05 January 2006


Originally uploaded by Eleruen.

The entrance to the national park, that houses hundreds of peaks and a few temples and ruined fortresses. I noticed that there were some red leaves still attached stubbornly to the trees. Not sure on the significance of the bear.

We came here to visit Gwongeumseong, which according to legend was built overnight by a Mr Gwon and a Mr Gim, to fend off enemies. In 1254 it was used as a refuge when the Mongols invaded.


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