Daewangam Park, UlsanCurrently Open
- Address: Ilsan-dong, Dong-gu, Ulsan Bangeo-dong, South Korea
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +82-522093754
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Outdoors, Park, Tourist Center, Family And Kids
About Daewangam Park, Ulsan
Originally named as Ulki Park, Daewangam park is located on the east coast of Ulsan, along Daewangam rock. Previously, it happens to be the ‘vestige’ of Japanese colonialism. Later in October,2004, the island was renamed as Daewangam. Reaching to this park is quite easily as it is just walking distance away from Ilsan beach. The name ‘Daewangam’ means a “great king’s rock”. The historical fact behind this name says a queen of the ancient country Shilla was buried under Daewangam while praying for the protection of the country. It is said she eventually turned into a dragon, protecting the country. This historical fact is often used as education information for children. Beside this, the location of this park also plays a major role in attracting tourists from all over the world. While reaching to this park, you need to trek for 1 km, passing through the forest of pine trees, cherry trees, magnolias, camellias, apricots and forsythia. This journey is quite adventurous. Once you reach the park, you will fall in love with the cooling sight of East Sea that you get from the coast of this park. Don’t forget to see the Ulgi lighthouse that appears in the distant like a guiding light in the east area.
Daewangam Park Information
- Entry is free.
- Free parking spaces are available.
- Facilities like walking path, exercise facility and Observatory are available.
- Wheelchairs are available but it is restricted only on paths.
- Wheelchair rental available at Hwangto-gil located in Jungang Theme Road (the park entrance – Ulgi lighthouse).
- Restrooms for handicapped are available at 1F inside Ulgi lighthouse.
How To reach Daewangam Park by Public Transport
- Take Bus no.s- 108, 133, 401 from Lotte Hotel Ulsan and get off at the entrance of Ilsan Beach. From there, it is 1.2km from the bus stop.
Restaurants Near Daewangam Park
- Caffe Bene Ulsan Ilsan Beach Store
- Beoljip Samgyeopsal Ilsan
- Bela Moti
- Bongchu Jjimdak
- White House
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Things to Know Before Visiting Daewangam Park
95% of people who visit Ulsan include Daewangam Park in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
30.25% of people start their Daewangam Park visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Daewangam Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Daewangam Park
Daewangam Park, Ulsan Reviews
Small stretch of coastline with impressive history and stunning sea views. The park is beautiful with lots of well marked paths and tree cover leading down to a small coastal path that has an outcropping of rocks connected by a bridges. There is a local legend of a king who was buried here and who now prevents seaweed growing on the rocks as he defends his country. The views and photo opportunities are numerous and depending on the time of day a large number of ships on the horizon. Well worth a visit.
Great scenery, but really windy on the way I went. Lots of cafes, a few restaurants, plenty of restrooms. Great for families with kids. Plan on spending at least an hour or two here. You have to walk from the parking to the ocean, and want to have time to enjoy the scenery.
Captivating clean blue sea splashing on the rising rocks creating serene sounds great placevto unwind a pleasant walk with family in the air soaked in pine tree sift aroma and fresh sea breeze love to be here
Daewangam Park is perfect for a day trip. The park is beautiful, with full views of Ulsan and the Pacific Ocean. It has several trails which can be navigated with little effort. Bring your kids, friends and camera because this site has something for everyone.
It's really a fascinating place to enjoy a peaceful view ... You can walk through the bridge which is really an amazing experience.. I strongly recommend to visit it anytime except winter 😂😅