Every autumn comes, the Korean landscape becomes even more beautiful and romantic. The forests and mountains change their appearance, everywhere are covered with red, yellow of autumn leaves and flower fields bloom. But that’s not the most special thing of Korean fall, are you curious? On Instagram, you will see young Korean people checking in continuously in the fields filled with pink, and at first glance you will think that because of photoshop make them so beautiful. Yes, the pink muhly grass hills is what makes the Korean fall so special. For those who will plan to travel to Korea in the fall, be sure to visit the locations of pink muhly grass hills that I will introduce below to get super cool photos to share with your friends. Now, let’s check it out Pink muhly grass Korea with 4 best spots to see Pink muhly grass in South Korea.
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Nari Park (Yangju)
Nari Park in Yangju City, Gyeonggi Province, 40km from the north of Seoul, is famous for being a city of flowers. Every year, the city of Yangju hosts the Muhly pink grass festival and Globe Amaranth (Gomphrena globosa L.) in Nari park. This is the most favorite place for young people, the best choice for photos taken with Korean pink grass hill. Coming to Nari Park, you will be surprised by the vast, endless Muhly pink hills, along with countless other colorful blooming flowers, just raise your camera or phone, you will get right nice pictures.
Address: 458 Mansong-dong, Yangju-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Admission: 1000 – 2000 won ($0.84 – $1.67)
Time of the festival: September 1 – October 30, 2019
Getting there: Take the subway to Yangju Station, Line 1, Exit 2, turn left for 20 meters, cross the road and turn left for another 40m then reach the bus stop. Then take the green bus number 80, go through 14 stops, then get off and walk another 700m to reach Nari park.
Cheomseongdae Observatory in Gyeongju
Muhly pink grass is a specialty of the ancient capital of Gyeongju. The vast field of Korean pink grass is right next to Cheomseongdae Astrological Observatory in the Silla ruins area. Every October, tourists flock to Cheomseongdae to visit the Silla ruins and watch the brilliant Muhly pink grass field and bring romantic beauty alongside thousands years historical sites.