Travel Blogs from Sokcho
A close Korean friend of mine happened to suffer a heavy car accident on the icy roads caused by the last winter chills. Luckily, he himself was not hurt too much. He was very happy about my visit in the hospital and I even received a White Day candy bag. Thank you and get well soon! :-) ...
... the abalone and abalone innards from the shells, and to cut the abalone into strips.
I have to admit that I that I am not a fan of abalone innards, nor am I a fan of sea squirts. The sea squirt has a hard, rubbery shell to it. You bite down on it until the inside of the sea squirt shoots out. I gagged for second but managed to keep it together and swallow the sea squirt. I ate 3 more of them but left 2 in the bowl. So at least I ...
... of the trails and then headed up to Ulsanbawi, one of the most famous peaks seen in many Korean guidebooks. When we started out it was a beautiful day with only a few clouds in the sky, but once we were about halfway up the clouds had rolled in and blocked any view we might have had. On the hike up was an ancient hermitage built into one of the huge boulders that speckled the mountain. By the time we were half a kilometer from the top, the trail had turned ...
... day. Our first views of the craggy peaks was in the bus on our way to Sokcho, and we were quite keen to see more.
Absolutely amazing, really unusual rock formations, spectacular forests, waterfalls and even the odd temple thrown in, Seoraksan is quite spectacular and is the third highest mountain in South Korea, with its highest peak, Daecheongbong standing at 1708m.
A short distance ...
... take 3 hours.
After arrived Sokcho, I should take taxi to The House Hostel. It only cost KRW 5,000. Today I will sightseeing in ...
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