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  • Chinese Garden

    Chinese Garden

    The Chinese believe that the trees in their gardens bring good fortune. They believed that the natural energy of a garden would be transferred to those in the garden and rejuvenate them. Also, Chinese home gardens are designed so that they look completely different depending o...

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  • Evergreen Garden

    Evergreen Garden

    The Evergreen Garden is located at the warmest spot in the Arboretum Zone. Originally, a naturally formed forest of camphor trees, which grow in warm temperate zones, other evergreens such as the thornbush and gulgeori (Daphniphyllum macropodum) joined the camphor trees to form t...

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  • Rose Garden

    Rose Garden

    The rose is one of the most beloved, beautiful flowers, but its thorns keep people at bay. A woody perennial that grows in temperate climates, roses love sunlight. Different kinds of roses have enjoyed popularity depending on era and place, and the roses we see today are prod...

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  • American Garden

    American Garden

    The history of American gardens is not as long as that of many European countries. It was heavily influenced by European gardens in the beginning. Later, the melting pot that is American culture gave rise to a diverse garden design. Some gardens reflect the vast geographical char...

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  • Lugworm Path

    Lugworm Path

    The Lugworm Path is a three-dimensional representation of the natural, carefree lines of a lugworm trail. In the groove that resembles a trail left by a lugworm that has wiggled its way through the mud, a sunken garden is formed. The trail leads to the Riverside Open-air Stage. D...

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  • Suncheon Bay Ecological Park

    Suncheon Bay Ecological Park

    Suncheon City had a long-term plan for the completion of Ecology City, established Suncheon Bay Ecological Park in November, 2004. This is a proud space of Suncheon that has the most natural ecosystem and shelter for migratory birds during winter. The glow of the setting sun refl...

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  • Maple Tree Path

    Maple Tree Path

    The Maple Tree Path, which is next to the Tree Ground, is one of the most beautiful paths and is a signature spot for the Expo. Maple trees, which are native to the mountains and valleys in Korea, grow to be up to fifteen meters tall and they turn fiery red in the autumn. When...

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  • South Gate Square Square

    South Gate Square Square

    The South Gate Square, next to the Suncheon Bay SkyCube station, is where visitors converge on their way to the Dream Bridge or the Suncheon Bay International Wetland Center. When the square was first built, we brought in dirt and water from sixteen famous mountains and rivers...

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  • SkyCube

    SkyCube

    The Suncheon Bay PRT is an automated unmanned trolley that carries passengers between the Expo grounds and Suncheon Bay Ecological Park. It is convenient for visitors and its low-noise technology does not deserve surrounding wildlife. The trolley glides back and forth, looking li...

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  • Southern Forest Path

    Southern Forest Path

    Behind the Korean Traditional Garden is the Southern Forest Path that runs through a forest of vegetation that is native to Namdo. Pines, firs, cypresses, and cedars grow in the forest with the ocean neighboring the woods. Suncheon is the city with the highest number of mou...

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How are you?. I'm Choong-Hoon Jo, Suncheon city mayor.

Nice to meet you in another space where we can interact without the fence. Suncheon where the beautiful people live, is a blessed city, consist of the mountains, rivers, and the sea.

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