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Sunday In The Park 29.Mar.15

sunny 67 °F

Jungoe Park may be the largest city park in Gwangju. We are very lucky that it’s just a short bicycle ride from our apartment, less than five minutes. It contains a large walking loop, hiking trails, two sizable ponds, tennis courts, badminton, basketball, and an amusement park. Plus, it is also the location of The Gwangju Folk Museum and the Biennale Museum, which hosts the international contemporary art exhibition that takes place once every two years. Families flock to the park on beautiful days to play, picnic, hike, and fly kites. Alexis and I spent our first visit exploring every little bit of it.

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A view from the twisty and tumbly ride.

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That ain't comin' out!

Posted by Jason Willis 18:33 Archived in South Korea

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