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We were in for a real treat today. We asked for a do jang where we could practise and do some training. What we got was unexpected and we were spoilt. We were all crammed into two vans along with the german team and 2 Americans.
Our first stop after 90 minutes was to a self sufficient village. There, we were introduced to the Mayor of the village who spoke to us in Korean explaining about his ...
... is OK - the more the merrier. We meet our guide at a predetermined spot and find out that he was born in Busan and studied English Literature in Australia for 7 years. After our introductions, it's off to the subway for our 45 minute trip to Beomeosa Temple. So far the trip has been temple-less but, as you may know, most trips in Asia don't stay that way. It's not that seeing temples is bad, it's just on some trips we seem to overdo it. But this is ...
... up with the coastal trail on the way home (a large loop if you will). This was harder than we thought because none of the trails are really labeled. We hiked through the woods up and up and then finally realized that we were on the green trail and not the blue. Not a big deal though since they met up down the road and we could switch over to the blue trail then.
The forests here are pretty because they are made up of what appear to be newer trees. They are all slender and ...
... uses two different types of water. The sodium bicarbonate hot springs are pumped with water from 100m underground and is called the "beauty bathtub" for its ability to remove dead skin and make your skin and hair shiny. The sodium chloride hot springs are similar to sea water and is definitely a "hot" tub with temperatures sparing to relieve muscle and joint pains. You'll also be pleased to know these springs are sterilized 36 times a day!
If hot ...
... the Taejongdae coastal road. It is great way to explore the park.
Danubi Train Operating Hours
March-October: 09:30-20:00 / November-February: 09:30-19:00
Adults: 1,500 won / Group (over 30): 1,200 won
Youths: 1,000 won / Group: 800 won
Children: 600 won / Group: 500 won
Danubi Train Course
Platform→ Taejongsa Temple → Yeongdo Lighthouse → Observatory → Gumyeongsa Temple → Taewon ...