|KRW2000 for entrance fees.|
It is said that there are 291 steps to reach Hyangiram.
Are these part of the 291 steps?
|No complaints at all becos I will miss all these steps when I go back to Spore.|
Why? Becos steps and slopes reminds me of Korea..
|More to go.|
This is considered a relatively easy trail becos it is constructed with proper steps.
|Korean colourful lanterns never fail to fascinate me ^^|
So is this the South sea?
|I love the colours!|
|I took the hiking trail even though I was not sure where it will lead me to.|
|It feels so good to be here!|
|Wooooooo...will it drop???|
|The walking trail is made up of this slope.|
|A rather steep slope.|
|Waa so auspicious..|
The water is very refreshing ^^
|Simply walk downslope all the way...|
Did I made the right decision to take the hiking trail??
Where is this trail leading to??
|All the stalls, motels, minbak and restaurants are built along the slope.|
|Products sold were more or less the same.|
|It was nice to walk through the village.|
A simple place and I like such places.
|Ermmm..How do I get back to the bus stop that I got off just now?|
|A deserted corner of the village...|
|I saw a Korean couple ahead and I followed them Hahahaa|
|Oh!! I am back at the beginning of the steps to 향일암 Hyangiram Hermitage ^^|
Basically, the walking trail is just one simple trail.
One takes the slopes instead of the steps.
|Making my way back to the bus stop.|
|Still feeling a bit regret that I did not check out 금오산 Geumosan. .|
|Hmmm...are these edible? Looks like some kind of seaweeds to me.|
|오모!! Is that my bus??!!|
I made a dash for it.