Bucheon (Korean pronunciation: [pu.tɕʰʌn]) is a city in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea. Bucheon is a satellite city of Seoul, 25 kilometres (16 miles) away. This city is located between Incheon and Seoul.
Restaurants in Bucheon
4.5 based on 50 reviews
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Просто в восторге от него, велосипедные дорожки, места для занятия спортом, тихие укромные места - все в нем есть. Чистый, Цветущий, ухоженный!
4.5 based on 24 reviews
Walking around the park is free and a lot of things to see different flowers and trees plus Waterfalls and birds from chickens to peacocks and a ostrich. after seeing the park there is a museum that was cheap to get into with exhibits from insects all the way up to dinosaurs.
4 based on 61 reviews
i travelled here in the 2014 march and was mesmirised to see these minis of entire world attractions.
they have given a lot of thought in collating infor and selecting attactions from different countries and put together in a park well laid. the drab back is its in the open part and the wether decays are visible.
its very wonderful visit and i recommend when u are in soeul of Bucheon.
avoid snowy season and rainy days.
carry water its a long walk if see all in deatil.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
4.5 based on 8 reviews
It is usually cold in korea. During the winter season there are not many activites you can do. Greenhouse is one of best options here in Bucheon. Easy to park .
4 based on 7 reviews
다양한 로보트 모형과 체험을 할수 있는 곳이에요
입장료가 좀 그렇긴 하지만 아이들이 좋아해서 자주가곤합니다
4 based on 5 reviews
This place is between the Bucheon football stadium and the Azalea Garden - short walk from the Bucheon Stadium metro station, line 7. It's a very small museum with displays of various traditional Korean archery equipment and artifacts, as well as other weapons. There is also a theater room showing interesting videos of bow making and fletching. Unfortunately for me, everything in the museum is in Korean only... If you don't speak or read Korean, bring a Korean friend or tour guide! I finished in less than 30 minutes and had lunch in the "Coffee and Noodles" cafe next door, overlooking the archery range behind the museum. I thought there would be more to the museum considering Korean Olympic archers are the best in the world, but overall it was a good experience for someone interested in archery with an hour to spare.
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