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The Garden of Morning Calm in Gapyeong holds a total of 5,000 different plants, 20 various themed sections, and endless scenic walkways. It is considered the oldest private park in Korea. Its owner, a professor of horticulture, maintains everything in perfect order and beauty.
The gardens often even become the stage for Korean movies. Visitors also frequent to the garden. Its flower beds thrive from early spring into late autumn. The highlight of spring season is the Spring Garden festival, summer celebrates roses and hydrangeans, and fall is abundant in chrysanthemums.
Yet if you come here in winter, you won't be bored either as this is the time for the Lighting Festival—six million lights decorate the area after sunset. So the area always offers something special to its guests, regardless of the season.