Hyangchon Cultural Center and Daegu Literature Museum are great to visit together because they're in the same building. The former, where you can experience Daegu in the 1900s, is great to visit with children. The latter is an exhibition hall dedicated to writers who were active in Daegu. It's a great place for discovering new things about Daegu's literary scene. What's also great is getting out of the sun in the summer and relaxing in a lush forest. Daegu Arboretum, built upon the land which was once a landfill, is a popular place of relaxation for locals year-round.

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    Hyangchon Cultural Center

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    The Hyangchon Cultural Center is a humorous yet realistic reproduction of Daegu in the 1900s, making it a great place to travel back in time for a day and reminisce. There are plenty of fun activities on hand, like trying on some period-correct school uniforms. The Daegu Literature Museum is a place to remember and commemorate writers who were once active in Daegu. It may seem more difficult to visit than the Hyangchon Cultural Center, but the nice part is that there's no admission fee.

    Konum: 449 Jungang-daero, Jung-gu, Daegu, South Korea

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    Dalseong Park

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    Dalseong Park may sound like any other ordinary local park, but it's a famous spot that nearly every Daegu local has visited at least once. The sheer size of the park will amaze you right from the entrance and there's even a zoo on park grounds. Dalseong Park is well-landscaped, making it an ideal destination for long, slow walks. Seemingly endless stretches of lawns may make long walks sound a bit intimidating, but there are lots of benches and other areas where you can sit, relax and take a break. In spring, spectacular cherry blossoms and other spring flowers in bloom are a must-see.

    Konum: 35 Dalseonggongwon-ro, Jung-gu, Daegu, South Korea

    Açık olduğu saatler: Weekdays from 5 am to 9 pm

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    Inheung Village

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    Inheung Village, also known as the residence Village of the Nampyeong Mun clan, descendants of the Goryeo-era politician Mun Ikjeom, is well-known for serving as the filming location of the K-drama Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo. It's a charming village where seasonal flowers bloom every spring, summer and autumn. The pond Inheungwon at the entrance to the village is modelled after Wolji in Gyeongju, with a unique pine tree that is hundreds of years old. The village isn't a major tourist destination despite its importance and fame, so you can expect to enjoy the atmosphere of a beautiful hanok village without the hustle and bustle.

    Konum: 16 Inheung 3-gil, Hwawon-eup, Dalseong-gun, Daegu, South Korea

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    Daegu Arboretum

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    The total transformation is hard to believe, but the Daegu Arboretum, which sports a new look with the changing flowers and trees every season, used to be a landfill site at one point. Seeing all 21 themed sections, from the entrance to the artificial waterfall, takes more than an hour so wearing comfortable shoes is highly recommended. Admission and parking are free. Public transportation is a great alternative to driving because you can easily walk from Daegok Station of the Daegu Metro.

    Konum: 342 Hwaam-ro, Dalseo-gu, Daegu, South Korea

    Açık olduğu saatler: Daily from 9 am to 6 pm

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