After spending an amazing two weeks exploring the east coast of South Korea with David (hence the lack of posts lately), I am back at work and already daydreaming about future vacations.  It’s been a rough transition back to reality, and it was really sad to see David go home to Denver, but once I get back into the routine of the second semester of school I’m guessing my next adventure (aside from the daily adventure that is teaching in Eumseong) will be here before I know it.

Eventually I will get around to posting about all the amazing places and food we experienced.  In the meantime I’ll give you a sneak peak into the adventure that went like this: Incheon→Seoul→Sokcho→Seoraksan National Park→Gangneung→Gyeongpo Beach→Jeongdongjin→Busan→Jeju Island→Eumseong.  We didn’t hit as many places as we’d originally planned due to some bad weather, but had an incredible time nonetheless.

Sunrise Pavilion in Sokcho

Sunrise Pavilion in Sokcho

Seoraksan National Park

Seoraksan National Park

A giant feast of the freshest sashimi on Gyeongpo Beach.

A giant feast of the freshest sashimi on Gyeongpo Beach.

View of the East Sea from Sun Cruise Resort in Jeongdongjin.

View of the East Sea from Sun Cruise Resort in Jeongdongjin.

One of the few sunny days we had was spend building a sand castle on Haeundae Beach in Busan.

One of the few sunny days we had was partially spent building a sand castle on Haeundae Beach in Busan.

View from Busan Tower

View from Busan Tower

Jeju Olle, Route 1

Jeju Olle, Route 1

Black pork bbq in Jeju City. It was delicious.

Black pork bbq in Jeju City. It was delicious.

Oedolgae Rock on a Jeju Island.  It was quite stormy that day.

Oedolgae Rock on a Jeju Island. It was quite stormy that day.

David and I having dinner at the end of the adventure in Eumseong.

David and I having dinner at the end of the adventure in Eumseong.

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