Monday, June 01, 2015

호미곶의 일몰

Homigot is a quiet village. The time of year when crowd gathers is during New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. It is not served by any train or subway station and getting there can be a little troublesome. During the day, visitors were mainly tourists who came in tour coaches. They hardly make a din at Homigot because of its wide open space. There is no high-rise building, no 5-star hotels or franchise cafe outlets. There is nothing much to do other then eating seafood and watching sunrise. Although sunset is not the main event at Homigot, it was still worth my time taking a walk around Homigot Sunrise Square as the sun was setting behind the New Millennium Memorial Hall .

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