Nature lovers, if you ever feel like taking your wanderlust to South Korea in the future, make sure not to skip out on a visit to Gangwon Province, a.k.a. the country's largest sunflower patch. It'll only take you less than two hours if you're driving from Seoul, too. Specifically located in Guwau Village in the city of Taebaek, this Instagram-worthy tourist spot is home to a vast field of over 300 species of wildflowers.
This breathtaking expanse of canary can be best viewed by tourists in August when the sunflowers are in full bloom. They can also subsequently enjoy the annual Taebaek Sunflower Festival usually held between July 24 to August 16. Not only that, but the event is accompanied by various activities including flower planting and making fermented sunflower broth as well!
Address: 38-33, Guwau-gil, Taebaek-si, Gangwon-do
For more photos, check out the double tap-worthy pics we spotted on Instagram below: