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Ada saatnya memulai.. ada saatnya pergi dan berpisah. 🙂
Tak usah bersedih.. aku harus pergi.
kali ini.. pergi dari wordpress.com ..
tapi…. kita berpisah untuk bertemu kembali.
aye buka toko lagi di blog baru.. hostingan sendiri, hehe
silahkan dikunjungi bila berkenan : http://hidayat.febiansyah.name
spesifikasi hostingannya.. lucu deh.. karena gua pake VPS.. tolong jangan di-DOS dibikin sampe crash ya.. hahaha
ini screenshot awalnya:
Ternyata ini tur buat ngeliat pembangunan restorasi 4 sungai besar di korea … huehue.. gw kira jalan2 ke kuil mana gitu.
Kita baru selesai mengunjungi Ipobo(이포보) atau Ipo Weir.. gw gak tau bahas indonesianya weir ..mungkin tanggul kali ya.
Jadi..dalam reatorasi 4 sungai besar itu.. akan dibangun 16 tanggul, yang di setiap tanggulnya akan ada banyak fasilitas, termasuk turbin penghasil listrik, lalu ada wahana wisata ekologi..juga sarana rekreasi. Dan ditujukan jg untuk mengembalikan keragaman flora dan fauna yg sempat hilang. Pokoknya semua untung.
Ditargetkan akan selesai sekitar tahun 2020.. dan menghabiskan biaya lebih dari 4 quadrillion won… atau 2.46 trilliun dolar amerika.. fiuh.. ngomongnya aja dah serem.
Well.. kita lanju lagi ke weir berikutnya.. yeojubo (여주보) atau weir Yeoju.
Tulisan gw barusan ilang gara2 wordpress d android gw crash…. T_T
Mbolos ngelab… Well… has been a long time no update in this blog for trip story.
Today is the day .. 😉
We’ll go around the Sungai Han Gang River.. di seoul.. kkk
Gak banyak yg ikut..makanya gua diundang kali ya.. hahah
Secara diadain hari kerja..dan cuma di Seoul doang mungkin.
Okay..we’re moving anywhere the wind will bring us.. (padahal mang gak ngerti jadwal pake bahasa korea :p)
Moga perjalanan ini diridhoi Allah SWT….. aamiin
Mencoba merasakan jadi orang gua sekali2… hehe… bisa.. di korea ada banyak gua2 menarik.
Pada musim dingin, tetap hangat.. dan pada musim panas.. malah jadi dingin.. mantab lah gua itu… 🙂
Berikut postingan dari http://blog.daum.net/korea_brand/1224
buat bahan referensi jalan2 jg, sambil hiking.. sekali2 jalan ke gua, bukan cuma ke pantai atau kolam renang aja.. 😀
Blow Away the Heat in Caves!
It was unusual that temperature in May recorded 28 degree in Celsius. It made us really worried about the coming summer. Well, it was right. Why don’t we go on a trip to a cool place? Where can be a better place rather than the ocean or a mountain that has many things to see and even has the freshness of early autumn?
Today we would like to proudly introduce the Korea’s beauty, Caves. There have been a lot geographical changes in this peninsula, which formed many magnificent sites in Korea. It might be a privilege for all of us in Korea to be able to enjoy it.
There are several kinds of caves. Limestone caves are formed by the rainwater which dissolves the limestone layer. Sea caves are formed by abrasion of the ocean wave. Lava caves are formed by lava flow. Artificial caves are formed on a specific purpose. There are more limestone caves and sea caves in Korea. Stalagmites, stalactites and stone pillars are so beautiful that more and more people keep visiting the caves. And this will guide you to explore the caves which are the gifts from the Mother Nature. Let’s take a look.
