|Gyeonghwa Station (Cherry Blossom Road) (경화역 벚꽃길)|
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|Gyeonghwa Station is a small railway station in Gyeonghwa-dong, Jinhae-gu, Changwon-si, Gyeongsangnam-do. The station is neighbored by Seongjusa Station to the north and Jinhae Station to the south. Railway services in and out of Gyeonghwa Station have been discontinued as of 2006, but the station has been reborn as a popular tourist attraction known for its picturesque cherry blossoms.
In April, rows of cherry trees bloom along the 800 meter-long railway extending from the station all the way to Sehwa Girls’ High School. Along with Anmingogae Road and Yeojwacheon Bridge, Gyeonghwa Station is one of the top three spots in Jinhae for taking photos of the cherry blossoms. The area is often featured in Korean movies and dramas such as the film “Boy Goes to Heaven” (2005) and the drama “Spring Waltz” (2006).
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From Jinhae Station, take Bus 307, 315 to Gyeonghwa Station.
From Masan Station or Masan Intercity Bus Terminal, take Bus 162 or 760.
Get off at Jinhae Citizen's Hall (진해 시민회관, Jinhae Simin Hoegwan).
Transfer to Bus 164 to Gyeonghwa Station.