HAENAM, Feb. 18 (Korea Bizwire) — The Bohae Plum Farm in Haenam County, South Jeolla Province, the largest of its kind in South Korea, will hold the 7th Ttangkkeut Maehwa (apricot flowers) Festival on March 16 and 17.
The festival is making a comeback after a three-year hiatus due to avian flu, with a variety of unique programs that will provide visitors with the chance to fully enjoy the apricot flowers as well as the fresh nature of Haenam.
The Bohae Plum Farm turns into a tunnel of flowers when 15,000 apricot blossoms bloom in early spring.
“We have prepared various programs for visitors as they enjoy the beautiful landscape filled with apricot flowers,” said a Haenam County official.
“We are confident that the occasion will provide visitors with the chance to create special memories here at the beautiful town of Haenam.”
Following the festival, the farm plans to open up its facilities to the public on March 8 when apricot flowers bloom to their fullest.
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