Hotels in Seosan, South Korea

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Seosan, South Korea
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Cheapest month:December
Most expensive month:September
Average price in Seosan:$69/night
Cheapest price found:$26/night
Cheapest day:Monday
Most expensive day:Tuesday
$28 - $355
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$28 - $200
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Cheapest hotels in Seosan, South Korea

Seosan Daesan Hotel
7.5 Good
21-3, Gujin-ro, Daesan-Eup, Seosan, South Korea
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10.6 mi from city centre, Seosan, South Korea 

Daesan Hotel is located in Seosan and offers free Wi-Fi. It also provides a lift and luggage storage.

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Seosan Aria Hotel
7.8 Good
94 Dongheon-ro, Seosan, South Korea
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0.5 mi from city centre, Seosan, South Korea 

Seosan Aria Hotel provides a comfortable setting when in Seosan. It also offers free Wi-Fi, a Jacuzzi and an express check-in and check-out feature.

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Seosan Decalle Hotel
6.2 Good
115, Dongheon-ro, Seosan, South Korea
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0.4 mi from city centre, Seosan, South Korea 

Decalle Hotel is situated in Seosan and offers complimentary wireless internet. It also provides free public parking on site and is within a 10-minute drive of Seosan Baseball Training Center.

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Where to stay in Seosan

About Seosan

Overlooking Cheonsuman Bay, Seosan is a small city surrounded by rural farmlands and forested nature reserves. It boasts off-the-beaten-track cultural and historical landmarks, as well as one of the most important pilgrimage sites for Catholicism.

Things to do in Seosan

Visit one of South Korea’s best-preserved Joseon-era fortresses at Haemieupseong, which was built in the 15th century to guard the coast against Japanese pirates. It’s considered a Holy Ground by Korean Catholics due to the Byeongin persecutions that took place here in 1866, with a memorial hall and 300-year-old locust tree of particular significance.

Wake early to see the rising sun illuminate the Yonghyeon-ri Rock-Carved Buddha Triad, one of the only Baekje-era ruins remaining in the Seosan area. It dates back to the late-6th or early-7th centuries and features a Buddha flanked by two Bodhisattva standing atop a lotus leaf.

A short walk away is the ancient pagoda of Bowonsa Temple, which has been designated a National Treasure of Korea. Follow the walking trail that leads to the 15th-century Gaesimsa Temple to admire its ancient hanging mural and the sacred statue of Amitabha Buddha.

If you want to experience the natural beauty of Seosan, hit one of the hiking trails in the Yonghyeon National Natural Recreation Forest. Dense groves of oak trees blanket the valley floor and it boasts crystal-clear streams and magnificent views towards the Yellow Sea.

Getting around Seosan

Seosan is around 1.5 hours’ drive from Seoul and just under three hours from Incheon International Airport. Buses travel throughout the city and connect to neighbouring towns and villages, with many sights within cycling distance of the city centre.

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