17-Jul-2001 -- It was the Constitution Day in South Korea. Naturally, it is a national holiday. I convinced my dad to take me close to a confluence point. This time, it was near Yeongcheon. After exiting to road #4, we took road #28, which approached the confluence point to a couple of kilometers.
We were confronted with a military facility, though. And not just a small one, either. The whole base covered a large area of the land near the confluence point. I was a bit afraid that I might have to attempt the risk of taking a photo in here.
First thing first, though. I got off the car and followed the GPS coordinates. At first, I went through a rice field, then climb a hill. This got me to some kind of military practice ground. It seemed to be inactive at the time, so I went through this. Then I was blocked by a dense forest. I roughed by way through, and I was out of the military facility completely; there was a farm at the end.
From this point, things were easy because there was a small road for people to walk around. I eventually ended up in an orchard of sorts within the farm. Since the orchard is a private property, I couldn't step on the exact confluence point, but I was able to get pretty close from the road.
After taking photos, I realized that there was a much easier way to approach the point. After exiting through the 'proper' entrance of the farm, I was able to arrive at road #28 within 15 minutes of walking. I guess I should go the 'easy' way next time. :)