Kang Daniel Tour Course
Yeongdodaegyo Bridge - Shinseon Middle School – Daltteune - Huinnyeoul Culture Village - Taejongdae Park
Yeongdodaegyo BridgeThe first spot to visit is Yeongdodaegyo Bridge—the only bascule bridge in Korea. It is no wonder that a trip to Yeongdo begins with Yeongdodaegyo Bridge. If you’re from Busan, you may know its symbolism. Kang Daniel must have also crossed this bridge, more times than he could count, with his family and friends. Yeongdodaegyo Bridge, which has connected Yeongdo to its mainland for ages, is open for 15 min at 2:00 p.m. Every day, people flock to see the bridge deck lifted toward the sky. If you want to see how the bridge works, you should watch it from Nampo-dong.
Shinseon Middle SchoolIf you enter Yeongdo, take a bus to visit Shinseon Middle School. It is Kang Daniel’s alma mater, where he spent three years studying in Yeongdo—from the alleys, which he walked to school every morning to the playground, even to old school desks and chairs that he might have used. Some of his fans must feel excited just by imagining his school days while watching all the stuff he touched. Moreover, the blue oceanic view from the school is a bonus. To avoid interrupting students’ learning, you should observe silence.
A sliced raw mackerel restaurantYou can’t miss the restaurant that specializes in sliced raw mackerel after visiting Shinseon Middle School, as it was where Kang Daniel first drank with his teacher.
Huinnyeoul Culture VillageHuinnyeoul Culture Village is one of the attractions in Yeongdo that you shouldn’t miss. Known as Santorini in Korea, it was reborn by the local artists and residents who joined in renovating this old neighborhood. Filled with beautifully crafted murals together with a clear view of the sea, this place is perfect for taking the best shot in your life. In addition, the idyllic landscape of the fishing village will leave you breathless, as you walk along the narrow alleys in the village, facing the sea as its yard.
Taejongdae ParkTaejongdae Park has been a representative recreation area of Yeongdo since ancient times. Those who grew up in Yeongdo would always go on a picnic to the park as a schoolchild. Imagine Kang Daniel playing and jumping around on a picnic. Can you picture it? It takes more than an hour to look around Taejongdae Park on foot while appreciating a vast expanse of sea and the mysteries of unique rock formation. If walking is a little difficult, you can take the slow train called Danubi Train.
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