Friday, January 26, 2018

[Event] Jang Keun Suk's #Olympic Torch Countdown Enters Day 3 - 2018-01-26

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Only 3 days remain until Jang Keun Suk receives the 2018 Winter Olympic Torch in Chuncheon! πŸŽ‰
Alongside Jackie Chan and Ando Miki, Jang Keun Suk will be among the last to run. He will have the honor of lighting the temporary Olympic cauldron in Hongcheon.

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Today, the torch is in Goseong. This county's Unification Observatory is at the most northern part of South Korea. Built by an army unit in 1983, Goseong Unification Observatory is the nearest place for viewing Geumgangsan Mountain in North Korea. From the observatory, you can see Haegeumgang and the islands nearby as well as get a glimpse of various peaks of Geumgangsan Mountain such as Ilchulbong Peak (1, 552 m), Chaehabong Peak, and Oknyeobong Peak.




With water parks, hot springs, resorts, beaches, museums and more, Goseong has plenty to entertain guests. It was the capital of Sogaya, an ancient kingdom of advanced culture. It is endowed with natural tourism resources of beautiful mountains, ocean, and fields. Goseong was the center of the Gaya kingdom during ancient years.

Additionally, there are also events about General Yi Sun-sin who, in 1593, defeated the Japanese invaders at Danghangpo which is near port of Goseong. Moreover, between April and June the county hosts the Gyeongnam Goseong Dinosaur World Expo as Goseong is known for, among other things, its fossilized dinosaur footprints.

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