Thursday, November 3, 2016

Autumn Leaf Spot In Korea - Best Of The Fall Foliage Destinations In Daegu, Ginkgo Street Of Keimyung University

 Ginkgo Street Of Keimyung University
Best of the Fall Foliage Destinations in Daegu

Comfy sweaters, warm drinks and pretty colors …. Of course we all love fall season. :)  If you have been to Daegu several times but have never visited in fall, you are missing out something really big.
No doubt, every season is a reason to visit Daegu as it is “colorful” the whole year but fall is the best time to grab your hot café beverage and hang out with your loved ones around beautiful places in Daegu.

Daegu has various fall foliage destinations to witness the unbelievable sights around here. You can head towards Mt. Palgong and enjoy a long cable car ride while seeing fall foliage at mountains or head towards Duryu Park and make unforgettable memories in this season. But lots of couples head towards Keimyung University for its beautiful campus offering breathtaking scenery in fall season.

Keimyung University is known as one of the top ten most beautiful campuses among 400 universities in Korea. It has served as filming location for lot of movies like "Ditto," "Hourglass," "Legend of Ambition," "Crazy First Love," and more than 30 dramas like “Boys over Flowers”, “White Night”, etc.

The moment you enter Keimyung University through East Gate you are welcomed with beautiful and colorful fallen leaves and you simple can’t resist taking tons of pictures.  

Throughout the campus you will find rich colors of scarlet, crimson red and yellow leaves and nature.

The indescribable beauty of the yellow leaves looks like someone has laid a golden bed sheet on roads and makes the campus looks even prettier.

So if you haven’t been to Keimyung this fall, it’s the best time to hold hand of your loved ones and head towards Keimyung. :)

1095, Dalgubeol-daero, Dalseo-gu, Daegu, Republic of Korea
(Keimyung University Station, Daegu Subway Line 2)

Written by Majid Mushtaq
International Student Supporter for Daegu Tourism

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