Soekkol Village is a compound farm near DMZ (demilitarized zone) in Geumgok-ri, Paju City. The village was called “Soekkol” in the olden times because it was well-known as a valley full of cattle grass, so the name of the farm reflects the old name. Currently, the farm is not registered as a tourism farm, but it is operating a weekend farm, a pear harvest experience event, and a botanical garden as well as outdoor and indoor exhibition markets.
Since it is equipped with a natural experience learning site, many family-unit visitors come to the farm during weekends. The farm is offering accommodations and meal services as well.
Spring – Loach catching experience, making herb plots, rafting, farming tool experience, animal feeding, pounding with a rice cake mallet, and tuho (throwing stick) game
Summer – Rafting, campfire, sand play, waterplay, natural dye experience
Autumn – Pear harvest, herb field trip, rafting, farming tool experience, threshing machine experience, Dorikke experience
Winter – Snow sledding, herb field trip, ice skating, candle making, ice fishing