Hiking up to Geumjeongsan Fortress, Busan

South Korea, Busan Guide (B): Hiking up to Geumjeongsan Fortress, Busan

- Take metro line 1 and get off at Beomeosa , Exit 5 and you have to walk about 3 minutes to bus terminal

- don't worry you won't miss since many ajumma and ajussi with hiking attire walking towards the bus terminal or if still worry ask le....me just follow them confidently..WTH!

The name of Geumjeongsan comes from the legend about a gold fish come down riding on a five colored cloud and played in the golden colored pond on the highest peak of the mountain, Godangbong, 801.5m above sea level. In every valley a clear stream flows and a dense forest and a fantastic shaped granite cliffs have formed exquisite geographical features of Geumjeongsan. Everything looks as if its painting and deserve to be called the representative mountain of Busan.

Told you many Ajumma and Ajussi going too. So don't worry much when you travel here in Busan. To me this place is very safe then my own country!

You walk towards the entrance and find this temple. Don't know what temple but to me it look like Chinese temple because it s in Chinese Character which I can't read. The God statue there more similar to the temple I went in Bagan, Myanmar and Chinese influence too. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Hiking up to Geumjeongsan Fortress, Busan
Guide Location: South Korea » Busan
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Geumjeongsan Fotress  
Author: Rina Farafienar Binti Ismail
Read it on author's website: http://www.princesscindyrina.com/2014/11/busan-climb-up-geumjeongsan-fotress-on.html