The Garden Of The Morning
Calm - South Korea
One of the
prettiest gardens cultivated in Korea, and the oldest
private garden in existence in the country, The Garden
of The Morning Calm can be found off the beaten path
and is based on a poem by Indian writer Sir Tagore who
wrote that Korea in the Joseon era was "the land of
the morning calm". The park was conceptualized by a
Professor Han Sang Kyung from Sahmyook University
while he was serving as an exchange teacher in
vision was to create a garden that would become
world-famous and spread the concept of Korean beauty
throughout the world. There are 5000 kinds of plants including 300 varieties native
to Baekdusan Mountain, known as a spiritual mountain
to the Korean people. Flowers are in full bloom from
March to November, so if you plan a trip there keep
that in mind.
Blanketed In Snow
Imagine if the entire world was this beautiful,
how kinder we would all be to each other ...
like we would have been if sin hadn't
entered the Garden Of Eden ...