I am a male who has been living in Seoul for 30 years. I teach history at private academy and work as a travel guide. On my day off, I often go for a walk in Ansan which is located behind my house. Of course, I know all over the place because it is my hometown. I can also give information about what tourists want to know because I'm a tour guide. In Korea, usually when peopl hike, bring a…
We meet at Hongdae UNIV station(exit 5), buy gimbap, and go to the entrance of the hiking trail. We can enjoy hiking together, eat gimbap at the top. During the hike, We will talk about Ansan and its surrounding areas. Also I'll let you know a nice place to visit & restaurants & awosome Teahouses in Seoul.
gimbap(kimbap) Google it.
A bottle of water
Shoes and clothes suitable for hiking
Ansan - Not too rigorous and not too far from central Seoul, it is ideal for those looking for a nice hike within the city limits. Ansan attracts fewer hikers than the big draws like Bukhansan and Namsan, yet it still offers a great view of Seoul. You rarely have to stand along a throng of hikers to savor the skyline of Seoul from the top of Ansan. https://youtu.be/Oz0iBlZ_fjE
8月20日 星期二 09:00到11:00。