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A bike path from the start of the Yeongsan River.

Head from the bamboo groves of Damyang toward Gwangju, Korea’s historically city.

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The Yellow Sea Birds

The Yellow Sea? It’s more than a sea. When the tide recedes, it becomes the world’s largest tidal mudflats. This endless expanse may look like bland, brown goop. However, it facilitates an awe-inspiring display of endurance and perseverance.

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Damyang Dam certification center checkpoint stamp for Korea's Bicycle Certification system.
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7 km (4.5 mi) from start
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Metasequoia Road certification center checkpoint stamp for Korea's Bicycle Certification system.
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27 km (17 mi) from start
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Damyang Bamboo Forest certification center checkpoint stamp for Korea's Bicycle Certification system.
The City of Incheon

Behind Seoul and Busan, the city of Incheon (인천) is the third most populous city in Korea, holding over three million residents. The city sits on the northwestern corner of South Korea, with the Yellow Sea to its west and Seoul to its east.

Incheon is a part of the Seoul Capital Area (수도권), which includes Gyeonggi Province (경기도). Many of Incheon’s residents commute to Seoul via the Airport Express (AREX) or Subway Line 1, which extended across both cities.