Photographer's Note

•oO HAN River Oo•

During my second visit from South Korea on May 2005, I had some free time out of business meetings and with my Korean friend had some visits from sight seen. We had some rest by the Han River (한강) side. It is a favorite place for lovers and tourists on sunset time.
The sunset colors and pairs of lovers which sat on step by the river were my promotions for taking this picture.

The Han River in South Korea is the confluence of the South Han River, which originates in Mount Daedeok, and the North Han, which originates in Mount Geumgang.
The Han River flows through Seoul to empty into the Yellow Sea.
The total distance of the Han River is 514 km. Although it is not a long river, the lower Han is remarkably broad for such a relatively short river. Within Seoul limits, the river is more than 1 km wide.
There are totally 25 Bridges over the Han River.

P.P. Job:
I made some Photo Adjustment on Corel Paint Shop Pro X and cropped and framed in Photo Shop CS2.

-=Wishing You and Bright and Cheerful New Year 2007=-


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