To celebrate spring, Seoul City is holding various recreational and cultural activities that can be enjoyed in nature in 22 different parks. From March to June, 13 spring events and 135 spring programs will be held, including spring flower festivals, musical trips, agriculture, ecological cooking, and health programs.
In April, beautiful flowers bloom, making it a perfect occasion for spring outing. Also, different events will be held in each park, including outdoor concerts in the forest every weekend.
|Gil-dong Ecological Park||Seasonal customs (Hwajeon, Dano)||April/June (weekends)|
|Firefly Festival||June 16 (Sat.)|
|Oil Reservoir Culture Park||Seoul Bamdokkaebi Night Market||Every week from the end of March to October (Sat., Sun.)|
|Seoul Children’s Grand Park||Spring Flower Festival||During April|
|Fairy Tale Festival||May 4 (Fri.) – May 6 (Sun.)|
|Seoul Forest||Parkday Festival||May 3 (Thur.) – May 5 (Sat.)|
|Cheonho Park||7th Cheonho Park Royal Azalea Festival||April 21 – April 22 (Sat., Sun.)|
|Mat Film Festival||From May to June (Fridays and Saturdays)|
Parks are like natural gyms where you can exercise while breathing clean air.
|Park/Place||Program||Period (days of the week)|
|Gyeongui Line Forest||Walking Properly Health Classroom||March – June (Tuesdays and Thursdays)|
|Boramae Park||Until our 100s in parks!
|April – June (Tuesdays and Thursdays)
|Boramae Park||Walking properly to improve health||April – June (Mondays and Wednesdays)
|World Cup Park||Park Forest Healing||April – June (Saturdays)|
5 special experience rooms will be available at the ‘Noeul Recreation Center’, bringing visitors new experiences every month.
|Park/Place||Program||Type||Period (days of the week)|
|World Cup Park
(Noeul Recreation Center)
|<Tasty Ecological Food>
March: Rice cake, April: Cupcake
|Cooking||Tuesday – Friday,
Saturday and Sunday
|<Fun Environmental Workshop>
March: Natural candles, April: Detergent
May: Soap, June: Flower pots
|Crafting||Tuesday – Friday,
Saturday and Sunday
|<Floriculture Workshop for Adults>
March: Cherry ornaments, April: Business card holders
May: Paper roses, June: Fleshy plant frames