Korea’s only theme cave, Hwaam
<Gold-colored Stalactite, Hwaam Cave>(Source: Kookmin Ilbo)
Hwaam Cave located in Jeongsun, Gangwon-do is recognized as one of the great caves in Korea. It was listed in 1980 as the monument No. 33. Most of all, it is highly recognized for its beauty and it is also one of the eight beauties in Jeongsun, Gangwon-do. It is the only themed cave. The theme presents the ‘Meeting of the Gold and the Nature’. What makes it unique is that, Hwaam Cave has both coal mine and natural cave. To get to the starting point of the cave, you should take a shuttle train. You will truly feel the theme of the ‘Meeting of Gold and Nature’.
The tour length of Hwaam Cave is 1,803 meters and the tour takes approximately one and half hour. You can see some chapters in the cave. The chapters consist of ‘History’, ‘365 along with Gold Line’, ‘Wonderland’, ‘Gold world’, ‘Nature Wonder’. The cave was discovered while mining the gold, so there are many displays and exhibits inside are connected with Gold mine. You can see the times of mining gold and a gold vein. It is quite interesting to see gold bars. In addition, there are some displays showing various kinds of gold mines, the use of gold and the history of gold. It is already beyond the museum. For the children who easily get bored, there is a chapter of ‘Gold Ghost and Silver Ghost in Wonderland’ which are mascots of this cave. The Wonderland shows how to mine gold and make gold products from the children’s perspective. Actually, there are more family visitors in a cave tour.
You can also enjoy a geological beauty. Hundreds of stalactites hanging on the ceiling are spectacular. It looks like a curtain hung over the cave. It is not fair just to say “beautiful”, but it is natural to say “beyond the expression!”.
Mystic geologic cave, Gosu
<Statue of ‘Virgin Mary’ in Gosu Cave> (Source: Newsis)
Many people said this Gosu Cave, located in Danyang, Chungcheongbuk-do, is genuinely the best of all. Because there are many beautiful rocks, stalagmites, stalactites and stone pillars.
Gosu cave made of limestone layers is listed No. 256 as a natural monument. There are various creatures by the cave, which has high academic value. It is 1,200 meters long. However travelers have an access only to 600 meters inside for environmental conservation.
However, once you enter, you will definitely be amazed. It is so beautiful that you won’t be disappointed at not seeing the whole cave. Stalactites and stalagmites which grown up and down for a long period of time finally has become the limestone pillars. With that, you will feel the eternity of time.
The ‘Gom Bawi (Bear rock)’ that looks like a roaring bear is a mystic nature itself which makes you keep looking at it. ‘Cheondang SeongByeok (the Wall of the Castle of Heaven)’ has beautiful stalactites, which are very popular among many travelers who want to take a picture of them. In fact, it is very amazing to know that it takes 5 years and even 10 years for stalactites to grow up to 1 cm. Gosu Cave is made 5.4 million years ago. Once again, you can feel the eternity of time. During the journey, you will see a rock called a statue of the Virgin Mary. The rock looks like the Virgin Mary holding hands, kneeling and praying.
Before you go to Gosu Cave, there are several things you should remember. As the entrance road is very narrow, you have to be careful. A pathway inside of the cave is very narrow and steep. It is also very humid, so you might feel as if you were in the rain. It has 95 percent to 97 percent humidity, so that you’d better prepare the raincoat.
Hwanseon Cave, the undiscovered jewel in Asia
<Monorail in Hwanseon cave, Samcheok> (Source: Yonhap News Agency)
“The largest limestones cave in Asia”. With this one sentence, we can recognize the magnificent status ofHwanseon Cave.
Hwanseon cave is located in Dei-ri, Samcheok, Gwangwon-do. Dei-ri means big ears. There are six caves in Dei-ri region. Only two caves, Daegeum Cave and Hwanseon cave, are open to travelers.
It takes long time to get to Hwanseon Cave. For this, they equipped mono rail for visitors, which used to take 30~ 40 minutes on foot. If you want to take a breath of mountain, walking is also recommended.
