Busan, South Korea —
Before leaving dynamic Busan, Danny and I visited Daejeo Ecological Park (대저생태공원) for its annual canola flower festival held every mid-April since year 2012.
It took us about 25 minutes to go in and find a parking spot. But, the queue was all worth it. The park, situated along Nakdong River, was filled with yellow blossoms with a stretch of 760,000 square meters. It also holds the record as the largest flower garden in the country. [SOURCE]
In Seoul, a canola festival was also held at Seorae Island near Banpo Hangang Park (반포 서래섬) a month later than Daejeo Ecological Park this year. However, we didn’t make plans to visit there.
So, here are my photos. Enjoy!
Address: 2314-11, Daejeo 1-dong, Gangseo-gu, Busan, Korea
Direction [Subway]: Gangseo-gu Office Station (Busan Line 3) Exit 3. Walk toward Gupo Daegyo Bridge for 10 minutes.