Explore the beautiful garden in South Korea

Anyeong! How is everyone doing? If someone having a bad day, this post will be good for you because today's post is full of beautiful trees and flowers. A lot of flowers that Noona saw for the first time too. These are the plants that Noona saw when she embarked on a journey to explore the beautiful garden in South Korea, the Garden of Morning Calm. The Garden of Morning Calm has 5,000 species of plants so we will see many flowers or plants that we may not know before.

For a start, does anyone know the name of this white flowers? Their petals are mini but many and they look pretty grouped together. 

Beautiful garden in South Korea, The Garden of Morning Calm

Since the garden is pretty much huge, Noona and her friend decided to just follow the map. Our first destination is the Bonsai Garden. To reach the Bonsai Garden, we needed to cross a river. Right, we think this must be the river. 

The river is pretty much rocky because we visited the garden in summer. Not much water spotted. But it is a good thing that it was not raining that day. Rain will make walking so much harder. And slippery too.

Oh yeay, we have reached the Bonsai Garden. Bonsai is actually a Japanese art form using miniature trees grown in containers. However, the bonsai tree that we saw at the Garden of Morning Calm is huge. We wondered how old the bonsai tree is. 

Bonsai Garden at The Garden of Morning Calm South Korea

When we continued our walk, we saw the most beautiful blue flowers in the garden. My goodness, what kind of flowers are these. They are too beautiful even though they just popped by along the road randomly. 

"If I had a flower for every time I though of you, I could walk in my garden forever."

- Alfred Lord Tennyson

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