Photo Credit: Garden of Morning Calm
Welcoming an early spring, the 2013 Garden of Morning Calm Wild Flower Exhibition kicked off on February 28 and will continue until May 31 at the Garden of Morning Calm located in Sang-myeon, Gapyeong-gun in Gyeonggi-do Province.
Celebrating its 10th anniversary, the exhibition features 300 wild flower species from across the Korean Peninsula. Of the 300 wild flower species presented at the exhibition, 50 are protected endangered species, making this exhibition a good opportunity to see rare and close to extinct plants.
There is no additional fee to the exhibition on top of the admission fee to the Garden of Morning Calm.
Courtesy of Garden of Morning Calm