2021-01-01 Nami Island ferry operation time will be adjusted to [7:30~21:00]. (Adjustment period: January 1, 2021 to April 22, 2021)

Metasequoia Lane

Also known as living fossils, metasequoia trees were transplanted to Nami Island from the nursery of the College of Agriculture, Seoul National University in 1977. As they grow tall very quickly, these trees soon lined a luxuriant path and then became a global symbol of Nami Island after being filmed for the television series Winter Sonata. With its elegant, exotic and magnificent appearance, Metasequoia Lane has turned out to be one of the most popular sites on Nami Island.

    Gingko Tree Land

    If you stroll down Joongangwangjang (Central Plaza) heading south you will discover Songpa Gingko Tree Lane. Approximately 80 meters long, in autumn the lane is covered with beautiful yellow gingko leaves and is one of the most photographed areas on the island. Located nearby, on the southeastern shore of the island, is Riverside Lovers’ Gingko Tree Lane as well as Changgyeongwon Garden, which are especially popular with couples.

      Cherry Tree Lane

      Cherry Tree Lane runs in front of Water Stage Swimming Pool and is particularly beautiful in spring, when there are cherry blossoms in bloom.

        Korea Pine Tree Lane

        There are several Korean pine tree lanes on Nami Island. Central Korean Pine Tree Lane runs from the north of the island beginning at Nami Wharf to Joongangwangjang (Central Plaza) while Bungalow White Korean Pine Tree Lane runs right in front of Bungalow Row on the southeastern side. Lakeshore Korean Pine Tree Lane starts from the main building of Hotel Jeonggwanru and wanders south.

          White Birch Lane
          Tulip Tree Lane

          Cheongyeongwon Garden. The cortexes of white birches are bright enough to serenely light the lane even when it is dark. Tulip Tree Lane, about 300 meters long, lies along the southeastern shore. The trees are planted from the seeds brought to the island by its founder, Chairman Minn Byeong-do, and they have flowers that resemble tulips in appearance, and thus they are called, tulip trees.

            Reed Woods Lane
            Korean Pine Tree Lane

            Reed Woods Lane meanders along the southeastern shore starting from the end of Cornel Tree Lane in the south. In autumn, the beautiful reeds create a picture-perfect photo spot so many visitors stop here to snap away.

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