Nami Island was named after General Nami, a brave name from the Korean history who courageously fought in battles and died at the age of 27. in 1965, thousands of trees were planted by the hands of Mr. Pyong – Do Minn.
The rain used to transform this place into an island. It is the land of songs and fairytales. The shape that is has right now has been kept since the construction of the Cheongpeong dam.
Nami Island today provides a warm place to rest, where people can take heavy loads off their shoulders. Men animals and trees share peace, love and harmony far away from the crowded civilization.
Philippine flag beside the South Korea flag! How awesome. 🙂
The ferry that will bring us to Nami Island. Travel time usually takes around 10-15 minutes. It was really a smooth ferry ride all the way.
Nami Island = UNICEF child friendly park
Tall beautiful trees growing in Nami Island.
Traveling is more fun when you take jump shots! Me and my new found friend from the tour, Lorraine. Enjoying the scenic view of Nami Island and jumping with joy! 😛
Koreans love riding bicycles, especially couples in their Korean shows – the guy pedals while the girl sits at the back. Awww so cuute. 🙂
Korean sausages! YUM!!! 2000KW for a piece.
Lovely squirrel running around freely.
Cute ostrich. Meh so big and fluffy. LOL
Photography by: Sarah May Tanhuanco