About halfway down Korea’s East Coast, you’ll come across a place called Uljin. An area famed for its natural hot springs, yachting and hordes of tourists who have fled the urban sprawl of nearby cities such as Pohang, Daegu and Andong. But Uljin is certainly worth the trip even if you are not within its regional reach. One such reason for you to dedicate a weekend to Uljin is for having a chance to stay at the beautiful resort pension that is simply known as 207 Mile. With a sprawling freshwater pool in the center, a private freshwater pool adjacent to your suite/loft, a traditional japanese hinoki hot tub inside your suite, plus kitchen for you to cook in or you can pre-order Korean BBQ to cook on your patio.
If staying at 207 Mile starts to bore you, you can also try sailing on a yacht, snorkeling or scuba diving at the nearby Uljin Ocean Leports Center.
Heading to the shore, where all the hustling of king crab is done, should also be part of your itinerary along with your dining plans.