Mt. Seorak is a national park in Korea.
It is not too tall, but has many pinnacles that draw clouds and people year around.
It is not rocky enough to compare to Rocky Mountains in the U.S. but rocky enough to attract photographers.
From one spot, I was able to take great photo shots of part of the mountains and they are panoramic and fascinating. One of the reasons for the variety of shots is that the clouds continue to pass by the pinnacles, thus changing the scenery. They are marvelous and just beautiful. They look just like oriental painting to me.
I share some of the photos here below: