As the resting place of the day, take advantage of the Palace of the King Jeonggo HaengGung to stay a while after undergoing a long journey. Beautiful palace is also home to the convening party such as when the mother Jeonggo celebrates birthday-60.
Built since the Joseon Dynasty in 1789 to be exact, HaengGung means a temporary resting place. The palace is more like a residential complex. When viewed from above, HaengGung palace in the middle of densely populated settlements. The palace is the only traditional buildings in the area Namchang-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi.
With the style of an ancient house, the palace consists of many buildings. All the buildings are still preserved to this day although some other parts were destroyed during the Japanese occupation of Korea. As buildings age and long history, HaengGung palace was declared a UNESCO world heritage site in 1997.
www.guardian.co.uk. Fresh is a huge beach with peaks all along its length so you can usually find a wave to yourself. The main beach produces some powerful and often quite large peaks, plus there are a couple of other good breaks in the small bays to the south. There’s also one of the heaviest, scariest reef breaks in Wales in the general area.
Freshwater West is a very large and wild beach, situated outside a military firing range and backed with sand dunes. The beach is mostly covered at high tide, and some low rocky ridges are exposed at low tide to the sides of the beach, where there are a few rock pools. It is also possible to find the fossilised stumps of a 6,000 year old forest at low tide.
Note that there’s an army firing range above the beach to the south of Freshwater West and if caught surfing here without permission you may face prosecution and/or detonation.