Ports HOMETourism Ports SNS 페이스북 트위터 프린트 본문 시작 taeangun tour Tourism and Culture Ports Taean-gun boasts a pristine natural environment! We introduce to you the ports where you can get of refreshing view of Taean, known for its splendid natural scenery. Mohang Port Mohang Port is situated near Cheollipo Beach. You can enjoy recreational boat fishing nearby, and it is famous as a rockfish fishery area. Anheung Port The outer port of Anheung is a place where you can relax and unwind, while listening to the sounds of the sea gulls flying above the sea. It is a popular spot for viewing the sunset. As the sun falls below the horizon, the western sky becomes painted with the red glow of the sun. Hagampo Port Hagampo Port is located 20km north of Taean-eup. Ando Island, situated 5km northwest off the coast of Hagampo Beach, is a popular spot for sea fishing. This area has been designated as part of the Taeanhaean National Park, along with a number of other beaches nearby. It is close to Baengnipo, Cheollipo and Mallipo beaches. Chaeseokpo Port Located within the Taeanhaean National Park, Chaeseokpo Port blends harmoniously with the majestic natural environment, and visitors can enjoy a wide range of recreational activities including fishing. Cheollipo Port Cheollipo Port in Uihang-ri, Sowon-myeon is known for its clean and clear water, and is a great fishing spot. It is near Cheollipo Arboretum, where visitors can enjoy a wide range of unique experiences in the beautiful groves. Mongsanpo Port Mongsapo Port is situated on the coast of Mongsan-ri, Nam-myeon, Taean-gun. It is covered with clean sands, which stretches for miles alongside a pine grove, and it is a sanctuary for birds including waterfowls. It has a colony of golden rain trees, which have been designated as a natural monument. Thanks to the fantastic natural environment, it attracts countless vacationers every year. Mageompo Port Mageompo is a quiet and peaceful port consisting of two island-shaped docks for small fishing boats. It is surrounded by clean and clear seawater, and it is a habitat for a wide variety of sea creatures. A large number of visitors come here to collect clams and conches, and catch crabs. On the hill near the sea, there is a dense pine forest, behind which there is a large sandy beach. Nearby, there are a number of tourist attractions such as a filming location for the drama, “Jang Gil-sang,” and Anmyeondo and Ganwoldo islands. Gumae Port This is a small and tranquil port in Gonam-ri, Gonam-myeon. It is famous for being one of the best places to get a breathtaking view of the sunrise on the west coast, and called the “fishermen’s paradise” as one can fish in a number of a places including on a boat, a rock and the shore. Hwangpo Port This is a small port in Sinya-ri of Anmyeondo Island. In the vicinity, there is a beach that people can use. One can try various types of seafood here, and enjoy sea fishing and fishing from rocks on the seashore. Yeongmok Port Geographically, Yeongmok Port is on the southern tip of Anmyeongdo Island. It is the second biggest port on the island. It is famous for the sand lance sauce, and it becomes especially busy during the gimjang (kimchi-making) season. Bangpo Port Bangpo Port is a small port in Seungeon-ri, Anmyeon-eup that is also known as “Jeotgae Port.” It is a quiet and secluded port that is well-known as an offshore boat fishing spot. The view of the sunset seen from the Kkotdari Bridge will simply take your breath away, and you can also try a wide range of dishes made with fresh seafood. Bangpo Beach is located right next to the port. Baeksajang Port This is a fishery area located in Changgi-ri, Anmyeon-eup. There are raw fish restaurants near the port that seem to encapsulate the sea, and next to the port is the Baeksajang Beach. It hosts the Shrimp Festival between late September and early November every year, during which it receives endless streams of visitors who want to taste the fresh and delicious jumbo shrimps. Nearby, there are a number of tourist attractions including Samong Beach, Kkotji Beach, Anmyeonam Rock, and Anmyeondo Island Recreational Forest.