Places

Garden of Morning Calm

Waaaahhh… I genuinely miss going places. After years, I’m eagerly looking forward to my next. I absolutely enjoy South Korea, as I’ve already mentioned, and this time I want to share with you all the experiences I had at Gapyeong, Gyeonggi-do’s Garden of Morning Calm.

Sang-Kyung Han, a professor of horticulture, developed the privately owned Garden of Morning Calm. A wide range of plants, trees, and flowers have been on show there ever since it first opened in 1996.

It is regarded as one of the nicest and most beautiful gardens in Korea. This tourist destination was motivated by Korea’s appellation, “The Land of the Morning Calm.” With its flower displays and sculpted gardens, the garden highlights the nation’s natural beauty and provides a lovely backdrop that is usually featured in most Korean dramas or TV programs.

I visited this amazing location in the winter, as you can see in my images, therefore you will note that there are many lovely lights around each plant and each area of this tourist attraction. Even though I could feel the winter’s chill, the sight of this lovely landscape warmed and satisfied me.

There are around 28 separate garden zones in the park, according to the Morning Calm website. From a greenhouse and an alpine house to the traditional Korean garden, pond garden, wildflower garden, and much more, each garden has a unique style that depicts various plants and flowers.

It was my first time seeing something like this, and I was particularly taken with the large mushroom. I can’t put into words how I felt the first time I saw all of this. I adored the lights and was hoping I could stay longer. It’s reasonable to assume that you can locate a calm area like this and spend a whole day here just gazing around, savoring the beauty of nature, and relaxing in this ideal location, perhaps to get away from the city.

I’ll unquestionably suggest this location to travelers and others searching for a tranquil setting to find peace of mind.☺️

My Overall Rating

Rating: 5 out of 5.

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