Dreamy Pink Muhly Grass At Yangju Nari Park In Korea Is A Must-Visit
If the Insta-worthy factor of a travel destination is a top priority when planning your itinerary, you might want to add Yanju Nari Park in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea to your bucket list!
Located about one to two hours from Seoul by train, the scenic park is covered in gorgeous pink muhly grass that makes the most breathtaking sight and photo backdrop.
Keep reading to find out more!
Yangju Nari Park is a spacious nature paradise filled with many plant varieties including muhly grass! This gorgeous pink grass is so well known and loved in Korea that it even inspired an Etude House makeup collection.
Pink muhly grass is a tall perennial plant that has feather-like purplish pink flowers that float over the body of the plant, giving it an ethereal, cloud-like look to it. When standing in the middle of pink muhly grass, it almost looks like you're a fairy in the middle of a pink cloud!
Plan your visit there from mid September to November as the flowers grow out during fall, creating a romantic soft pink-purple photo backdrop.
The park is also home to other gorgeous flowers like globe amaranth which has beautiful little deep purple flowers.
The entrance fee is ₩2,000 (~S$2.34) for adults and ₩1,000 (~S$1.17) for children.
Yanju Nari Park
📍 산46 Mansong-dong, Yangju-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea (bus 118 & 80)
⏰ 9am - 9pm daily
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Text by: GirlStyle SG