“Descendants of the Sun” aside, any of you remembered the sweet, romantic final scene from “That Winter, The Wind Blows”, a 2013 SBS TV drama starring Jo In-sung and Song Hye-kyo?
I don’t think I’d ever forget that heart-fluttering scene where the two drama characters kiss while cherry blossoms swirled in the air. As beautiful as it depicted on screen, you might be wondering where this picturesque filming location is.
Let us transport you back to where that particular episode was filmed!
Introducing Jinhae, a district in Changwon City in the southern part of South Korea, where it’s widely known as a must-visit spring destination during the cherry blossom season.
This is also where the world-class ‘Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival‘ takes place annually. Boasting over 350,000 cherry trees in full bloom during spring, it is by far the largest cherry blossom festival in South Korea. Definitely the place to be at if you’d like to immerse yourself in the beauty of cherry blossoms and nature!
This ten-day festival runs from April 1st to 10th in 2016, so for those of you in South Korea right now, head to Jinhae and catch the cherry blossoms!
Find out more about the directions here.
Here in Jinhae, don’t miss the chance to cross the Romance Bridge over the 1.5 km-long stream, which was featured in the popular Korean drama “Romance (2002)”. You’ll also get to enjoy an amazing array of colorful lights at night too!
Just 2 hours away from Busan, Jinhae is the best destination for a short trip that is worth taking if you’re traveling or staying in Busan. Let the photos do the talking!
This spring, make a visit to Jinhae Cherry Blossom Festival with your significant ones to create unforgettable memories in South Korea. If you miss it this year, you’ll have to wait another year!
Meanwhile, check out our 2016 edition of the Top 5 Spring Festivals in South Korea and visit Korea’s #1 travel site Trazy.com for more traveling tips!
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