|Walking straight means I will passed by the first noodle shop that I saw just now.|
|Walk straight and cross this junction|
This was on my left just before I crossed the junction. By the way, if you do not want to use the stone pathway to get across the river, you can also use this road/bridge to get across.
This was the road on my right when I crossed the junction.
|官防提林 is also known as Gwanbangjerim Forest|
|The Korean pronounciation of Gwanbangjerim sounds like its Chinese pronouciation!|
The journey through Gwanbangjerim Forest began...Once again, there's a lot of pictures on trees coming up ㅋㅋㅋ
Oh!! I always see such scene in Korean drama! Still wondering how did they manage to throw the stone for it to skip across the water....
|Wowww...boy in action ^^|
|Only in Korea ^^|
|How do you call this big "table" in Korean?? I liked both the trees and this big "table" ^^|
|I think the pole was to provide support to the branches...|
|Saw a few 아저씨 fishing by the river|
|Beautiful Autumn ^^|
Saw this on my left at the end of the Gwanbangjerim Forest. Get ready to cross the road on your right because Metasequoia Road 담양 메타세쿼이아 길 is just opposite ^^