Best Spots to See Beautiful Flowers - Spring Flowers

Jangsucheon
Jangsucheon Cherry Blossom Tunnel
Jangsucheon stretching from the lake inside Incheon Grand Park to Sorae Port, is one of the 6 courses of the Dullegil (trail) in Incheon. When spring comes, cherry trees along the trail beside the stream start to blossom. Jangsucheon offers its beautiful flowery view every season, not just in spring, so a lot of people visit here to see flowers all year round.
Incheon Grand Park
South Gate
Incheon Grand Park is a renowned beauty spot in Incheon, thanks to its 1,000 cherry trees creating a cherry blossom path in spring.The park also offers various experiences, such as a botanical garden, an exhibition, a zoo, and many more, making it an ecological experience destination as well. It is recommended that tourists begin their excursion at the south gate to observe the magnificent cherry trees. (There are many more ginkgo trees than cherry trees at the main entrance.)
  • AddressAddress
    21533 236, Munemi-ro, Namdong-gu, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-466-7282
  • Hours of operationHours of operation
    Mar-Oct 05:00-23:00 / Nov-Feb 05:00-22:00
    Holidays : Open year-round
  • WebsiteWebsite
Jayu Park
Jayu Park, the first Western-style park in Korea, is well known for its historic cherry blossom paths. You can enjoy the most beautiful cherry blossoms on two paths: from Inhwamun Gate of Chinatown to Jayu Park, and from Jayu Park to Jemulpo Club.
  • AddressAddress
    22315 25, Jayugongwonnam-ro, Jung-gu, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-760-6475
  • Hours of operationHours of operation
    Daily 00:00-24:00
    Holidays : Open year-round
  • WebsiteWebsite
Cherry Blossom Hill
SK Incheon Petrochem located in Seo-gu, Incheon opens cherry blossom hill to the public for about a week during the cherry blossom blooming season. Here, you can see more than 600 cherry trees that are almost 40-years-old. There are also photo spots and resting areas, and you can enjoy various performances, too! 

* It is recommended that visitors check the schedule for the opening of the cherry blossom hill since it is subject to change according to the timing of the annual bloom.
  • AddressAddress
    22771 415, Bongsu-daero, Seo-gu, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-570-5151
  • Hours of operationHours of operation
    Daily 10:00-17:00
Gyeongin Ara Waterway
Maehwa Garden (Plum Blossom) Flower Field
Gyeongin Ara Waterway Maehwa Garden was the birthplace of Yoo Hee-kang, a figure who greatly contributed to the development of modern calligraphy. Maehwa Garden was established to honor his contribution. Take a nice, relaxing walk while enjoying the beautiful plum blossom trees and appreciating the poems written by famous Korean scholars and poets inscribed on the various monuments.
Goryeosan Mountain in Ganghwado Island
Goryeosan Observatory 
(Azalea)
In April, Goryeosan Mountain is covered with pink azaleas, signaling that spring has come. When azaleas fully blossom, the annual Goryeosan Mountain Azalea Festival takes place. It offers a variety of experiences using azaleas as well as a food market. A popular route for visitors to enjoy the flowers is the Baengnyeonsa Temple course. It takes about 3 hours round trip from Dolmen Square to the azalea habitat.
  • AddressAddress
    23014 994-19, Ganghwa-daero, Hajeom-myeon, Ganghwa-gun, Incheon
  • PhonePhone
    +82-32-930-3624
  • Hours of operationHours of operation
    Daily 00:00-24:00
    Holidays : Open year-round
Gubongsan Mountain in Sindo Island Gubongjeong Pavilion (Azalea)
Sindo Island is located in Ongjin-gun, Incheon, and takes about 10 minutes by ship from Sammok Quay on Yeongjongdo Island. Gubongsan Mountain is a popular destination for visitors to see beautiful azaleas and cherry blossoms in spring. You can better enjoy the azaleas along the trail to Gubongjeong Pavilion rather than from the foot of the mountain.
Gyeyang Flower Field
Pavilions (Canola Flower)
Gyeyang Flower Field is designed to enable visitors to take in an overall view of the area through courses that cover all spots, including the habitats of trees, a pet park, habitats of herbaceous flowers, the Lee dynasty site and tree nursery. It is some 10 times larger than a soccer field. When spring comes, you can see beautiful yellow canola flowers along the 2km-long trail.