Best of Seoul’s Parks and Gardens in Autumn

Best of Seoul’s Parks and Gardens in Autumn, Seoul, South Korea (B)

The past two months have been busy with back-to-back travel and visits from friends and family. Fortunately, we didn’t miss fall and tried to make the best of what Seoul had to offer. It’s already winter now and the weather has been iffy with cold spells and showers of snow. As we brace ourselves for another cold winter, it’s nice to look back at the brief interlude that nature offered us, before she hits us with sub-zero temperatures and cold winds from beyond.

Most locals, tourists, and expats visit national parks to enjoy fall colours. It’s our third fall in Korea and I wanted to visit some of the famous mountains in the southern provinces. But, travelling there isn’t easy during fall (or high tourist seasons) and we didn’t have the time. The news anchor comforted those who couldn’t travel outside Seoul by telling them to take in the views of the changing leaves along the streets. And that’s true because Seoul has hidden gems and many spots of green tucked in quiet corners of the city. For a bustling city, there are many parks and gardens to absorb the soothing effects of nature. Fall (as well as cherry blossoms) is one of the best times to appreciate the true beauty of Korean landscapes. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Best of Seoul’s Parks and Gardens in Autumn
Guide Location: South Korea » Seoul
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Cheryl Dsouza
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Nakseongdae Park
  • Changdeokgung Palace
  • Secret Garden
  • Juhamnu Pavilion
  • Aeryeonji Pond
  • Jondeokjeong Pavilion
  • Eco Forest
  • Hyochang Park
  • Martyrs’ Tombs

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