Jung-an Nongsan Co., Ltd. permits tourists to participate in the process of making kimchi as well as to try its assorted types of kimchi. Kimchi is a world-famous Korean traditional food, a fermented vegetable dish which can be stored for long periods of time. For detailed information about kimchi, click the website about kimchi and for more information about the company, see the Jung-an Nongsan website.
This restaurant serves medicinal herb cuisine for people who need refreshment in order to prevent their health from being attacked by pollution, daily stresses and adult diseases. Their specialties include grilled beef ribs (Galbi-gui) marinated in medicinal herb sauces and buckwheat flour noodles (Naengmyeon) in herb soup. The parking lot can accommodate 25 vehicles.
This public bath was developed to prevent stress-related problems and adult diseases. Each bathtub is filled with steamed water with a different kind of herb selected to relieve the tension. Convenient parking is available.
This hot spring contains the element of magnesium in the water and is well-equipped with facilities like saunas, fitness rooms, and a swimming pool. This bath is one of the best places to relax from exhaustion after an ascent of Mt. Apsan since it is close to the mountain.
In this center, Professor Kim, Jeong-cheol, an international expert on hair grafting, performs operations on people who need more hair. The hair graft treatment starts with removing about 1,500 hair roots from the back of the head, where hair is thick, and ends with transplanting them to the thinned-out sections of the head. Six months later, when the transplanted hair grows to about 3 centimeters, they will cover the thinned-out sections.