Seoul Canola Flower at Seoraesom

It is still the time for canola flowers to bloom in Seoul. Not only seeing canola in Gwangyeongdaegyo on late April, you can also visit another canola field on mid May in Soraesom. Soraesom is a small land beside Han River which is a park for leisure, have a walk, do jogging, bicyling as they also grow many kind of flowers and plants on its season. During May, they plant canola flower and have the annual canola flower festival on 2nd week of May (May 12-14, 2017 this year).

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And the most important thing, photo time.

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[HOWTOGETTHERE]

Soraesom is located in the middle of Seoul city, which is only 15-20 mins away from city centre. Located aroung 20 mins walking from Sinbanpyo Station (Line 9). Here’s the detailed direction.

As you arrive at Sinbanpyo Station (line 0), take exit 1.

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Go straight and TURN LEFT on the first intersection (only 20m from exit). You will see “PRUGIO” sign on the intersection.

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The Soraesom is just behind the PRUGIO apartment, so just follow the road towards the apartment.

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You can either take the underpass way of PRUGIO or go up passing the park. I took the underpass

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When you get out, you will see a door, go through the door and go downstairs and pass the tunnel.

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After you get out from the tunnel, the Soraesom is just in front of you, take left or right side to find a bridge going to the canola flower field.

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VISITED ON MAY 9TH, 2017

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25 years old Indonesian Seoul National University (SNU) Master Student Currently living in Seoul, Korea

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