Monday, June 10, 2013

Photoblog: A Day at Daeseongri

My family and I took a day trip yesterday to Daeseongri, a small town about half an hour by subway on the Jungang Line from Mangu Station, a subway stop not far from our apartment in Seoul, and because the hour of our return was somewhat late, today's blog entry will be a mere photoblog of few words. The first photos are of Sa-Rah and En-Uk on the Bukhangang (North Han River):

On the Water

In the Air

Crashing the Waves

The next photo is from a stream that runs through Daeseongri, with Sa-Rah and En-Uk at play

At the Stream

Just up from the stream was a court where the kids played jokgu, a Korean game like volleyball, but using feet rather than hands:

Playing Jokgu

More Jokgu

Still More Jokgu

We left fairly early and -- as noted above -- got back fairly late, so this will just have to remain mainly a photoblog, one with only seven photos, worth a mere seven thousand words, plus some verbal exchange . . .



At 4:08 AM, Blogger Kevin Kim said...

Looks like fun.

At 4:46 AM, Blogger Horace Jeffery Hodges said...

Partly. I watched a lot and worried (needlessly) that work might be backing up on my computer while I was away . . .

Jeffery Hodges

* * *


Post a Comment

<< Home