The pictures make the place look really warm and sunny, but it was really cold and windy. There was a long walk up to the sheep farm from the free carpark. The sky was really blue and pretty *-* We didn’t get to see the entire farm because probably we weren’t there at the right season. According to the website, the best season to visit is during mid-year, from early May to October. The sheep are free to roam at the grazing field during then. In the winter when we visited, they were just in the enclosures, although we still did to feed them hay!
Also saw a whole enclosure of female sheep who were ALL pregnant (wow) haha and there were one or two little lambs in there too. Too cute. We were only allowed to feed the male sheep, they got really excited haha. If you know me, I’m really not one of those people who loves interacting with animals, I only enjoy looking at them. However, because it was winter time and I had my leather gloves, I could feed the sheep without a care in the world hahaha. #cleanfreak
I’m sure this place will be even more beautiful in the blooming seasons with the sheep roaming on the grass.
Daegwallyeong Sheep Farm
483-32, Daegwallyeongmaru-gil, Daegwannyeong-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon-do
Opening Hours: 0900 – 1700
Admission Fees: 4,000 won (Adults); 3,500 won (Ages 6-19); 2,000 won (Seniors >65)