it is the largest hill behind the camp and it faces north. If I remember right on the back side of that hill is a series of caves and then down in the valley there is a Buddhist monks temple that is a popular spot a lot of people like to visit along with a temple. don't blow all your money down on the strip but instead rent a girl for the weekend and take a bus ride down the coast to Pusan and see the city of Seoul . that is what I used to do, she can translate for you. take a lot of pics because in 30 years from now you will pull them out and wonder what happen to all the people you used to know.
camp Casey, Korea June 1977-Dec 1978
do your part and be a good soilder and life is good. one thing I will say is put in for germany from their before you 6 month mark and most likey you will get transfered. for some reason they like poeple that are aready over seas to do a shift to another country instead of comming back to america