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ScarlettKeating Says: Acid Bar is the new place to be if you're an expat living in Ulsan. Located near the Gonguptop (sp?) Rotary and across from 'Bobos' (spot the gawdy neon red signage), it's a large basement club with bar, dance floor, big comfy chairs and a nori-bang room. The bar staff never...
This is not a 'shop', but more of a bunch of small streets with many shops and vendors. It is opposite the university, so there will be many people during most hours. The fashions and food will be popular with the younger crowds, but that does not mean that only the young can enjoy it here.
At night, this is a popular place to go for dinner and drinks too.
What to buy: You can buy just about anything from quality dinners to fried fish on a stick, CD's, shoes, clothes (might not fit most westerners), electronics, etc.
What to pay: In the stores, pay posted price. On the street, you can haggle.
Written Jul 10, 2007
It is a seaside resort and Ulsan beach looks ok but you will notice that people do not go in the sea.
This is because sewage outlet goes straight into the sea here. What a shame !
Unique Suggestions: Enjoy the walk up the hill and look around the stalls.Some nice bars with good views over the small bay.
Fun Alternatives: Drive along the coast to other beaches which are clean.
Updated Jul 2, 2003
Take a taxi from Mugodong to Munsusan and enjoy a nice day in the countryside 5,000W. There is a bus stop at the highway but I don't remember the schedule or the name of the stop, so a good way to get back to the city for 1,000W.
Although it is very close to Ulsan you can get away from most of the noise out here. The temple here is a great for its size. Walk through the temple area and you can try and get a coin to stick to a flat granite rock. The belief is if your soul is pure it'll stick. I cheat and dip mine in candlewax, although I have gotten it to work 2 times.
To really get off the beaten path take a left down a dirt path when you see the tall staircase. If you follow this path you'll have to cross a small path to see a cave shrine. Many mountain climbers use this path to get to their climbing area. There are 4 tombstones to those who've died climbing there. (If you are a large or uncordinated person I suggest you not take this short detour) Also don't take this detour if you're afraid of heights. Once you've seen the shrine you have to take the same way back.
Updated Dec 27, 2010