International Flower Exhibition in Korea
Each season is unique. Each season has a different beauty. I like spring and autumn because in those seasons the weather is perfect for outdoor activities, like visiting festivals or exhibitions in the open area.
I think I missed a lot of such festivals, such crowded places during the last 2-3 years and everyone knows the main reason for it.
Today I want to share with you another beautiful spring festival that used to be every year here but had to be canceled the last 2 years in a row.
It is an International Flower Exhibition in Goyang city, South Korea. The festival was very short, I think less than a week. And I was worrying that I won’t be able to visit it.
First of all, I want to stay it wasn’t as awesome as I expected. But considering the current world situation, I think the festival organizers did more than enough!
There were 2 zones: free and paid one. And to enter the paid zone visitors need to make an online reservation. It was possible to stay in a line and enter the paid zone too, but not on weekends. And probably, you already know that I went there on weekend 🙂
But I should say that the free zone was also beautiful! And the free zone took a place in the open area. So, perfect weather and beautiful flower…what can be better?!
At the entrance to the exhibition zone, you can see beautiful installations which were made of real flowers! I couldn’t take proper pictures because it was so crowded…
The exhibition takes a place in the park zone and there is a lake in that park. And while walking among that lake you can find different photo zones. I find them super creative!
Another special zone is the exhibition of flower compositions that were created by local communities. I think each composition is a masterpiece!
And of course, there is a flower market as well. I wanted to buy a couple of flowers, but… First, most flowers don’t survive at my place. Second, the exhibition was in another city and it took me 1,5 hours to get there. Also, it was super crowded, so it was hard to choose a flower.