Korea by Bike endeavors to be the most comprehensive resource for biking in Korea. You’ll find detailed breakdowns of all the major bike paths and information about the bike path certification system.
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Hi. I’m Thomas. I moved from Charlotte, North Carolina to South Korea in 2015. Since then, I married, had kids, and settled down in Ulsan.
I teach during business hours. Afterwards, I ride, write, and take photos.
I’ve explored much of South Korea on a bicycle. Through rain, snow, and yellow dust, I took thousands of photos and collected countless memories.
Korea by Bike lets me turn my experiences into useful tools that help you get the most out of biking in Korea.
Find additional resources for your biking trips in South Korea below.
Created by the Korean Ministry of the Interior, Bicycle Happy Sharing (자전거 행복 나눔) is one of two official bike certification websites. Unlike the Rivers Guide, it details all the national bike paths in Korea.
The website offers info about bike routes, certification, safety, and more.
The material on Rivers Guide and Bicycle Happy Sharing overlap. However, Rivers Guide only profiles bike paths along rivers and waterways. You won’t find info on the East Coast, Jeju Fantasy, Ocheon, and Saejae Bike Paths.
You’ll also find a handy interactive map. With it discover unique and popular attractions.
From German to Vietnamese to Spanish, Visit Korea also provides the most comprehensive selection of languages.
The website namu.wiki is Korea’s most popular user-generated online encyclopedia. More popular than Korean Wikipedia.