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Where to See Cherry Blossoms in Korea

It's that time of year again! Cherry blossom season is soon upon us!

Check out my previous years' posts about cherry blossoms! I try to highlight less crowded areas, so you won't find Yeouido featured here.

Seoul National Cemetary - The only place in Seoul to see weeping cherry blossom trees
Seoul National University/Nakseongdae Station - Along the main street, there are a bunch of trees.
Bongeunsa Temple near COEX Mall - See modern Korea and temples at the same time as enjoying cherry blossoms
Nambu Bus Terminal Station - This tunnel of cherry blossoms is picturesque and is kind of off the beaten path!

Featuring Busan, Seoul, Jinhae, Jeju-do, Gyeongju, and more!

Everland is always a good time!

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