On another side of the hill, we found a lone grave site. I assume this was either someone important or someone wealthy due to the cement wall encasing the mound and the monuments surrounding it.
While trying to find some information about Korean graves, I came across a great story written by an American who taught English in Korea. She was invited by the family of one of her students to visit the grave site of the student's grandparents. The author describes the etiquette of visiting Korean graves, most of which she learned by doing the wrong things.
"He spoke well who said that graves are the footprints of angels."
-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow