Seoraksan National Park

Most South Koreans vote for the Seoraksan National Park when it comes to a question about the best trails for hikers in the country. DJ and Yoon set off to find out what all the fuss is about and take on a 7-km valley walk.

You can also check out Yoon’s stories here:

Part 1:

http://khnews.kheraldm.com/view.php?ud=20190620000746&md=20190623003106_BL

Part 2:

http://khnews.kheraldm.com/view.php?ud=20190613000624&md=20190616003108_BL

Bukhansan National Park

The Guinness Book of World Records lists Bukhansan, just north of Seoul, as the “Most Visited National Park per Unit Area”. We go to see what all the fuss is about, scaling the highest peak and lining up with hundreds of other hikers to capture the amazing views the peak affords of the mega city below.

Part 1:

http://khnews.kheraldm.com/view.php?ud=20190620000746&md=20190623003106_BL

Part 2:

http://khnews.kheraldm.com/view.php?ud=20190613000624&md=20190616003108_BL

Running Seoul

In the first of a new series DJ starts in Seoul, the capital of South Korea, where he goes on a long run to acquaint himself with the layout of the city, while reminiscing about tackling the tallest peak, the Hallasan volcano.

Check out other videos of  the mount Hallasan HERE

Off-piste at Chishui

In the last in their Guizhou series, DJ and Jack start on the Chishui River where they find rapids a little too strong for them. After drying off, they hop on motorbike taxis to go inland away from the crowds where they find more waterfalls and a charming little village.

Check out other videos of Chishui River HERE

The waterfall

DJ and Jack jump back on their bikes to go visit the 385-meter Light Rock Buddha Waterfall. DJ loses his drone and Jack takes the easy way back down the mountain, before both walk into the ancient town of Tucheng.

Taking to the river

In this episode Jack and DJ park their bikes and get on the river, kayaking 6 km down to the old town of Bing An. Jack gets his own back on DJ by making him abseil down a bridge. There’s also a museum visit to get a sense of what took place here during the Long March.

Biking the Chishui

The 154-km Chishui Valley bike trail runs between Maotai and Chishui towns in Guizhou, China. After checking the local rice wine in Maotai, DJ and Jack take on the first half of the trail by bike before DJ tricks Jack into testing a zip line that’s being newly installed.