Hwanseon Cave is much bigger than any other caves. It has many valleys like small falls here and there uplifting a very unique atmosphere. Cave coral is the most popular place. It is hard to find anywhere in the world, so that many foreigners visit the Cave. There is an English information sign. Cave coral grows up on the wall where water comes out. Cave coral is also called Cave Popcorn since it has a similar look. Many people capture the splendid scenery that looks like a King’s throne. We hope you to take a close look at this throne.
The cave is good for travel in both summer and winter. Cool in summer, warm in winter. How about watching magnificent view and relaxing your mind in cave tour during the summer that made us tired and stressed?
bareng bos hadi, badrul, dan madam Ai.
btw, orang yg di belakang itu cuman lewat, tp kayak kepoto bareng.. hihi
The present is an accumulative total of the past. So, if you want to really know about the present of a country, you need to delve deep into its age-long history.
Soekarno, the founding father of Indonesia, said,
A great nation is the nation that doesn’t forget its history
And learning about its past capitals – the central locations for the country’s politics and culture – will be a very helpful and significant approach.
The cities of Gyeongju, Gongju, Buyeo and Iksan were designated as the ancient capitals of Korea in accordance with the Special Act on the Preservation of Ancient Capitals decree enacted in March 2005.
For a city to become a capital, it must be some place that is well-suited for residence; a strategic location against foreign invasions; and an all-around convenient spot for overseeing the country. That’s why capitals are usually located near a big river, surrounded by mountains, and furnished with a broad expanse of fertile planes.
Gyeongju, Gongju, Buyeo and Iksan
<Jeonglim Saji 5 Floor Tower in Buyeo>
The Baekje Kingdom (18 BCE – 660 CE), one of the Three Kingdoms of Korea, together with Goguryeo and Silla, controlled some colonies in China and most of the western Korean Peninsula at its peak in the 4th century and was a significant regional sea power.
In the 5th century, Baekje retreated under the southward military threat of Goguryeo, and in 475 its capital moved to Ungjin (present-day Gongju). Gongju is home to numerous historic sites including Gongsanseong Fortress, Magoksa Five-story Stone Pagoda, and Seokjang-ri Old Stone Age Ruins.
In 538, King Seong moved the capital to Sabi (present-day Buyeo County), home to significant relics such as the five-storied stone pagoda of Jeongnimsa Temple site and Banwollu Tower.
<Seokguram Grotto in Gyeongju, a UNESCO World Heritage>
Gyeongju was the capital of the ancient kingdom of Silla (57 BC-935 AD) which ruled most of the Korean Peninsula between the 7th and 9th centuries. A vast number of archaeological sites and cultural properties from this period remain in the city. Among such historical treasures, Seokguram grotto, Bulguksa temple, Gyeongju Historic Areas and Yangdong Folk Village are designated as World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The many major historical sites have helped Gyeongju to become one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Korea.
A Map of Korea’s Ancient Capitals
The Cultural Heritage Administration recently published a map of Korea’s ancient capitals in English as a tourist guide to important historical sites in Korea.
The “Ancient Capitals Tour” map is designed to be easy to carry and use. The map provides information on the history, geography, folklore, and contemporary situation of the four ancient capitals in South Korea: Gyeongju, Gongju, Buyeo and Iksan.
<Ancient Capitals Tour Map in English>
The map also provides useful tourist information, including guides to accommodations and public transportation. Maps will be distributed free of charge at cultural centers and tourism agencies.
Last weekend, we visited the Deoksu Palace at the heart of Seoul city. http://wn.com/Deoksu_PalaceIt was in rehab, so not so much we could see.. here are a bit of its pictures.. with the borrowed camera.. ㅋㅋㅋ..
kita jalan2 ke seoul.. hehe.
gua pengen beli laptop vaio tua, dan si arfan lapor diri.. sorenya ada kuliah, jadi musti buru2 balik..
here are some videos i took..
Harga tiket 29 ribuan perorang.. kita urungkan menziarahi candi roro jonggrang .. huahua
Next destination, malioboro dan borobudur