Seoul Iris Garden, Changpowon Park

Vincent Van Gogh irises atmosphere in a beautiful garden just few steps from the Dobongsan Stationbee and iris - Seoul Iris Garden - Changpowon Parkpurple iris - Seoul Iris Garden - Changpowon Park

May and June is definitely the best period to visit this beautiful garden nestled between Suraksan and Dobongsan mountains. park information and bukhansan background @ Seoul Iris Garden - Changpowon Park You’ll find there 130 species of irises as well as a Medicinal Botanical Garden and a beautiful Wetland with observatory deck overlooking the lotuses and other aquatic plants.lotus - Seoul Iris Garden, Changpowon Park Even if the garden is quite small, you can spend easily one hour or two walking around, admiring the beautiful colors and surrounding mountains and of course walking on the wooden deck while watching the fishes, aquatic plants and the spectacular fountain.aquatic garden - Seoul Iris Garden, Changpowon Park Pack your picnic if you want to stay a bit longer. You will find easily a bench or you can just sit down on the grassy area near the entrance.iris close-up - Seoul Iris Garden, Changpowon Park If you still want to see the irises in bloom, hurry up 😉spring blossom - Seoul Iris Garden, Changpowon Park Operating Hours:

7:00 – 20:00

Admission free

How to get there :

Dobongsan Station (Subway Line 1, 7) Exit 2 For more information about the park go to Iris Gardenbridge over iris flowers - Seoul Iris Garden, Changpowon Park

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5 thoughts on “Seoul Iris Garden, Changpowon Park

  1. Personally I’ve never visited the Seoul Iris Gardens/Botanical Garden but having seen your pictures and read your experience I think I might try it out one day this coming week. One question; are there a lot of Bees? (I ask because my partner has a bit of a phobia.)

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