Senin, 28 Mei 2012

Other attractions Korea, the National Park Bukhansan

Travel to South Korea not only to Jeju Island or Mount Kumgang. Ginseng in this country, you can visit the National Park Bukhansan.

Bukhansan means "Mountain of the North Han," referring to it lies to the north of the Han River. This area is also a sign of the northern boundary of Seoul in the Joseon era, and is located in northern Seoul.

Unlike other national parks in South Korea, Bukhansan National Park in the center of the city, exactly on the border of Seoul and Gyeonggi-do with an area of ​​79.9 km. Bukhansan National Park serves as the 'lungs' for surrounding towns.

Dozens of canyons, granite peaks, and crystal clear streams you can find here. In addition there are over 1,300 species of flora and fauna, as well as a variety of historical sites like Fort Bukhansanseong that has existed for more than 2,000 years, and over 100 Buddhist temples and monks are here too.

Bukhansan National Park is a popular tourist attraction in Seoul, especially Mount Bukhansan known as one of the goals to see the birds or hiking in the Seoul metropolitan area.

Location Bukhansan National Park can be accessed from anywhere through the metropolitan area. With approximately five million visitors every year, the park is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the "National parks are frequented by the unit."

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