Tagu Park is a small city park. It is a memorial to the Declaration of Independence of the Republic of Korea. It is also a site of an ancient temple. The ancient stone pagoda is covered with glass house. It is very precious. Before I came to Korea, I was worried about coming half a month late. I was afraid that the maple leaves had dried up and dried up. I could not imagine that several autumn maple trees in the park were still red and half the sky. Before I went to Nanshan Mountain, I saw such beautiful scenery. Autumn Maple, like a fire of passion, wishes come true.
Most of the local elderly live in the area of Tagu Park, where the monuments are ancient, unlike some reproductions. It's interesting. The stone pagoda is the same as the pagoda in some old photographs in the museum. In the past, it was the tallest building in the area, and the park was at the end of Rensi Dong Street.
The scenery is good. Seoul, Korea, is one of the more iconic scenic spots. Climb up Nanshan and see Seoul's night scenery. It's beautiful and stars dot by dot. The elevator goes straight up to Nanshan Tower, circles around, and comes down with concentric lock on the second floor.
Tagu Park has most of the local elderly staying in the area. The monuments here are from ancient times, unlike some replicas. The stone tower is the same as some old photographs in the museum. It used to be the tallest building in the area and has now been replaced by skyscrapers.
Every city has its own landmark tower. Seoul's direct name is Seoul Tower. You can see all kinds of lights in Seoul. Looking at the Tagu Park, the night scenery is beautiful and the scenery outside the bottom of the tower is beautiful. Like autumn and winter in the north, the road is covered with fallen leaves, mottled shadows under lights, love holy places in Korean dramas, there are many couples in the scene.
Tagu Park is next to the Changde Palace in Seoul. You can see it from the Changde Palace. Tagu Park is a Korean-era park. In its early days, it was a Yuanjue Temple. There is a temple inside. It is very simple, elegant and full of historical feeling. Moreover, Tagu Park is free to open to the outside world. The inside scenery of the Park is beautiful and beautiful.
The feeling of coming out of Changde Palace is endless, so Tagu Park is our next stop. It's also a scenic spot that my girlfriend wants to see, because this tower in the glass cover is the second national treasure of Korea. It's the earliest modern park in Seoul, so many of the landscape settings have a very simple taste. It feels like it's back to the kind of park that I used to visit when I was a child.