Gallery Camellia in Seogwipo is hosting “Eight Thousand Years of Spring, and Eight Thousand Years of Fall - A Stroll On the Hills of Dongbaek,” through June 14.
The exhibit features rare camellia flowers from all over Korea, Asia and Europe, in a specially equipped arboretum setting.
An accompanying art exhibit includes unique interpretations of the blossom by noted Korean artists. Gallery Camellia is using this event to promote spiritual healing and the “slow life” movement by offering a break f+0rom the rat race and a chance to appreciate the beauty of nature. The gallery’s other gardens have different themes, and there are lodging accommodations on request.
The exhibition is open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., Mondays to Sundays. (064) 792-0088, www.camelliahill.co.kr
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