Wednesday, 28 July 2010

Hyundai Asan in Inter-Korean Projects

Having opened a new chapter in inter-Korean cooperation by introducing the Mt. Geumgang tour package in 1998, Hyundai Asan is now trying to get a new tourism project off the ground. The path to the inner area of Mt. Geumgang, which had been closed off to South Koreans, will be open to South Korean tourists starting on June 1st. Some of the undisclosed beauties of inner Mt. Geumgang include the eight springs of Manpok , Bodeok temple built on a cliff and supported by a single bronze pillar, and the Pyohun Temple preserved in its original form.

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