Teaching in Korea Travel & Culture

Field Trip to Jinhae Environmental Park

Every month at SLP, we take a field trip. Because of this, I was able to visit a place that I would not have even known of: Jinhae Environmental Park.

Every month at SLP, we take a field trip. Because of this, I was able to visit a place that I would not have even known of: Jinhae Environmental Park. The scenery was absolutely gorgeous.

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The kids also had a lot of fun in the exercise area. They used it as a playground and they even made a make shift slide out of something that you are supposed to use to work out your abs.

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There were also a bunch of hula hoops in varying sizes that you could use. Tony tried his hardest to use the hula hoop, but he just went around in a circle with it and made himself dizzy.

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We had gotten to walk around the park and the lake. There were times where I just wanted to stop and take photos. I even regretted not taking my Canon DSLR with me.

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There was a bridge where you could look out at the river and you could see the different carp fish swimming around. There were tons of them, but there were two that stood out from the rest.

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If you are ever in the area, I suggest taking a moment to visit the park. It is a very nice place to go for a walk or if you just want to relax. If you are up for workout while you are at the park, you are more than welcome to do so!

Well, now I am going to leave you with two my favorite pictures of some of my students from the trip.

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Most of these photos will be on the Photography page if you would like to see them again. Thanks for reading and until next time!

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