It is not easy deciding which season is the best to come to Korea but if you are someone who prefers the weather being slightly cooling, you might want to consider coming during autumn.
If you come at the right timing, you would be able to see the colorful autumn foilage and also witness the phenomenal silver glass and pink muhly located in Haneul Park.
According to its official site, Haneul Park is the most popular park located in World Cup Park that was built to commemorate the 17th FIFA World Cup. It used to be a landfill which eventually topped its capacity in 1993. Since then, the government had decided to change it into an ecological area that many of the people ended up enjoying.
For those who know Korean, Haneul Park actually means Sky Park too. It was said that it was named after the fact that visitors would be able to see the clear sky.
Especially during autumn, many would make their way down to the park to enjoy the breathtaking views of what the park has to offer. Usually in October, the silver grass and pink muhly will be in full bloom. Also known as the ‘Silver Grass Festival’, many photographers would also make their way down to capture the stunning moments.
Another reason why Haneul Park is well-loved by couples is because of how they would be able to take romantic and memorable photos with each other. Taking a walk along the park would also allow many to forget what might be bothering them and fully engrossed themselves in the current moment.
Aside from taking photos with the silver grass and pink muhly, visitors can also lookout for the the different points available in the park that allows you to see the beautiful landscape of Seoul such as N Seoul Tower.
For those who are wondering where Haneul Park is, you can find it through the Google map below.
The closest subway station to Haneul Park is World Cup Stadium Station. From there, find your way out of exit 1 and follow the directory. Visitors could choose to reach the park by either taking stairs or paying 3000 won to take park’s electric tram to and forth.
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