Biryong Falls - Seoraksan National Park is a 2.9 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Sŏrak-tong, Gangwon, South Korea that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round.
Biryong Falls Trail is a very well maintained trail passing three waterfalls in Seoraksun National Park in South Korea. Seoraksun National Park is the largest and most popular park in South Korea. The falling water of the loud and magnificent Biryong Fall looks very much like dragons flying up towards the sky, which is why it was named Biryong (flying dragon) Falls. There is a relatively wide path leading to Biryong Waterfall, through a bamboo forest, making it a very nice place to hike. From Biryonggyo Bridge, which is located in the lower reaches of Cheonbuldong Valley, called Ssangcheon, walk past it for about 30 minutes to the left, and you will see the Yukdam Falls, made up of six waterfalls and a deep pond. Roughly 300 m past this area, you can see the Biryong Falls between the narrow and rugged ravine.