Spring in Korea

Gallery: Cherry Blossom Road in Hapjeong – Seoul

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    Among my favorite dining streets in the northeastern quadrant of Seoul, Yanghwa-ro 6-gil (양화로 6길) had been on my must-visit list for another specific seasonal spectacle for quite some time. Last spring, I finally had the opportunity to tick it off my list. This enchanting road is conveniently located just outside Hapjeong Station (합정역) Exit 5, stretching towards the renowned Seongsu-dong Cafe Street (성수동카페거리). Lined with trendy cafes and elegant eateries, what truly captivated me was the presence of Yoshino cherry trees on both sides, which promised a breathtaking view of their blossoms in full bloom.

    During the second week of April in 2022, I managed to squeeze a visit to Yanghwa-ro 6-gil into my busy schedule for some delightful cherry blossom hopping. The photos I captured during my visit reflect the mesmerizing beauty of the scene. Surprisingly, despite being a popular spot, we found ourselves walking the road in peace and solitude, late in the morning on a Saturday. I couldn’t believe our luck!

    If you’re planning a spring trip to Korea, I highly recommend making time to visit Yanghwa-ro 6-gil in Hapjeong. The storefronts here take on an even more magical allure when adorned by delicate clouds of cherry blossoms. Don’t miss the chance to experience this enchanting sight and create cherished memories amidst this picturesque setting.

    • Camera: Fujifilm X-A5 + 35mm f1.4 & iPhone 13 Pro Max
    • Edit With: Lightroom Mobile Preset
    • Location: Yanghwa-ro 6-gil [Naver Map]
    • Shooting date: 2022.04.09

    Gallery: Spring in Hapjeong

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