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RE: surfing in South Korea« on: February 18 2008 10:02:00 »
WAT DA DILLY BOUT DIS PLAZE? IZ IT WORTH IT?
RE: surfing in South Korea« Reply #1 on: March 13 2008 05:03:00 »
How'z it? I'm thinking about taking a teaching position in South Korea, What are you guy's doing there? I'm also hoping to
find some good surf, and people to surf with. Do any of of you guy's play instruments? What about wake baording?
how'z life there otherwise?
talk to you later.
RE: surfing in South Korea« Reply #2 on: March 13 2008 10:03:00 »
Why you be insult Korean surfes on Japan post? They dogs who eaty anaething that moves and aggressiv in water; dat,s why no mor Hawaii visit; Tomson eat shit!
RE: surfing in South Korea« Reply #3 on: March 21 2008 06:03:00 »
I'm in Busan for a couple of days and I've tried to find 'Surfers Paradise' surf shop with no joy. Can you give me any directions?
RE: surfing in South Korea« Reply #4 on: June 11 2008 08:06:00 »
You could definitely find nice waves in Jeju island (south coast, the beach close to Shilla hotel). Got some pretty good ones just after a typhoon. Could not find any board (had some fins in my luggage > bodysurfing).
RE: surfing in South Korea« Reply #5 on: January 21 2009 22:01:00 »
I am a South African surfer living on the North East coast, in a little fishing village just north of Gangneung. There are Korean guys here who have started a surfing club at 38th Parallel. We all surf together almost every weekend,so there is definitely surf here. It's freezing in winter, but good, spring is even better.
RE: surfing in South Korea« Reply #6 on: January 21 2009 22:01:00 »
The east coast is the best in winter and I think Busan and Jeju are the best in spring and summer. I will upload some photos for you to see. If you on facebook there are 2 groups for surfers in Korea. One is called Seoul boardriders and the other one is...crap I cant remember, but it will be linked to the first one I mentioned. I have met a local guy called Eugene who's english is flawless and he has started a surf club called "surfers heaven".He is located on the east coast at the 38th parallell. He has boards and wetsuits and stuff too.
Let me know if you amped for some waves here and we can hook you up..The waves can get pretty fun and sometimes really frikkin good too!
RE: surfing in South Korea« Reply #7 on: April 10 2009 05:04:00 »
Hello!!! Im in S.Korea now, been here 8yrs. No surf here, don't come, Go someplace else to surf.
RE: surfing in South Korea« Reply #8 on: June 29 2009 21:06:00 »
There is a Surf Spot right near the 38th parallel (DMZ).
RE: surfing in South Korea« Reply #9 on: October 27 2010 06:10:00 »
We do surf here in Gangneung, Dongsanri. :)
You can defenately enjoy surfing in korea with good waves
normaly comes along 1.5m to 2m.
Im the member of the surf shop located in 'Dongsanri' called
'Blue Coast' and our surfing members are over 2000 pple f
rom all over the world living in Korea.
Check out our website www.bluecoast.kr and if you have
a chance to visit korea don't ever miss it!!