Meet me in the yellow fields

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Annyeong! South Korea is one of the many countries that I’m dreaming to step my feet on. The reason of wanting to visit this country is mainly because of the influence of kdrama in my system. (Not to mention the many oppas that I’ve been wanting to meet in person😂)

I’ve been a big fan of korean movies and kseries for the past years (you’ll not be surprised if you’ll try to open my laptop and cp and see loads of kdramas). And this dream came true when my friends booked a ticket to SoKor last year.

My friend booked our ticket via www.cebupacificair.com and our travel period in SoKor was set April 9-18, 2018 just in time to witness cherry blossom festivals in so many places in SoKor. Before we got too excited about the trip, we first processed our South Korea Tourist Visa in the Korean Embassy in Manila (our friend was actually the one who processed our Visa as a group). Unluckily, 4/6 was denied of Korean Visa😭 and one of them was the one who processed it (ang shaket dba?). I’ll tell you the details about the visa processing on my next blog and the reason why they were denied.

Though only the two of us were approved by the Korean Embassy to visit South Korea, we decided to push through this trip (wala ng atrasan). My companion who’s also my very best friend and buwis buhay travel buddy for years added a plan in going to Busan. At first, I really didn’t know why she wanted for us to go there (bakit nga ba?🧐) frankly speaking I didn’t have any idea what Busan is famous of (there’s one pala, the movie Train to Busan which I enjoyed watching…whoa 🧟‍♂️🧟‍♀️are coming lol).

Okay, fast forward when we were already in Busan. On our first day we stroll around Haeundae and Gwanggali beach (I’ll post another blog about the trip in these famous beaches soon). The most exciting part was when we were travelling the next day via train going to Nakdong river where the CANOLA FIELDS are located. Yes! the canola fields, you read it right. There’s a vast of yellow fields in Busan too not just in Jeju island.

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Yuchae, commonly known as canola, is a flower that blooms during Spring time. Nakdong River in Daegu where this Canola fields are located is also famous for its cherry blossom festival during spring.

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Talking with each other much was not included in our train ride that day maybe because of lack of sleep and we we were dog-tired, but that mood was changed when the train was approaching Nakdong river. We could see the vast fields of canola flowers under that bridge and we were in great awe seeing hectares of beautiful yellow flowers. Our hearts was beating so fast becuase of the excitement that we can’t contain. We were actually running in going out the train together with the other turistas and locals who were also excited to go to the fields.

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On our way to the vast fields of canola flowers, we saw many tourist including pupils who were on their field trips. The weather was perfect. It was sunny and the chilly wind touched our skin. And when we arrived at the fields, I was speechless to be surrounded by the vast field of yellow flowers. We giggled and danced around while taking pictures all over the place. It felt so magical and I can’t contain the happiness that I’m feeling that moment. That was the very first time to see the vast fields of canola flowers and I didn’t regret adding this to my bucket list.

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Busan you are a stunner! I will surely not forget the feeling of pure happiness you gave to me.

How to get here

The easiest way to reach this yellow fields is if you have a car. Just use google map, use naver app or turn on your car’s GPS.

By subway and bus

Take Line 3, get off at Manpyeong station, and take Exit 1. From the bus stop take either Bukgu 3 (북구-3) or Chilgok 2 (칠곡-2) and get off at Nogok-dong Station (노곡동 역) bus stop.

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Author: Shiela Barrera

A full time special education teacher, who loves dogs, kids, beaches and mountains.  She's an adventure seeker, adrenaline junkie and who finds happiness in getting lost and whenever a 'lil cash brings her to a new great adventure.

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