Kyung Hee University Trip
Take a walk on Kyung Hee campus with European architecture and cherry blossoms
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Kyung Hee University is located on Metro line 1. Although it is not very convenient to visit as Hongdae or Ewha University, it attracts many people with its own charm.
Kyung Hee University has a magnificent campus built in European style, providing beautiful scenery in all seasons. It is the most beautiful university campus i have visited in Seoul.
Kyung Hee University : Introduction
Kyung Hee University is one of the top three private schools in Korea. In addition to great alumni and academic achievements, Kyung Hee University has a beautiful campus which you must visit when you are in Seoul. Beautiful European style campus will amuse your eyes.
Kyung Hee University shows off its different charms during different seasons. In spring there are cherry blossoms and blooming flowers, in summer it is full of green forest, in autumn maple leaves and ginkgo form red and yellow sea, and in winter it is covered with snow which makes the school look like a European town.
- Address：서울 동대문구 경희대로 26
- Transportation : Metro Line 1 Hoegi Station Exit 1. 20 minutes on foot or take the Dongdaemun 01 bus. (동대문01)
Kyung Hee University Trip 2019 Spring
From the main entrance of Kyung Hee University, you will see a ring, which divides the campus into two directions. I recommend that you take the left way, because there are more beautiful buildings that way.
I was very lucky when I visited there. Cherry blossoms were full blooming and many people were there to walk along the cherry blossom trees. Some people took there seats at the square and had picnic with their friends.
I took the photos with my phone and it couldn't seize the full beauty of the blooming campus. But, even if you miss the cherry blossom season don't worry. Kyung Hee university has a very beautiful sight no matter which season.
Look at the mountains where you can find the main building which is in middle age Europe style. It makes you feel beautiful and poetic standing in the scenery.
If you visit Kyung Hee University on weekends there will be tons of people, but if you manage to find some hidden spots you will find a perfect photo zone for you. You can find cherry trees and other plants where you can take everlasting photo between these flowers.
When you walk uphills to the Kyung Hee University, there are pleasant scenery along the way. Although the climbing was a bit tired I took lots of pictures I could use for my instagram.
The cherry blossom trees are the most famous scenery in the school. Although the photos couldn't capture the actual beauty of the flowers, if you see it for yourself you wouldn't be able to take your eyes off of them.
Kyung Hee University, makes the people think that they are in the middle of Europe. No wonder so many people.
In addition, the following building is located in the right side of the ring. It looks magnificent with a luxurious temple look.
The building is divided into twp, just like the Moses split the Red Sea. The building of Kyung Hee University is so magnificent and spectacular, and the campus is so large that it takes more than an hour to see the whole place.
If you have seen the temple like building, you must go on and see the Roman arena in front of the building. The large circular sports field was built in Roman arena form. It makes you feel like you are in the movie medieval Rome.
The campus is beautiful all seasons but especially outstanding in spring, autumn and winter. The campus landscape is beautiful and I strongly recommend that you take time and walk along the campus.
Today, we introduced the beautiful scenery of Kyung Hee University. Did you enjoy it? Even if it is too late for the cherry blossom season, it has other beautiful flowers blooming in spring time. Not to mention the beautiful landscape in autumn and winter. Take pretty pictures from the European architectures. It will leave unforgettable memory.
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