Originally Posted by rainzoro
the 88 olympic highway road isn't so bad.
cover up your license plate and go loco. If got caught by police? handem one benjamin franklin and its all good. lol maybe not now but atleast couple years ago i got away doing that.
what are u staying in korea for
88? That is ALWAYS backed up. I'm looking for something with a couple of good twisties that doesn't have rice patties on both sides of the road.
Originally Posted by major_kusanagi
I was there just a few months ago for work. Speed traps and cameras everywhere. And I mean everywhere. They even calculate your average speed on major highways and so on. If your average speed is over the posted speed limit within given a stretch, they will kindly mail you a ticket or two.
Better find a track... public roads are heavily monitored in Korea. It's the most networked and wired country in the world, and so are the roads.
There is a 'racing park' in Taebaek city (http://www.racingpark.co.kr/use/program.asp
) . I think it costs about KRW 110,000 (USD 100) to buy a pass. Never had a chance to drive there myself... but I hear it's the best track that is publicly available.
There is also the Korea International Circuit in Junnam Province, but it won't be completed until mid 2010.
I heard about the Junnam Circuit, hopefully I'll find a way to get on it. I think they are closing the Everland circuit in 2010 and the Ansan track is closed.
The camera's are a PIA, I've got 2 tickets already. They were only 30k won, not too painful. That's why I need to find a road course somewhere.
I've thought about trying to get into the driver testing course at night. Its pretty much an autocross setup.