If you enjoy an early morning (or evening) stroll along the stream-side bike and pedestrian paths that seem so ubiquitous in Korean cities these days, don't forget your climbing shoes when in Chuncheon. Watch the city wake up. . . and get your exercise at the fitness parks/badminton courts, etc that line the stream. In Seoksa-dong near Huseok Street (before the bridge) you'll come across two small bouldering walls side by side. Lot's of holds, most decent . . . don't write it off as a children's wall. Limit your "on" holds, try to move continuously for 100 moves (hands and feet each time. . . no holds more than once every 5 moves. . . add 5 moves each time you fall). . . you can get a workout here!!
Seoksa-dong near Huseok Street Bridge. . . if you're heading SE, it's past the bridge that heads to N Chuncheon Station.
Just a hop--2 minutes?-- to the main city and everything you could want. SW facing. . . near a refreshing stream!