Monday, May 28, 2012

Our Side of Suncheon

Like almost every city in Korea, Suncheon has a Bongwa mountain. Back in the day, it would be the lookout mountain for invaders and would have signal fires and stuff. Today, it's just a place to hike and take in the scenery.

Suncheon is divided into the "old downtown" and the "new downtown" by our Bongwa mountain. We didn't hike all the way to the top but we did get to see some great views of our side of Suncheon, "new downtown." Most of those tall rectangular buildings are apartments. It's amazing how many people can live here in such a small space and it's all due to those monsters.

On the way down, I spotting these purple beauties and couldn't resist taking a couple photos. Korea has tons of great flowers blooming now.

Also, this very big, very scary bug.

Lat but not least, here is Spencer hula hooping with a very large and heavy black hula hoop. I couldn't do it. It was too heavy!

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