Seoul Series

Gyeongchun Line Forest Park: A Discarded Railroad Turned Into a Park

As we chased the beautiful cherry blossoms around Seoul, I stumbled upon this article about an old railroad park with pictures of beautiful sakuras in full bloom. Looking forward for this picturesque view we headed to this once disused railroad to see it for ourselves. Luckily, cherry blossoms are still pleasing in sight and there… Continue reading Gyeongchun Line Forest Park: A Discarded Railroad Turned Into a Park

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Jade Garden and the Sightly Tulips Trail

"Small Europe in the Forest" is what Jade Garden Natural Arboretum (제이드가든 수목원 is, with 24 unique themed areas to stroll around. Located at Chuncheon, Gangwon-do and only an hour of traveling from Seoul. This attraction is a de facto to locals as location for TV drama's and romance movie. It's not quite surprising hence… Continue reading Jade Garden and the Sightly Tulips Trail

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A Myriad of Pink Azaleas in Korea: Best Three Spots to Wander

Royal azalea is native to the Korean Peninsula. It blooms appealingly late of April up to early summer and really an attraction for nature lovers. Its colors varies from white to pink and obviously the myriad of pink flounder most. To catch a glimpse of this dainty flower and capture instagrammable photos here are my… Continue reading A Myriad of Pink Azaleas in Korea: Best Three Spots to Wander

Festivals year round

Pink Mountain in Spring: Goryeosan Jindalle Festival

Have you had a great time with sakuras? As the charming beauty of cherry blossoms slowly withering away, here comes another spring flower that's bathing the peninsula in pink. The azaleas! This flower's charm spring in different colors and pink is predominant that made a few mountains in Korea looks prettily and exciting especially for… Continue reading Pink Mountain in Spring: Goryeosan Jindalle Festival