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3 Reasons To Go To The Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival

Posted on Fri, Apr 24, 2015 @ 03:52 PM

When you begin teaching in Korea you wull quickly realize Koreans and the Korean Tourism Organization are crazy about festivals. Every season, there are about 30-50 festivals to celebrate all kinds of different events.  Prior to coming to Korea I was familiar with the Cherry Blossom Festivals held in Japan and in Washington D.C. and I had been to the Cherry Blossom Festival in Seoul in years past.  Having enjoyed my experience at the Seoul festival I thought it was perfect timing to go to the largest Cherry Blossom Festival in Korea located in the naval city of Jinhae.

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Tags: festivals, cherry blossoms, meeting people in Korea, Festivals in Korea, Meetup, Jinhae

Korea Must-See: Cherry Blossoms in Springtime

Posted on Tue, Apr 08, 2014 @ 10:18 AM

Springtime in Korea is without a doubt my favorite season. It's often far too short for my taste, but while it's here, it's wonderful. Green bits of grass are finally popping up, new leaves are sprouting on the trees, and the cherry blossoms are blooming in full force. To me, the cherry blossoms officially herald the beginning of sunny, warm days, and making time to see them is always on the top of my spring to-do list.

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Tags: things to do before leaving korea, events in Korea, Spring, cherry blossoms, parks in Korea, Weekend activities in Korea

Cherry Blossoms in South Korea

Posted on Wed, Apr 24, 2013 @ 04:10 PM

When I first got to Korea in May 2012, I was told that there were many things to see and do.  Having done many new things in Korea and thoroughly enjoying myself, I was really looking forward to was the Cherry Blossom Festival in Gyeongju, South Korea.  I was told that the Cherry Blossoms would be the thing to see come spring time.  I was so looking forward to this.  Initially, I thought of going with the popular organizers “Adventure Korea” but when I realized that Pohang International Church (PIC) would also be going for the day, I decided that I could wait a week and go with PIC.  I also decided to sign up for a marathon that would take place that weekend as well; a 5K (approximately 3.2 miles).  I was excited!

A friend went with Adventure Korea the weekend before I was set to got with PIC and it looked gorgeous.   Although it rained on that Saturday, the pictures she took on Sunday were incredible.  I was hoping for the same experience; bike riding along the lake with the beautiful scenery of dozens of cherry blossoms in the back drop.  That however, did not happen.

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Tags: teaching in Korea, Trips in Korea, Exercising in Korea, running in Korea, Spring, cherry blossoms

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