilla & Resort
5.6 Okay
46, Huindol-ro Byeonggok-Myeon, Uljin, South Korea
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26.7 mi from city centre, Uljin 
OkayBased on 1 review
5.6

Situated in Yeongdeok, Havet Boutique Resort treats guests to a private beach and an infinity pool. The resort offers a swimming pool and a Turkish steam bath, as well as rooms with private terraces.

Uljin Grand Hotel
Uljin Grand Hotel
7.7 Good
Uljin-Gun Yeonji-ri 113, Uljin, South Korea
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0.5 mi from city centre, Uljin 
GoodBased on 169 reviews
7.7

Uljin Grand Hotel is located in Uljin and offers free Wi-Fi. It also provides luggage storage, a designated smoking area and meeting rooms.

Dukgu Oncheon Resort Hotel
Dukgu Oncheon Resort Hotel
7.8 Good
924, Deokguoncheon-ro, Uljin, South Korea
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8.8 mi from city centre, Uljin 
GoodBased on 14 reviews
7.8

Located in Uljin, Dukgu Oncheon Resort Hotel is within a 10-minute drive of Eungbongsan Mountain and offers on-site parking. It also features a 24-hour reception, a sauna and free Wi-Fi.

Hanwha Resort Baekam Hot Springs
Hanwha Resort Baekam Hot Springs
7.3 Good
129-13, Oncheon-ro, Uljin, South Korea
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19.2 mi from city centre, Uljin 
GoodBased on 170 reviews
7.3

Boasting a sauna, HanwhaResort Baekam Hot Springs is located in Uljin and offers traditional accommodation. Guests also have exclusive access to the on-site Hot Spring Sauna and Table tennis court.

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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Uljin:£67/night
Absolute cheapest price found:£30/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Friday
£38 - £104
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£37 - £103
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Uljin Grand Hotel
Uljin Grand Hotel
7.7 Good
Uljin-Gun Yeonji-ri 113, Uljin, South Korea
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0.5 mi from city centre,  

Uljin Grand Hotel is located in Uljin and offers free Wi-Fi. It also provides luggage storage, a designated smoking area and meeting rooms.

£40
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Hanwha Resort Baekam Hot Springs
Hanwha Resort Baekam Hot Springs
7.3 Good
129-13, Oncheon-ro, Uljin, South Korea
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19.2 mi from city centre,  

Boasting a sauna, HanwhaResort Baekam Hot Springs is located in Uljin and offers traditional accommodation. Guests also have exclusive access to the on-site Hot Spring Sauna and Table tennis court.

£52
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Dukgu Oncheon Resort Hotel
Dukgu Oncheon Resort Hotel
7.8 Good
924, Deokguoncheon-ro, Uljin, South Korea
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8.8 mi from city centre,  

Located in Uljin, Dukgu Oncheon Resort Hotel is within a 10-minute drive of Eungbongsan Mountain and offers on-site parking. It also features a 24-hour reception, a sauna and free Wi-Fi.

£62
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Havet Poolvilla & Resort
Havet Poolvilla & Resort
5.6 Okay
46, Huindol-ro Byeonggok-Myeon, Uljin, South Korea
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26.7 mi from city centre,  

Situated in Yeongdeok, Havet Boutique Resort treats guests to a private beach and an infinity pool. The resort offers a swimming pool and a Turkish steam bath, as well as rooms with private terraces.

£95
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Hotel prices in Uljin

3 stars

£52 - £62

Dukgu Oncheon Resort Hotel

No. 1 most popular

£62
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Hanwha Resort Baekam Hot Springs
£52
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Where to stay in Uljin

About Uljin

Surrounded by inviting stretches of sandy beach and natural hot springs, Uljin boasts a picturesque setting overlooking the Sea of Japan. A traditional farming and fishing region, it’s also home to impressive cultural sites, ancient temples and sacred caves.

Things to do

A highlight of Uljin is the limestone cave of Seongnyu-gul, which means “the cave where the holy Buddha stayed” and is where a sacred Buddha statue was hidden during the Japanese invasions of Korea. Follow the juniper tree-lined walking trail to the entrance of the cave, then admire the unique formations illuminated by a rainbow of coloured lights.

Embark on a scenic drive along the coastal road from Uljin to Bonghwa, travelling through the magnificent Bukyeong Valley. It’s home to the 7th-century Buddha Shadow Temple, one of the region’s most photogenic locations due to a shadow resembling Buddha that is cast on the adjacent lake.

Continue north to Deokgu Valley for a soak in the open-air waters of the Deokgu Hot Spring. Another atmospheric spot to relax is the nearby Baekam Hot Spring whose 43-degrees-Celsius sulphur-rich waters were discovered by a monk during the ancient Silla period.

Make a day trip south from Uljin to the small farming community of Pyeonghae where the 14th-century Wolsong-jeong temple offers fantastic views of the surrounding mountains. Also nearby is the colourful pavilion of Mangyang-jeong, which is surrounded by pine trees overlooking Mangyang Beach.

Getting around

Uljin is three hours’ drive north of Pohang Airport, with flight connections to Seoul and Busan. Buses are the main means of getting around the town and accessing the surrounding sights.

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  • What are the best hotels in Uljin?

    Uljin Grand Hotel (7.7/10 from 169 reviews), Dukgu Oncheon Resort Hotel (7.8/10 from 14 reviews), and Hanwha Resort Baekam Hot Springs (7.3/10 from 170 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Uljin.