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Friday, October 23, 2009

Mt. Seorak Peak

I would like to share these gorgeous sights from the four day vacation we took in October last year. My wife and I decided to celebrate our wedding annoversary by going to a trip to Mt. Seorak here in Korea.

The place was so crowded, a lot of local people and foreigners wanted to explore the beauty of Seorak San (San means mountain in Korean Language).

I know that you're anxious to see the beauty of the mountain so here it goes, they're a little bit blurry because we took them from inside the cable car:






Here's us on top of the mountain where the cable car took us. We felt chills while we're there, it makes you feel like you wanted to cry because of the joy from seeing the wonders of God's creation.
Thank you very much for taking time to peek at my entry folks. I would like to invite all of you again to please vote for my daughter.

18 Smart Readers SAID::

madz said...

Looks like there were really a bunch of tourists there. I wonder if I can visit such places too.. Hmm.. Hope I can.

Chris said...

wow, i love the view!! it makes me want to plan a trip and visit there! now, if i only have the money! :D

Dhemz said...

oh my so blue.....love all the pics...so crowded indeed!

pchi said...

wow! beautiful pictures!

Lindz said...

it's very beautiful, korea certainly has got hidden beautiful natural resources, wish i could explore there too.

Dianne said...

that was a wonderful trip!
great shots

Nedekcir said...

Thanks for the comment. Lovely landscape, almost look like the mountains the movie "George of the Jungle".

Dimple said...

You had quite a view from that cable car, thanks for sharing, and thanks for visiting my sky shot!

Calico Crazy said...

Gorgeous photos of the mountains and sky. I voted for Miss Jillian's adorable smile.

Calico Contemplations

Seiko said...

Great shots!Love 'em.
Visiting here to let you know that I gave my vote for Rylie again & spread it already to my online friends.Hope Rylie could win the contest.Good luck!God Bless your family John.

kat-iTravel said...

wow..perfect shots...i love the pictures and i love nature. i wish i was there hahaha.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

The photos of the various sceneries in Korea are all wonderful but I prefer the photos of your children. I don't know about your other readers but I always get a kick out of seeing your angelic kids doing their things. They always make my day. There are millions of blogs in the blog world but there are very few blogs that deal with the bonding and family activities of the writers. That is the reason why I gravitate towards those kinds of blogs like those of Rose, Dhemz, Bambie, Shydub, etc. Never get tired of campaigning for Rylie. Go back to those you have campaigned before. We can vote everyday and not once a month only. I tried that again and again and I have monitored that my votes are counted. I am hoping and praying that Rylie will win. Thanks for the post. God bless you always.

eden said...

woww, breathtaking views.. wish we could visit there someday.

by the way, i voted Rylie again

Stine in Ontario said...

What a great way to celebrate your anniversary!

Ebie said...

The place is packed with tourists! The view is so breathtaking, and the clouds are so glorious! I've been on a cable car before, and it was a bit scary! The kids are so brave! Happy anniversary and may you enjoy the blessing and love for each other!

Phivos Nicolaides said...

Great pictures, ready for 'Taxidiaris' my traveling blog! Have a wonderful day my friends.

Bacolod and Beyond said...

Wow, my hubby loves mountain climbing too. Thanks for sharing this and for the visit.

Carly said...

beautiful shots! There is something very amazing about climbing a mountain. The third from the end is my favorite!

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