I wish that this park has more maple and gingko trees. The sight would
be more breathtaking.
Hanim, Mi Hyeon onni and Min Young as the tourist guide. They are the best!
Fiza with the mother statue.
Wolhwawon is a Chinese traditional garden located at Hyoseong Park at Suwon.
Wolhwawon was built by a friendship alliance between two cities, Gyeonggi-do in Korea and Gwangdungseong in China, which agreed that these two cities would build their traditional gardens in each others cities.
How to go:
From Myeongdong to Suwon: By Subway
1 hour 8 minutes, 25 stops, 41.4km
1,600 won with T-money, 1,700 won with cash
Transit at Gemjeong subway station
From Suwon to Wolhwawon : By Bus
From Suwon station: 2-1,82,83,92,92-1
From Yeongtong 2-1
From Northgate :98
Get off at Newcore outlet(Dongsuwon)
Suwon(Singal) IC- take a left toward Suwon and go straight for 4 km- take right at the intersection in front of the court- go straight for 300m until East Suwon IC- go straight toward Suji-Take high-level road and go straight for 1.5 km- take a right at the intersection of Newcore oulet
Opening hours: 9:00~18:00 throughout the year
Check out GyeongGi-Do for more information.
Pictures courtesy of Iris, Fiza, Hanim and Nyna.
Labels: Gyeonggido, Places To Visit