Ulsanbawi (울산바위) is a rock formation in the Seoraksan national park. The shape of Ulsanbawi is unique in the area. To reach the rocks you need to follow a hiking path and climb over 800 steps (it's actually 888 steps according to locals). On the way there, there are two temples and a spherical rock (Heundeulbawi, 흔들바위) which is located on top of a larger rock.
Me with a GIANT Buddah
As you can imagine, 888 Steps does feel as bad as it sounds
Made it to the top! Too bad none of the leaves have changed colour just yet.