Bureau and Corporate Funded Body
Welcome Guests of the Morning.
This was the title of an article in the Hankyoreh.
“Birds that were commonly seen in the past, but have become rare due to rapid urbanization, have flown into a park, their last refuge in the city. On the afternoon of the 16th, at Hyochang Park in Hyochang-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, yellow-billed grosbeaks, great spotted woodpeckers, and brown-eared bulbuls (images from the top) are hunting for food and bathing as the autumn flows by.”
We will do our best to tend to our parks, forests, and the ecosystem for these welcomed guests to Seoul.