Goeje Island, South Korea
Traveling with hubby has been part of our leisure pursuit. Visiting other cities in South Korea could be as easy as a piece of cake if one has its driver’s license. Most roads are well-built and maintained highly by its government and still, the process of construction for more shortcuts and accessibility are ongoing in some areas.
e were celebrating our 5th-anniversary last year, so we planned out conquering another neighboring city of Jinju, Goeje Island. An approximate of 57.39 Km that might take 1 hour and a half, but that could be shorter depending on how much you speed up your car. Goejedo is the second largest Island next to Jeju Island. The thing with Goeje is that they were able to develop a bridge that connects directly with other cities, unlike Jeju. So before entering this island, a seacoast will flash your eyes while not succumbing the mountain view from the other side.
The second place we barged in was Windy Hill (바람의 언덕). It was the peak of summer, so the humidity level and the scorching sun were at its finest.
WINDY HILL (바람의 언덕)
- Nambu-myeon, Geoje-si, Gyeongsangnam-do Dojangpo Village/경상남도 거제시 남부면 도장포마을
N/A (Open all year round)
Some hiking is necessary to reach the summit but a breathtaking view awaits you there. A hill rooted with green grass and a sea with natural stones were 👍 👍 !
Our obligatory snaps as a couple since we’re celebrating another milestone in our relationship. kkkk 😍 👫💏
DID YOU KNOW:
This place was a popular filming site of Korean programs such as:
- 1 night and 2 days
- Eve’s Garden
- Merry Go Round
South Gyeongnam province has plentiful of beautiful cities to go for and has its own charm to galvanize tourists in its unique ways. I haven’t toured all its cities YET, but I am haft way there. Always keep an eye on my blog because I’ll be featuring more of the warm cities of Gyeongnam Province. 🙆 😉
The Old Windmill Smile
They kissed there for the very first time.
Their hearts pounding as the storm lashed the trees.
They made love there furtively on the grass.
The first humans to ever make love.
Five decades later, their grand kids stood there, a faded b/w picture in hand.
The old windmill smiled.