Some moments from our time in South Korea:
- Geyong Ju
Tell us what we missed out on our trip! (Yeah, we know about Jeju Island…)
If not mentioned otherwise: all photos by Farafolk Travels
Seoul: Cass – Korean beer.
Seoul: contrasts are many in this traditional, yet modern country.
Seoul: lanterns. Photo: Francisco Muciño
Seoul: buddhist munks in a temple in the middle of the city. Photo: Francisco Muciño
Seoul: love hanging around.
Seoul: advertising competition.
Busan: park not far from the sea shore.
Busan: a mountain of sky scrapers sorround the beach of the city.
Ulsan: the industrial city of the south.
Ulsan: at TGI Friday’s, planning where to go.
Ulsan: once again – historical contrasts.
Ulsan: there’s a wonderful park in the city – Ulsan Grand Park.
Ulsan: the Grand Park.
Ulsan: sunset in july.
Ulsan: waiting for our train to Geyong Ju.
Geyong Ju: one of the most historical cities of the area.
Geyong Ju: studying the map, trying to get to the Buddha temple in the forest of the mountain.
Geyong Ju: these small hills are actually royal tombs.
Geyong Ju: a majestic temple greets us as we begin our hike to the great Buddha temple of the city. It lies high up in a forest and contains a giant Buddha dated more than a thousand years ago! Unfortunately we were not allowed to take any pictures.