SAN LLC makes Seoul Mag’s April 2013 on page 11. Never mind the cover’s grossly negligent image of the girl climbing in her neon-90’s style 20 year old harness, that isn’t a SAN LLC image and SEOUL Magazine graciously ran a printed correction for any misleading associations of the cover image to SAN LLC. Despite having copy and pasted the best directions to Ui-dong to Seoul Mag, they botched ’em up poorly with their own directions, too, and also again, unfortunately, those who read them, will get lost and probably point the finger at SAN LLC for this, too. Read more here via this link: http://issuu.com/seoulselection/docs/seoul_2013_04/3?e=1406114/2037047
Here are the original directions that we submitted directly to the SEOUL Magazine correspondent: Finally, Insubong located in northern Seoul’s Bukhansan National Park is our choice for natural traditional climbing for it’s stunning views, numerous multi-pitch trad routes, and easy park access. Insubong is one of the main climbing meccas for Seoul’s traditional climbers and boasts well over one hundred routes ranging in difficulty from 5.6 to 5.13. Insubong is truly the climber’s climbing crag with bouldering, sport and trad climbing available with crack, slab, face, chimney and ridge style climbs. Insubong is not for the light at heart and should be climbed with a professional guide or someone with sufficient trad climbing experience. Take Sky Blue Line #4, catch Bus 120 out Exit #3 to the end and cab it up to the DoSeonSa Temple Rotary, take the main headtrail in thirty minutes to the Insu Campground, cut across the campground and head directly up the less obvious trails for another fifteen minutes. You cannot miss Insubong’s main Big Slab headwall.