|The cherry blossoms at Yeouido are lit up at night and glow a beautiful pink florescent color.|
|Blossoms at the Samcheongdong public library.|
The cherry blossom festival in Yeouido happens every year. There was a huge crowd and tons of carnival-like food such as cotton candy, churros, and of course Korean dried squid. The best place to see the blossoms is to go near the National Assembly Building. Here the blossoms are lit up at night, and there is a very short fireworks display on the final nights of the festival. I mean really short, the entire show lasted about 3 minutes. Bring your camera or Polaroid as the Koreans do, and take tons of pictures! Simply take line 5 (purple) and exit Yeouinaru and turn left when you come out exit 3. You will be right by the Han River and the 63 building.
|The cherry blossom trees surround the entire library grounds.|
To get to Samcheongdong travel to Anguk Station and take Exit 2. Walk straight until you see a cobble stone lined pathway on your right. You can't miss it, this is the Samcheongdong walkway, and follow it straight until the split where you will see the library on your right.
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