A short work-out hike to the top of Namsan (aka South Mountain). A 262 meter peak in middle of Seoul City with N Seoul Tower at its peak.
O.C.B. by Timo Maas.
The difference between normal cameras and the GoPro HD is that it has a 170 degree "fisheye" wide-angle lens.
Uh... actually no.. haha. Thx for the tip. :)
I like Seoul, so many places to ride a bike. Btw, what's the name of song?
I curious the camera's position.my arms doesn't seem in my video.Can you help me about that problem? I'm using Nikon coolpix l26 digital camera.
You know, there is a ramp that takes you down to the hangang park across the street from the stairs you decided to take, right?
Thx for the comment. Korea's a great place for mountain bike riding as about half of the country is covered with mountains. I'm sure you'll have a blast while you're here :)
I liked it, thanks for your video !!! I'm going to Korea next summer :) I was wondering if there is Mountain bikers like me :)
'Bout to do some of this riding myself in a month. Hope to get some good video with my new goprohd2
@canadianroot Thx for the compliments :). The common route taken by most riders is through Hannam-dong. Break off from the Han River, go through Hannam intersection, take the main road up all the way to the Harley Davidson store then though a back alley to avoid heavy traffic. I have a GPS log of the ride that day but since I can't post any links in Youtube comments, I can send you a link by message if you want.
Recognized the part along the Han, but then it was all new territory from where you went from the Han to the entrance to Namsan hill. Where did you diverge from the river? I've almost smacked into riders coming up the "wrong" way at around 2:00 on that sharp corner. It's a blast. 15-20 minutes of torture followed by less than a minute of blazing downhill. Kudos on the video. Good edit and sound.
It looks short due to the camera's wide angle but it's actually normal in length, mine are cut to 57cm.