Tagu Park is next to the Chandel Palace in Seoul, from the Chandel Palace can see, Tagu Park is Mingxian in the early days is a temple, inside a temple, very quaint, elegant, full of history.
This park is not bad, the entertainment facilities are complete, the greening is also very good, convenient for nearby residents to rest.
Tagu Park and Nanshan Park are very beautiful, but Tagu Park is much smaller, the park is very clean, and there are many sports and fitness facilities, the air is very good, and there are many people in the city center. of
Walking up the stone steps, you can see the love lock wall. There are many ropes on the love lock wall, which are left by tourists. The air in the park is fresh, there are many vegetation, trees and flowers, and you can see the Seoul Tower in the distance.
Tapok Park is said to be the place where the Republic of Korea was established to issue the Declaration of Independence. It is not a big place, but there are many monumental sculptures, which show some of the content of Korea’s independence.
This park, you can come to play at noon and night
Climbing up Namsan as its name is very beautiful park to see the night view of Seoul, so beautiful and dotted. The elevator goes straight up to Nanshan Tower, makes a circle, and comes down with a concentric lock on the second floor.
Tapgol Park is a small city park. It turned out to be a memorial site of the "Republic of Korea" Declaration of Independence. It is also the site of an ancient temple. The ancient stone tower is covered with a glass house, so precious! Before coming to Korea, I was always worried that it would be half a month late, and I was afraid that the maple leaves would be dry and scattered. I didn't expect that the few autumn maples in the garden would still be half the sky red! Before I went to Nanshan, I saw such a beautiful and passionate Qiufeng! Wish reached.
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