Travel to South Korea 11: a table of contents and summary


1.	Seoraksan national park

I made a table of contents and each summary of the past articles.

A table of contents and summary

 

これまでの記事の目次と要約です。

目次と要約

 

1.      Seoraksan national park /  雪岳山(ソラクサン)

This mountain faces the Sea of Japan at the northern tip of Korea, and it is famous for autumn leaves.

ここは韓国の北端にある日本海に面した紅葉で有名な山です。

 

2.      Andong Hahoe folk village 1 安東河回村 1

3.	Andong Hahoe folk village

Here is a village of Yangban(the aristocracy of Joseon Dynasty), and it maintains in original state.

It is a world heritage, and also famous for a masque.

ここは両班(朝鮮王朝の貴族)の村で、昔の雰囲気を今に残している。

ここは世界遺産でもあり、仮面劇でも有名です。

 

3.      Andong Hahoe folk village 2 安東河回村 2  

3.	Andong Hahoe folk village

I approach the culture and mysterious scenes of this village.

This masque shows irony, and has a unique flavor.

この村の文化や不思議な光景に迫ります。

ここの仮面は風刺が効いて味わいがあります。

 

4.      Pleasant meal  /   楽しい食事

local dishes  

I introduce delicious local dishes of Daegu, Andong, Mt.Seoraksan, and Seoul.

I especially introduce the meal of a fisheries market in Seoul.

美味しかった大邱、安東、雪岳山、ソウルの名物料理を紹介します。

特にソウルの水産市場での食事も紹介します。

 

5.      Persons whom we met.  First part  /   出会った人々 前編

 	Person

In this travel, Korean was very kind to us strangely.

I introduce some episodes of each place.

今回の旅行では、不思議なぐらい韓国人に親切にしてもらった。

各地でのエピソードを紹介します。

 

6.      Persons whom we met  Latter part 出会った人々 後編 

Seoul

I introduce the episodes of Seoul.

ソウルでのエピソードを紹介します。

 

7.      Beomeosa (Temple of the Nirvana Fish)  /   梵魚寺

 Temple

Because this temple was not aimed at sightseeing, I was able to feel the religious faith that had been rooted in local.

This is a big typical temple, and therefore we are well able to understand the atmosphere of Korean Buddhist temple.   

この寺は観光向けではないだけに、地元に根付いた信仰を感じることが出来ました。

ここは大きな寺で、韓国仏教寺院の雰囲気が良くわかります。

 

8.      Sightseeing of Busan and Daegu  /  釜山、大邱の観光

Pusan

I introduce a mountain and a temple located near Pusan, and a city sightseeing of Daegu. 

釜山近くの山と寺、大邱の市内観光を紹介します。

 

9.       In Seoul  /   ソウルにて

Seoul

I introduce sightseeing spots of Seoul.

ソウルの観光地を紹介します。

 

10.      What did I feel in this travel?   /   旅行で感じたこと 

 Daegu

I describe things that I have watched during the trip, about the development of city, the nature, and the people’s livelihood.

I strongly hope to be making friends with South Korea and the motivated people of neighboring country.

 旅行中に見た都会の発展、自然、人々の暮らしについて記します。         

この隣国の韓国、意欲ある人々と仲良くしていけることを切に願います。

 

 

 

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