Korean Geography in the Revised Sociology Curriculum of 2009 aims to build up the ability to select, collect, analyze, synthesize various geographic information available in routine days, and to develop and use such geographic information in routine lives and leisure activities. Schools attempt to stimulate the learning ability of students at the education site, as well as facilitate the class related to concerned subject, through various outdoor learning, field trips, etc. The reality can be said to be very harsh, considering the difficulties in attaining the goals and realistic problems. However, there are many different geographic heritages scattered all over our surroundings and there are also valuable geographic locations that are not known to students around schools. Such geographic locations can be used as the site for education and learning, and particularly, effective education can be achieved by using the facilities in the Geoparks in regions where the Geopark system has been introduced. More effective learning can be guaranteed by using the Geopark Center of Gangwon Peace Geopark certified as National Geopark, Learning Centers of the Geopark, local information center, site-oriented learning that uses various information status boards, related websites, kiosks, integrated information improvement system, such as QR code recognition, in tandem with prior indoor education.