Visitors Flock to Suncheon Bay National Garden to Enjoy the Perfect Fall Weather
By Seon-yeol Oh, Reporter
The early fall weather provides the perfect opportunity for outdoor activities. One popular destination attracting visitors is Suncheon Bay National Garden, which has been transformed into a delightful floral paradise showcasing the beauty of the season.
With the clear sky and favorable weather conditions, the number of visitors to the National Garden has significantly increased. Vibrant fall flowers are in full bloom, captivating all who visit. In preparation for the Chuseok holiday, an impressive 430,000 fall flowers have recently been planted, creating a mesmerizing display. The colorful cosmos gracefully sway in the autumn breeze, while simple fall flowers create a picturesque scene reminiscent of a watercolor painting.
As visitors explore, their gaze is met with the sight of hundreds of millions of chrysanthemums, the earliest blooming flowers in the country. A visit to Suncheon Bay National Garden during this holiday season provides a rejuvenating experience filled with the essence of autumn.
The Suncheon Bay International Expo Garden Center has also attracted over 700,000 visitors during this festive season. In addition to marveling at the breathtaking autumn flowers, visitors can participate in various experimental events such as singing competitions and arm wrestling competitions, held at the Lake Garden Performance Hall in the National Garden. On the third day of the holiday, a record-breaking number of more than 215,000 people visited, adding to the cumulative number of visitors that has exceeded 7.5 million since the opening of the Suncheon Bay International Garden Expo last April.
Just a short distance away from the National Garden, the Suncheon Bay Wetland reveals waves of magnificent silver grass. The remaining holidays promise to be a full immersion in the beauty of the fall season.
This is Oh Seon-yeol reporting for YTN at Suncheon Bay National Park in Jeollanam-do.
Photographer: Moon Han-soo
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The early fall weather is perfect for outings.
Visitors also flock to Suncheon Bay National Garden, which is decorated with fall flowers.
We are contacting reporters on site. Reporter Seon-yeol Oh!
Yes, it is listed in Suncheon Bay National Park.
The sky is clear and the weather looks very good.
Lots of visitors coming, right?
Yes, the number of citizens visiting the National Garden in the cold weather is increasing.
Behind me, the fall flowers are in full bloom, showing their charm.
430,000 fall flowers have just been planted for the Chuseok holiday.
The colorful cosmos also sways in the autumn breeze.
Under the blue sky, simple fall flowers spread like a watercolor painting.
Here, you can also see hundreds of millions of chrysanthemums, the earliest blooming flowers in the country.
During this holiday season, more than 700,000 visitors visited the Suncheon Bay International Expo Garden Center and spent time recharging and feeling the autumn atmosphere.
As well as the autumn flowers, various experimental events such as singing competitions and arm wrestling competitions were also held at the Lake Garden Performance Hall in the National Garden.
In particular, on the third day of the holiday, more than 215,000 people visited, breaking the record for the largest number of visitors in one day.
Since the Suncheon Bay International Garden Expo opened last April, the cumulative number of visitors has exceeded 7.5 million, and the target of 8 million is not far away.
Even in the Suncheon Bay Wetland, just away from the National Garden, waves of silver grass are in full swing.
It looks like we’ll be able to enjoy fall in full force during the remaining holidays.
This is Oh Seon-yeol’s YTN at Suncheon Bay National Park in Jeollanam-do.
Photographer: Moon Han-soo
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