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Muju Nabom Resort
Muju Nabom Resort
7.4 Good
45, Wolgok-Gil, Seolcheon-Myeon, Muju, South Korea
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15.7 km from city centre, Muju 
GoodBased on 12 reviews

Located in Muju, Muju Nabom Resort is an easy drive from Deogyusan and Jeoksangsan. Those staying at the property can also take advantage of complimentary Wi-Fi access during their stay.

Muju Observatory Pension
Muju Observatory Pension
21, Gaean-gil, Jeoksang-myeon, Muju, South Korea
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6.5 km from city centre, Muju 

Muju Observatory Pensions offers a comfortable setting while in Muju. It is ideally set at the foot of Jeoksangsan.

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Cheapest month:August
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Muju:$124/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$37/night
Cheapest day:Tuesday
Most expensive day:Sunday
$99 - $164
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$102 - $148
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About Muju

Located on the edge of Deogyusan National Park, Muju is a charming mountain town famed for its magical fireflies. It’s home to a lively produce market and excellent cultural museum, as well as South Korea’s largest taekwondo tournament hall.

Things to do

Mingle with locals at the Muju Firefly Market, which takes place every five days and on Saturday evenings. Browse the fresh fruits, vegetables, meats and fish and sample local street-food specialties, such as steamed buns and chicken skewers.

If you miss Muju’s annual Firefly Festival, you can still learn about these charismatic insects at Bandi Land. See more than 2,000 insect specimens and fossils dating back to the Paleozoic era in the Insect Museum, then experience real-time monitoring of the International Space Station in the Bandi Observatory.

Learn about South Korea’s most popular national sport at Taekwondo Park, which boasts the world’s largest taekwondo tournament hall and spectacular views of Baengunsan mountain. Discover the history and philosophy behind this ancient martial art at the National Taekwondo Museum, then test your taekwondo skills or try taekwon-gymnastics in the Experience Center.

Immerse yourself in Korean culture at the Bandigol Traditional Craft and Cultural Zone, where you can try on royal garments and see vintage kitchen and farming tools. Test your skills playing traditional Korean musical instruments and admire the work of renowned painter Choi Buk and literary critic, Kim Hwan-tae.

Getting around

Muju is around two hours’ drive from Daegu International Airport and three hours from Incheon International Airport. Buses are the main means of accessing Muju’s surrounding sights, while the town is easily explored on foot.

Muju travel FAQs

  • What are the best hotels in Muju?

    Muju Log House Pension (7.5/10 from 13 reviews), Muju Resortel (8.1/10 from 104 reviews), and Muju Nabom Resort (7.4/10 from 12 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Muju.

  • How much do hotels in Muju cost?

    Searches in the last 72 hours suggest an average price of around $125/night is normal for a hotel in Muju.

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