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Latitude: 35° 9.489' N
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From Seoul, go south about 4 hours on Route (Interstate) 1. It runs right into it. Follow signs from Highway right to the beach. Can't miss it. If you would like to save time and money, take the train, you will cut off an hour and a half!! The taxi drivers speack English well and if you make the sound and movement of surfing, they know exactly what you are talking about!!!
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Have endourance for this spot when it gets big. The lifeguards will tell you not to go past the bouys out there but just catch one wave to show them that you are not a goon and you mean buisness, they will leave you alone. Don't think about surfing at 6 in the evening. No swimming or surfing past 6 at night. Other than that, just go big and don't get scared.
Must keep an eye on this place. There is no real surf report around. I happend to catch this place during a typhoon passing and was lucky. 5 to 7 ft the first day then 8 to 10ft the second day before it just got completly blown out, anyone who surfed here 4th of July weekend can confirm, giggady. The people around the spot will cheer you on and everything, it is pretty cool. It is a real tourist area so there are plenty of places to stay and eat.
I had a blast, ain't no pipeline but if you are in Korea and need a wave fix, hit it up. When it gets good you will see me in the pocket on a sponge.
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