I then opened up the glass door facing outside to find out what's outside. That is really the usual thing I do. What place is better to observe the surrounding up above than being in a multi story high hotel?
Dawn slowly brightens up the sky. From far, this whole place is actually situated between mountainous region. The mountains afar seemed so barren and unfriendly.
Nearby hills with trees are covered with dotted snow. I guess it didn't snow last night.
After having breakfast from hotel, we continue our journey to the Soraksan National Park.
Not sure what this means here, but I guess must something like "Don't play football here"
The scariest part of this whole place was when I arrived the highest point!
The ravine looks too deep but walking on top of this non slippery big rocky platform, no handles were offered! No grill around as well. I always know myself have fear of heights, but it is only here I found myself truly shivering all over. Erm, not till the point I shit on my pants, but you get the idea...
Next was strolling around the Soraksan Temple nearby the vicinity.
Not much here really. A big copper Buddha statue looking so aged with the green rust on it, and nearby the temples building. The scenery around here as you might already know, are the rocky mountains around. So it can be quite a beautiful view to some of us.
No food, no cafe, but with a small souvenir kiosk. There are some roadside stalls selling tidbits, and the local women sitting on the floor offering stuffs from the mountain.
We then went down the mountain back to the town.