Just north of Busan, on South Korea’s east coast, lies Ulsan, a hidden gem in South Korea for the outdoor adventurer. It’s off the typical tourist radar, yet has so much to offer! Cycling, running, hiking and even forest bathing…Read More
Bring your trekking gear to Seoul and circumnavigate the city by hiking the 157 km Seoul Dulle Gil! Discover new neighborhoods and become intimately familiar with Seoul's mountain skyline: Bukhansan, Gwanaksan, Suraksan, Bongsan ...Read More
Seoul Forest is situated on a promontory of the Han River and is organized into different areas, including the Culture and Art Park, Ecological Forest, Nature Study Field, Wetlands Ecological Zone, and Han River Waterside Park. They are connected by bicycle trails and walking paths and I guarantee there is something for everyone at this park! Pack a picnic, sports shoes, and a camera and go have some fun!Read More
Samcheong Park (삼청공원) is a short walk from Gyeonbokgung Palace in the center of Seoul. Step inside its gates, choose any trail, and prepare to contemplate Yin / Yang and encounter your Chi.
Appreciate Yin as you ascend up well-maintained trails to the city wall. Absorb Yang from your bird's eye perch of the urban landscape. Exit the park with a renewed sense of the life-force within you, your Chi.Read More