Surrounding the city, the Seoul Trail has eight courses totaling a distance of 157 km. Among some Seoul citizens, it is fun to complete the distance of every trail, but trying a few trails is enough to see and feel the beauty of Seoul. Depending on the course, trails can include Korean history, culture, and nature. Some go through mountains or villages, and some have restaurants and cafes nearby where people can relax. Visitors do not have to worry if a course is too steep or dangerous. Most of them are created for ease of access.
Collecting stamps in post box-shaped stands is also fun while trekking. Three to six stands on each trail are installed where you can stamp your success on a stamp book. If you gather all 28 stamps, you can apply for a certificate verifying your completion of the Seoul Trail from Seoul’s mayor. People can download the stamp book at the website. The Seoul Metropolitan Government now plans to launch an application of Seoul Trail on Apple Store and Google Play, so download and enjoy!
Sheena Kim Staff Reporter (email@example.com)
1. How many courses are in the Seoul Trail?
2. What can people collect while trekking?
1. Do you like walking? What is the longest distance that you have walked?
2. Why do visitors not have to worry?