Best things to do in Gyeonggido and sightseeing in Gyeonggido
Everland - Gyeonggido
I personally prefer Everland to Lotteworld because the rides in Everland are alot more exciting and exotic! There’s discounts for students if I am not wrong and there is a shuttle bus(5002) from Gangnam Station.
This place looks different in summer! The last time we were here was winter and it had christmas decorations all over the place. Headed to Zootopia first to see my animal friends! Such beautiful place. All the colourful flowers really put you in a better mood. The rotating house really made me scream my head off!
Jisan-dong - Gyeonggido
Skiing at Jisan Forest Ski Resort– There are many skiing resorts in Seoul but they are all located outskirt of Seoul. There are several pickup points and one of it is right in front of Gwangdaemun which is just one bus stop away from where we stayed. Skiing is really one hell adventure because it can be really tough to master at the first try. However as we choose the half-day skiing package with lift included(trust me, half a day is enough) and gotten discounts, we only spent 640000KRW so we have more money the last few day to spent eating!
Bucheon-si - Gyeonggido
Traveling out of Seoul to take V-train- We took a 5 hours train ride(0-train)out from Seoul that loops around the inland running through Gangwon-do, Gyeongsangbuk-do and Chungcheongbuk-do (10 hours to and fro Seoul) just to see the interior of the Korean Peninsula. It will then stop at Buncheon Station and then we had to alight and get to the V-train. (Seoul > Buncheon Station >V-train(Buncheon>Yangwon>Seungbu>Cheoram>Bucheon)>Bucheon Station>Seoul). It is really damn pretty with valleys covered with snow and river frozen. I think it will be even prettier if it’s autumn! Really amazed by these breathtaking views of natural rocks and cliffs along the steep valleys and mountains. Remember to bring passport along and book in advance because there is limited seats on the train.