Got off the shuttle bus and walked towards Punggi Train Station. Here's the map again if you have missed it earlier. It took about 10 mins from the ginseng market to reach the train station. Simply walk straight all the way.
Pardon me for being ignorant. Initially, I thought this gentleman has a special liking for tigers. I learnt from Wikipedia that tiger is regarded as a guardian that drives away evil spirit and a sacred creature that brings good luck – the symbol of courage and absolute power in the Korean culture.
|아저씨 is selling groundnuts. I am always curious what Koreans do with groundnuts because I don't often see groundnuts being used in Korean cooking. Do they eat this from the shell or use them for cooking?|
|Passed by ginseng market.|
|Waaa....The structure of ginseng roots never fail to amaze me.|
|This is like a mini market to me ^^|
|Huh? Another ginseng market? I didn't know there were two ginseng markets here.|
|I still don't understand why I didn't buy an apple that day.....|
|I didn't explore this ginseng market.|
|풍기역! I have reached Punggi Train Station ^^|
The train station is just next to the ginseng market.