Cherry blossom festivals all over South Korea—including the massive Jinhae Gunhangje festival in the city of Changwon—may have been canceled over the coronavirus pandemic that has swept across the globe, but that wouldn’t stop nature from flaunting its best spring garb.
To brighten up the day of locals and their followers on social media who can’t witness the cherry trees come into full bloom this year, the Korea Tourism Organization shared some photos of the beautiful sight on Facebook.
Check them out below:
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*Featured image from the Korea Tourism Organization
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