Supporters of Korean soccer team are called 'Red Devils'. We had a chance to join them in the exclusive enclosure (mostly clad in red). Shouts of "Haa-do (wave)" and the song "Oh pil (surely) seung (victory) Korea" reminded us of 2002 World Cup. This shot was taken at end of the match. Korea beat Bahrain 2-0.
Several tracks with various distance and time. All are crowded on sundays. It seems locals r quite fond of hiking. We wanted to go to the top (Cheonwangbong, 1187m), but took the wrong track. anywayz, it was fun. V were just short of it.
Equipment: Eatables and drinks. A pair of Sneakers wud b gud enuf.
I heard its smaller than the one in Lotte, Seoul. But, being the only one in Gwangju, not bad for a beginner like me. Not sure about the timings. I wuz there on a sunday, and it closed at 1750.
Equipment: You can rent the skates for mere 5500 won.
Soccer match between Korea and Bahrain (11 Jul 2004). Korea won 2-0. The stadium was packed and crowd was going crazy.
Also called Mudeung Park. There is a cable car ride that goes up the mountain. Also, a track goes along the cable car. There is a view-point at the top. You can view the whole city.