Kyeong-Wha Station, Jinhae (진해 경화역)
This small whistle-stop bustles with tourists and amateur photographers every spring.
Cherry blossoms rain down on the train track and countless shutters click madly away as the train approaches the station under the cherry blossom tunnel.
The cherry blossom road at Yeojwa stream, (number 17 on this list) is also nearby for those who want more photo-ops.
Hyeopjae Beach, Jeju Island (제주도 협재 해수욕장)
This white sandy beach is perfect for families with its shallow water (average depth of 1.2 meters), nearby amenities, and camping in the pine forest surrounding the beach.
Hyeopjae is also particularly known for its delicious abalones and conches, served fresh in the seafood restaurants dotting the beach.
Bomun Pavilion, Gyeongju (경주 보문정)
Gyeongju, an ancient capital of the Shilla Dynasty, boasts the nickname “a museum with no walls.”
Bomun Pavilion, a small wooden gazebo standing over a quiet duck pond, is a great spot to experience Korea’s spring; the cherry blossoms fluttering over the pond provide an exquisite sight.
In fact, it’s the perfect place to view all of Korea’s markedly different seasons: summer’s lush green leaves, fall’s scarlet and mustard foliage, and winter’s blankets of snow.
Gwang-An Bridge (부산 광안대교)
Also known as the Diamond Bridge, this two-story bridge connects Suyeong-gu and Haeundae-gu and offers an astonishing view of mountains, sandy beaches, hills and city lights.
Kwang-An Bridge is not for pedestrians, but anyone can enjoy the spectacular night view of the bridge from afar; its state-of-the-art lighting system allows an exterior lighting of over 100,000 colors.
Daedun Mountain Suspension Bridge (대둔산 구름다리)
Daedun Mountain is famous for its bright autumn colors and its 81-meter-high Geumgang Suspension Bridge.
The red bridge that connects Imgeum Rock and Ipseokdae makes mountain climbing seem easy.