Heal yourself with the fresh Pyeonggwang-dong honey apples!
To celebrate the fall, “Happy Agricultural Experience Tour 2015 for Citizens” will be held throughout Pyeonggwang-dong, Dong-gu, Daegu, with the theme of apples, Daegu’s specialty. “Happy Agricultural Experience Tour 2015 for Citizens” is an experience program linking seasonal affective agricultural specialties, historic sites, traditional markets, fairs, etc. to promote emotional development and cultivate local patrionism, is taking place in two sessions, on Saturday, October 31 and Saturday, November 7. Its major events include apple picking, traditional play yard, textile museums and Bullo-dong tomb tour.
The seventh experience session, which is taking place on Saturday, November 7, is run in the same way as sixth session, while Bullo-dong tomb tour will substitute the sixth session’s traditional play yard. Bulrodong Eastern Tombs are the place where 200 ancient mounds of Korea’s Three Kingdom era are densely distributed. It is popular as a healing space where you can meet nature and history at the same time.
Pyeonggwang Apple Village succeeds the reputation of “Daegu apples”, and a village whose residents are mainly from Woo clan of Danyang. At the entrance to the valley leading to Pyeonggwang-dong, you will see the Dodong Platycladus Forest, Korean Natural Monument No. 1. In the Village, you will also see an 85-year old “ruby” apple tree, the oldest apple tree in Korea, and the Liberation Pine Tree planted in commemoration of the liberation of Korea.
When you visit the Pyeonggwang Apple Village which succeeds the reputation of “Daegu apples”, pick and taste these tasty apples, and heal your body and mind.
● Registration and inquiries: Daegu YMCA Social Ministry (http://ymca.monkeynbiz.com, 053-255-0218)
● Fee: 10,000 won per session