Gyejoksan Red Clay Trail // 계족산 황톳길
In your search for interesting things to do in Daejeon you may very well run into this. The Gyejoksan Red Clay Trail.
This trail is located out on the edge of the city and is notable because it is said that walking barefoot on the red clay is good for your health.
My friends and I actually did this hike a long time ago but I just now stumbled across these photos on an SD card that I hadn’t used in a while. So I figured I post them now!
If you choose to take your shoes off and do the clay trail, which you don’t have to, then there is a little foot washing station at the end where you can clean all the red off your feet.
For me at least, it’s definitely quite a hike to get out there, but it was totally worth it. I definitely recommend checking it out sometime if you’re in Daejeon.
The Daejeon Tourism Board’s page with all the information can be found here.
Thanks for reading!
4 thoughts on “Gyejoksan Red Clay Trail // 계족산 황톳길”
Hello I’m just confused how did you learn korean? I’m so interested learning korean language. Thank you.
On Mon, Feb 5, 2018 at 7:46 AM, Hours and Miles wrote:
> Hours and Miles posted: “Gyejoksan Red Clay Trail // 계족산 황톳길 In your > search for interesting things to do in Daejeon you may very well run into > this. The Gyejoksan Red Clay Trail. This trail is located out on the edge > of the city and is notable because it is said tha” >
Hi! I’ve studied it on my own for about two years now! I made a post a while ago called How I Study Korean a while ago which you can search for on my blog if you want to know all the details!! I used a textbook in the beginning and now I use a site called How To Study Korean.com and I also meet up with Korean friends for language exchange 🙂
Thank you. Are there any books you recommend for me to learn Korean?
The one that I started out with was called Elementary Korean and it’s by Ross King and Jaehoon Yeon. I did the work book that goes along with it also and I thought that it was really helpful. It makes you practice the different grammar points over and over and over so you know them, along with the vocabulary, pretty well by the end of the chapter.
But I think that any introductory textbook is probably pretty good!