The last part for this day. We went to Hae Dong Yong Gung Temple.
Had to walk up the hill but the hard work was worth it. We were greeted by amazing view!
Left: People threw coins to wish for good blessings.
Right: The temple building.
Left: Must take photo of me with the view ;p
Right: They have many miniatures there. Very cute.
Left: You can bath the statue. I used to do this when I was young when I went to the temple with my grandmother.
Right: The prettiest girl in the program and I ;p
After the temple trip and waited for the bus for almost an hour, finally we’re back to the dormitory. We later joined the rest for dinner. Again, without our Korean buddies, simple went to a place around the uni for dinner.
Didn’t know what to order, we just asked the boss to recommend *LOL* The dish was quite sweet. There’s potato, carrot, chicken, and glass noodle. No idea what’s the actual name of the dish, most importantly it’s not bad ;p
Anyway, end of day 6.
Comments on “PKNU Cultural Exchange â€“ 7.1.2012 (Part 4)”
Korea has beautiful temples. We did not go to anyone during our vacation 2 years ago.
Rose, I only managed to visit this one, the others are too far away, this is the nearest.