Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Beauty of Korean Mountains Draws Attentions as Summer Vacation Destinations

As the summer vacation season approaches, the magazine Foreign Policy has selected five fabulous destinations that Americans cannot visit, and the list includes Mt. Kumgang, located along the east coast of North Korea.

Foreign Policy describes Mt. Kumgang as “an unspoiled spiritual retreat,” where exquisite scenery and its famous Zen monastery will take tourist’s breath away. Its hiking paths are also a major attraction, challenging but exciting for those who enjoy the outdoors. When ascending its 5000-foot peak, hikers can view the beautiful white-sand beaches of the Korean coastline.

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