Our Visit to Daegeum Mountain

by Gily Tenorio on April 17, 2012

in Other Stuff


Last Saturday, April 14, 2012, my family went to a mountain here in our city we’re living now together with some members of our church. The purpose of going to this mountain is for fellowship and building stronger relationship among the church members.

The mountain is called Daegumsan which I think is just a 30-minute drive from our apartment. It is a mountain covered with azalea flowers. In Korean, azalea is called jindale.

When we went there, there are a lot of people wanting to see the blooming flowers. The weather is great during that time, not cold nor hot. Definitely, it is spring time here in Korea. It is really good to walk around and go to the top where you can see the best view of the mountain and the surrounding environment.

I’m also surprised that my 5-year old son was able to go to the top and he’s very fast. The mountain is around 440 meters high from sea level. Below you can see the pretty azalea flowers surrounding the mountain.



Here’s the picture of me, my wife and son at the top of the mountain overlooking the people and flowers below.

My Family in Daegeumsan
Here is another view of the mountain.

Azalea in Daegeumsan
The place is really beautiful, it’s my first time to go there after more than 4 years of living here in our current city.


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GilGil Tenorio is a finance blogger, a husband, a father, and an active Christian. He likes playing guitar, C.S. Lewis, Plants and Zombies and NBA. Follow him at Facebook and Twitter.

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