The National Center for Forest Therapy is a forest welfare complex that is established to improve people’s health and increase quality of life by using abundant forest resources of the Baekdudaegan Mountain Ridge.
The National Forest Health Center not only provides a forest healing service, but also educates manpower specializing in forest healing, develops products related to forest healing, and expands the culture of forest healing.
The National Forest Healing Center provides various forest healing programs that have an effect on improving the immunity level as well as mental and physical stability for people today who are tired from stressful daily lives.
The Forest Healing Culture Center plays a central role in promoting a new forest healing culture by operating diverse and professional forest healing culture programs such as forest-related meditation, tea ceremony, health, and culture.
Guest can stay overnight either at the Yeongju Juchi Village and Yecheon Munpil Village, both located in the National Center for Forest Therapy.