Seoraksan National Park

Last Friday, we signed up for a small-group tour on a small shuttle bus to Seoraksan National Park and Naksansa Temple. It was a very long day – we met up with the bus at Myeongdong Station at 7:30am and arrived back at Myeongdong at 7:30pm, but it was well worth the journey, despite the early start and the very, very cold temperatures.

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Unfortunately for us, the cable car was closed due to strong winds, so we set off on an easy 2.3 km walk through the snowy woods to Biseondae Rock. The path was alternately icy and snowy, but the scenery was lovely and it was very peaceful since there weren’t many people on the trail.

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About Anjali Lind

I'm a freelance violist and violinist. I teach private lessons, I read a lot of books, I love to reorganize my closets for fun, I do too many logic puzzles, and I'm obsessed with planning for early retirement.
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