Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Gorgeous photographs atop Jirisan.

I'm not sure who took these or where they're originally from, but here are a few photographs from atop Jirisan, courtesy of a local internet newspaper, 순천만뉴스.





Jirisan, Mt. Jiri, is the highest mountain on peninsular South Korea at 1,915 meters, and is the centerpiece of Jirisan National Park, which extends into three provinces---Jeollanam-do, Jeollabuk-do, and Gyeongsangnam-do. For a couple of informative websites on visiting and hiking the mountain, take a look at San-shin and Korea in the Clouds.

1 comment:

Kelsey said...

I really need to get over to Jirisan one of these days. I'm like, 3 hours away!

- Driftingfocus