OutlineTo improve the quality of life of its clients and customers, an Stx Group family company, STX Resort was established in November 2007!!
“Stx Resort” is operated by two main business units. One is the resort business unit which concentrates on running the condominium and all leisure, lodging, and group event operations; and the other is the FS business unit which centers around the dining service and the related business.
※ The Ssang-yong Mountain Stream
According to the legend, a dragon and the celestial fairies have come down here to take a bath. The stream sits 4 kilometers into the Dojang mountain bank. The stream is visible from the entrance of STX Resort.
※ The Bongamsa-Baekundae Mountain Stream
- Enter the Bong’amsa temple gate and walk about 700 meters, and you will be greeted by the Bong’amsa Baekudae mountain stream flows through large beds of rock. The water and the rock here have the color of jade, so the stream is also called Okseokdae, which translates to “jade rock stream.” This stunning site is open to the public only one day of the year—on the Buddah’s birthday.
※ The Saejae Mountain Stream
- The Saejae Mountain Stream flows along the Mungyeongsaejae Path, through the three gates of Jugeul-gwan, Jogok-gwan, and Joryeong-gwan. The stream is famous for its stunning scenery and is a popular tourist destination in Korea.
※ The Songnisan National Park(1,058m above sea level)
- The Songnisan Mountain was designated as a national park in Korea in March 1970. Located in the heart of Korean peninsula, this rocky mountain spans across two provinces (from Chungcheongbuk-do to Gyeongsangbuk-do) and includes four municipalities. The mountain is a home for a thousand years for the Beobjusa Temple, and has many legends and tourist attractions across the mountain. The Songnisan National Park is only fifteen minutes drive from STX Resort, and the hike to Munjangdae (1,033m above the sea level) is easy and leisurely.
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