다음 Meetup

Guided Autumn Walk to Suri San the Eagle Mountain with Prof. David Mason
Fabulous Guided Autumn Walk to Suri-san, the Eagle Mountain with Prof. David A Mason - this Saturday The Newest Provincial Park! on a Beautiful Autumn Saturday with Prof. David Mason ~ Our Super Story Teller & Historian! Saturday, October 13th, 2018 Leader: Professor David A. Mason + Start: Suwon Metro Train Station (Dark Blue Line #1, in Suwon City south of Seoul) at 11am. + Finish: Same place, around 4:30pm. Participation fee: Adult[masked] Won (pre-payment), Students 18,000 Won, On the day in cash 25,000 Won Registration: please fill out the google link below: https://goo.gl/forms/xPggLbzg8QidjNES2 Child-friendly. Not difficult ^^ Korea’s newest Provincial Park (21st!) is one of Gyeonggi Province, down in its southern reaches. Come with us to visit its lovely slopes with great views, in what should be fantastic weather, with two interesting Buddhist temples and several pleasant gardens. Our super story telling, lovely guide, Cultural Tourism Professor David A. Mason, will explain all that we see here, and we can enjoy a great Korean late-lunch after the easy hike, and be back to the city before 5pm…. Surisan Mountain (수리산), a provincial park of Gyeonggi Province, surrounds Gunpo City and is easily accessible as it can be reached in about one hour from anywhere in the Seoul metropolitan area. Grand old trees that range from 100 to 300 years old make for picturesque scenery. The mountain is also an important ecological zone, inhabited by many species of flowers and butterflies that are only found in Korea, along with many endangered species of animals and plants. Meanwhile, the value of areas such as Bat Ridge along Taeeul Peak, Seulgi Peak, Surisa Temple, or Wind Hill in Sokdal-dong are all immeasurable for their natural scenery.

Suwon Station

Gyeongido · 수원