Today we're introducing a place where the picturesque sceneries will get you smiling no matter what. It's Ansung's Farm Land, also known as Ansung Farm situated in Ansung of Kyunggi province.
In 1969, Korea's first cow-milking farm the 'HandokNaknong Farm' was the beginning of Ansung Farm. In 2012 this place transformed into 'Ansung Farm Land' by the help of a tourism project of creating a cattle-friendly amusement park. Ever since the farm holds various events throughout all seasons year-round and is mostly famous for its eye-opening rye fields.
Ansung's Farm Land is enough with its beautiful view, but there's also more programs and facilities available to enjoy. You can get on a tractor ride to look around the farms, or do some horseback riding or farming activities. Not only does it have cafes, restaurants, and ER care, there's even a number of animals around the place such as sheep, horses, peacocks and more so what a wonderland for kids and families!
Since the place is too big to walk around, hop on a tractor to take a full view around the rye fields. The beautiful pastures and never-ending sceneries of the skies and grass will be a great treat to the eyes.
Ansung Farm Land's most beloved tour spot is this, 'The Giving Miru Tree'. The tree stands firm and still where it is deeply rooted but watching the skies changing above the branches and leaves keeps you in awe of wonder; an irresistible part of nature you can't help but fall in love with.
The sheep are enjoying the day at the green pastures. Saying hellos to these wonderful creatures around the park is another fun to enjoy as you tour around the Farm Land.
The beautiful background of nature has been credited to many movies and drama sets as well. The 'Class of Gentlemen', 'BbaDam, Bba Dam' and movie 'The Suspect' were all shot here, and sets of 'BbaDam BbaDam' is still curated here.
If you've been thinking nothing can beat sunsets at the beach, think twice; sunsets at pastures are incredible too. Enjoy the beautiful sunsets and blue skies at here, the Ansung Farm Land with more to enjoy than rye fields.
Translated by_ Gen_E