Exploring Seoul’s Topography @ Namsan

Last Friday, we had a fun time going to Namsan Tower for our field trip. Here are some of the photos from our trip! We rode the cable car, went to the Teddy Bear Museum and went to the top of the Namsan Tower!

  • What was your favorite part of the field trip?
  • What did you learn about the topography of Seoul?
  • What types of landforms did you see at the top of Namsan Tower?

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14 responses to “Exploring Seoul’s Topography @ Namsan

  1. ★Jenny Penny★

    I want to go to teddy bear museum again!
    I might go there with my family this week!

  2. ■What was your favorite part of the field trip?
    I liked the teddy bear museum!^^
    ■What did you learn about the topography of Seoul?
    There are many mountains!
    ■What types of landforms did you see at the top of Namsan Tower?
    hills,mountains,trees,high buildings,and lots more

  3. I should take my mom to the teddy bear museum again.

  4. I should take my mom to the teddy bear museum again and ride the cable car too.

  5. I liked when i we went up to Namsan tower.

  6. DAE BAK nat da Dae Bak nat da
    !!!!!!!!1!!!!!!!!!!!!! ssuala ssuala

  7. Dae bak nat da Dae bak nat da Dae bak nat da!

  8. My favorite part of the field trip was being at the top of the tower and the great view of seoul.I learned that Seoul has a lot of mountains. At the top of the Namsan Tower, I saw a lot of mountains, the Han River, and a lot of trees.

  9. what was my favorite part of the field trip?
    It was teddy bear museum as well
    what did I learn about topography of Seoul?
    I found out that we have to save nature seriously. It was mostly buildings
    what type of landforms did I see on top of Namsan Tower?
    I saw a mountain, buildings, roads, trees, and Han River.

  10. If I go to namsantower again i would do the same thing as when we went om the feildtrip.

  11. It was awesome and fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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