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[Eye Plus] Let’s enjoy yellow forsythia blossoms from afar
[Eye Plus] Let’s enjoy yellow forsythia blossoms from afar
CultureApr 4, 2020
For many South Koreans, it feels like spring hasn’t arrived yet. Thanks to the novel coronavirus, school closures and social distancing mean many of us spend most of our time indoors. But many parts of the country are already in color, with seasonal flowers coming into bloom about a month earlier than usual. In Seoul, yellow forsythia bushes are usually one of the first signs of spring.   One of the popular places for spring festivals in the city is Eungbongsan in Seongdeong-