Jumat, 15 Agustus 2014

Taebaek Sunflower Festival - 태백 해바라기축제

Guwau Village (Taebaek, Gangwon-do) is host to the Taebaek Sunflower Festival, a celebration of the area's wide array of colorful wildflowers and endless fields of sunflowers (the largest sunflower patch in Korea). Held in August, the festival takes place in the middle of a 544,000m2 stretch of land and includes a 5km-stretch of vibrant sunflowers. In addition to the astounding natural beauty, there are also a number of exhibitions of works by Korean/international artists and artists belonging to HALATEC (Hal Art & Technology), Triangle Project, and more. The festival offers a variety of fun and exciting programs including a petting zoo (rabbits, goats, ducks, etc.), small concerts around a campfire, nature films and documentaries, and a Taebaek arare performance.

Sunflower Festival Committee

38-33, Guwau-gil, Taebaek-si, Gangwon-do
강원도 태백시 구와우길 38-33 (황지동)

Gallery Hall, Outdoor Stage, Highlands Botanical Garden

[By Intercity Bus]
From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Taebaek Terminal
*Bus schedule: 06:00-23:00. 30 min. intervals / Travel time: 3hrs, 10 min
From Taebaek Terminal, take a taxi to Highlands Botanical Garden (고원자생식물원).

[By Train]
From Seoul Station to Taebaek Station (Estimated travel time: 4 hr)
Go to Korail for train shedules
From Taebaek Station, take bus #13 and get off at Korea Water Resources Corporation (수자원공사) bus stop.
Highlands Botanical Garden is about a 7 min walk from the bus stop.

Sunflower Festival (Korean Only)


Source: Visit Korea, Video: Seoul Buzz; Images: korea-fans

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