On the weekend I was invited by one of my friends for a trip to Jeongseon. I was glad to accept. We left Seoul Saturday at about 9 am. The highway on the outskirts of Seoul was packed as expected. The trip will include some sight seeing, with caves, “skywalks”, waterfall, some unique korean food and of course bbq and soju. (more…)
Naksan Park is located in Seoul near the Jejua subway station. After going out from the station you’ll will have to walk a couple of blocks in order to start the steep ascension into the park. The view from the park is quite pleasant however the real attraction of the place are the streets and alleys just before the park. In the streets you’ll find painting on the walls of the houses. It is not weird to find Seoulites taking pictures of the paintings and surroundings.