We stayed at the Hyundai Hotel near the shipyard, which was close to where Bob's work meeting was held the next morning. Sight-seeing was limited in the few hours I had before leaving, but I did enjoy a leisurely stroll through the park next to the hotel and a quick walk through the Hyundai Department store. From all appearances, Ulsan seems to be a productive and successful community and a nice place to live.
On our way out, we stopped at Jujeon, a black pebble beach just north of town, so that I could take a couple of pictures of the coast. From there we drove about four hours to visit the Camp Humphreys Military Branch, who were hosting a farewell dinner party for Elder and Sister Riding, one of our fabulous senior missionary couples. They will be sorely missed!
The longest part of any excursion from Seoul is the last few miles into Seoul! It always takes three times as long as it should. But overall, the drive was one of the most beautiful we have taken through Korea, with Bob commenting that his favorite thing about Korea is the many tunnels burrowing through the mountainsides, and me reaffirming my love of the well-manicured family hillside burial mounds dotting the hills on every side.