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Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm 대관령 양떼목장

  • +82-33-335-1966
483-32, Daegwallyeongmaru-gil, Daegwannyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do

Interesting Facts about the Sheep Farm: Established in 1988, the Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm raises sheep on an area of 195 k㎡, and is privately owned. There are many small to large animal farms in Pyeongchang, but the Sheep Farm is the only farm that raises sheep.

The farm features more than 200 sheep. The first thing that comes into view as you approach the farm are the herds of white sheep roaming on the green plains. The sheep grazing season varies depending on the weather, but it usually begins in early May and lasts until the end of October. During this season the sheep are allowed to graze 24 hours. In April, before the grazing season begins, the sheep are all shaved. However, it’s difficult to touch the sheep, because they are instinctively afraid of people and avoid close contact. If you want to get closer to the sheep, go on the ‘Sheep Hay Feeding Tour’ for 3,500 won if you are an adult and 3,000 won if you are a student.

The walkway of 1.2m surrounds the sheep’s grazing field, so visitors can view the sheep at all times during their visit. It takes about 30 minutes to 1 hour to walk along this path. You may also wish to drive, however walking is recommended. At the entrance of the walkway stands a wooden shack for the backdrop of the movie ‘The Man from Mars.’ The shack served as a backdrop along with a white snowy field where the two main characters finally fell in love in the movie. The wooden shack fits perfectly with the sheep farm, so it was kept after the filming of the movie. Past the shack uphill is the 950m peak of the sheep farm. The cool breeze, the wide green hill, and the blue sky with the roaming sheep offer the most peaceful experience. The path down from the hill is lined with oak trees and 30 types of wild flowers. This area is also famous for its groundsels, a type of wild vegetable. If you want to enjoy the sheep farm in a more romantic way, walk along the path during sunset. The blazing red skies and cool sea breeze will give the most natural romantic setting.

The Sheep Farm is open all year round, and the most ideal time to visit is between June and August during the grazing season. You can see the sheep herds and various wild plants during this time. The Sheep Farm offers accommodations, toilets, and benches. If you decide to stay a night, you can try the outdoor lamb chops, or the sagolgomtang.

Utilization information

・Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-33-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-33-335-1966

・Parking Facilities : Available

・Operating Hours : January-February 09:00-17:00
March & October 09:00-17:30
April & September 09:00-18:00
May-August 09:00-18:30
※ Last admission : 1 hour before closing time

Parking Fees


Admission Fees

Adults: 4,000 won / Children & Teenagers (ages 6-19): 3,500 won / Seniors (ages 65 and above) & People with Disabilities: 2,000 won
Adults: 3,500 won / Children & Teenagers (ages 6-19): 3,000 won / Seniors & People with Disabilities: 2,000 won

※ Group: 20 people or more
※ Senior (ages 65 and more): 2,000 won
※ The disabled (level 3 and more): 2,000 won
※ Free admission for children ages 5 or below
※ Proof of identification required applicable discounts.


From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Hoenggye (횡계).
From Hoenggye Intercity Bus Terminal, take a taxi to the farm. (Estimated taxi fare: 8,000 won)

483-32, Daegwallyeongmaru-gil, Daegwannyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do


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