While interpreting an RKPS(airport located in South Korea) LOC DME 06L, I found it somewhat confusing.
As you see, the initial action of the missed approach is climbing via heading 063 to GIDOO.
I can understand without any doubt if the chart states that I have to maintain track 063 rather than heading 063. I'm flying in C172, so the wind correction angle for maintaining track 063 will be big if the wind exists. But, if I maintain heading 063 as defined in the chart, I will not be able to reach GIDOO which might be determined by DME distance plus Radial from VOR or Localizer.
I tried to find GIDOO in other charts, but I couldn't.
So, what I want to know is, what should I maintain while executing missed approach procedure?
As mentioned in the chart, maintaining heading? or maintaining track?
In my opinion, we can't get any radial information from the localizer(we can't get a reliable signal from the course other than preselected final approach course), so I have to maintain heading 063 then when I reach 2 DME from ISAM, turn right heading 130.
Is it the correct action? or Do I need to maintain track 063? or.. Tracking back course localizer to GIDOO?