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This is basically a tourist trap. Someone planted a bunch of bamboo to make a mini-forest and make a pseudo-attraction. This is not a historical site and has no real significance. That said, it is still a pleasant walk and where else can you get...More
Had never seen a bamboo forest so it was nice. We walk through the whole park maybe in about 1 hour or a bit more. There's a cafe quite near the entrance where we had really nice ice cream. At the other end of the...More
The effort to make this place a tourist attraction is marvellous using bamboo plantation.
I did not make it to the other gate as it was quite a distance with the uneven steps.
Basically, it is quite the same view walking through the park with...More
Best to visit it in the morning, when the groups of tourists have not arrived. A nice quiet place to stroll, and furniture made of bamboo. Super popular with local and foreign tourists. Also the restaurants outside the Junokwon are almost fully booked by the...More
Go in the morning when it is not busy--my group arrived at the opening time, and were told it is typically so full we would not have been able to easily stroll through the park. The bamboo is lovely--I recommend trying the bamboo teas in...More
I had an image that it would be grander, more beautiful. Maybe because it was midday and by the time we walked from the carpark to the front gate, my back was drenched and I'd started to get a heat headache.
I tried to enjoy...More
We went recently to Gwangju south in Korea and spend also few hours in this lovely bamboo forest. It is easy to find if you can prepare your navigation system. Parking is challenge if you are coming late. The early bird catches the best places....More
This a great place to take a stroll through the bamboo forest. The paths are well kept and there is a beautiful park in back. Prepare a picnic if you want to spend some more time relaxing within the park. The bamboo keeps things cooler...More
Busan is quite far from there, maybe 4 hours by bus. You should go to Gwangju first. It would be good to stay in Gwangju for a night or two maybe. its a nice city. id recomend going from busan to damyang and then taking... More
Busan is quite far from there, maybe 4 hours by bus. You should go to Gwangju first. It would be good to stay in Gwangju for a night or two maybe. its a nice city. id recomend going from busan to damyang and then taking the train or bus to Seoul from Gwangju.