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Seonunsan temple and Buddha in a cliff

Oh my, traveling to Gochang was the worst. I woke up early because I thought it would help me get there faster. It didn't. My bus didn't leave until two hours after I bought my ticket. So I read a bunch of magazines and finally left.

Then, when I got to Gochang, which is a dirty, disgusting place, I had to wait another two hours for the bus to Seonunsan. So, I went for a rice omelette thingy at Han's Deli, which was the only place open and it was gross.

By the time I got to Seonunsan it was maybe 3 p.m. I hiked up to the temple and then to the Buddha carved in the cliff. I had gotten up so early to do a giant hike all around the mountains and stuff, but now it was getting late and I didn't have a flashlight, so I wasn't going to attempt that in the dark.

I caught a quick connection home, surprisingly and went right to bed.

Pile of rocks

Pile of rocks


River and bridge

River and bridge


River

River


Me at the top

Me at the top


View at the top

View at the top


Buddha in the cliff

Buddha in the cliff


Me vs. cliff

Me vs. cliff


Really old tree

Really old tree


More river

More river


Little waterfall

Little waterfall


River

River


Frozen waterfall

Frozen waterfall


Temple Seonunsa

Temple Seonunsa


A bird of some sort

A bird of some sort


Temple Seonunsa

Temple Seonunsa


Temple Seonunsa

Temple Seonunsa


Temple Seonunsa

Temple Seonunsa


Temple Seonunsa

Temple Seonunsa


Piles of rocks

Piles of rocks


Temple Seonunsa

Temple Seonunsa


Temple Seonunsa

Temple Seonunsa


Temple Seonunsa

Temple Seonunsa


Temple Seonunsa

Temple Seonunsa


Temple Seonunsa

Temple Seonunsa


Me on the trail

Me on the trail


Heading out

Heading out


On the trail

On the trail


The river

The river


Gross omelette at Han's Deli

Gross omelette at Han's Deli

Posted by baixing 17:00 Archived in South Korea

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