Apricot Blossom Festival (Gwangyang Maehwa) 2019

Where: Maehwa Village, Daap-myeon, Gwangyang, Jeollanam-do, ,
When: Annually in March (2019 TBA)

The Apricot Blossom Festival (Gwangyang Maehwa) is held, once a year, since 1997 in the first half of March.

The celebrations are specified on the Apricot fruit and its products. It take place in Maehwa, a village in South Jeolla region. Maehwa means in the Korean language apricot.

The festival starts when the village plantations reach the climax of its blossom. The plantations, 83 acres size, are located near Baegunsan Mountain. Its outstanding white beauty of the blossom is emphasized on the background of the mountain.

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Please note that the details of the event are subject to change. We strongly recommended that you check with the organizers before making any travel arrangements.
 

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Country Information

Capital:
Seoul
Currency:
South Korean won (KRW)
Voltage and Frequency:
220v 60Hz
Dialing country code:
+82
Time Zone:
UTC+9
Language:
Korean, English widely taught in junior high and high school.
Location:
Eastern Asia, southern half of the Korean Peninsula bordering the East Sea and the Yellow Sea.
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Tourist website:
Information address:
Korea Tourism Organization Headquarters Cheonggyecheon-ro 40 Jung-gu, Seoul, Korea 100-180 Phone: +82 2 7299-600
Climate:
Temperate, with rainfall heavier in summer than winter.
South Korea background and overview
Korea was an independent kingdom for much of the past millennium. Following its victory in the Russo-Japanese War in 1905, Japan occupied Korea; five years later it formally annexed the entire peninsula. After World War II, a Republic of Korea (ROK) was set up in the southern half of the Korean Peninsula while a Communist-style government was installed in the north (the DPRK). During the Korean War (1950-53), US troops and UN forces fought alongside soldiers from the ROK to defend South Korea from DPRK attacks supported by China and the Soviet Union. An armistice was signed in 1953, splitting the peninsula along a demilitarized zone at about the 38th parallel. Thereafter, South Korea achieved rapid economic growth with per capita income rising to roughly 14 times the level of North Korea. In 1993, KIM Yo'ng-sam became South Korea's first civilian president following 32 years of military rule. South Korea today is a fully functioning modern democracy. In June 2000, a historic first North-South summit took place between the South's President KIM Dae-jung and the North's leader KIM Jong Il.
[Courtesy of The World Factbook]

City Information

Longitude:
126.38861°
Latitude:
34.79361°

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