Singi-gil, Jung-gu, Ulsan, Republic of Korea
Taehwa River National Garden
Ulsan Taehwa River National Garden is the second national garden in Korea following Suncheon Bay National Garden (No. 1). It consists of 29 large and small gardens based on the beautiful natural landscapes around the Taehwa River, created with the strength and effort of the citizens, along with six themes: “Ecology, bamboo, Rose of Sharon, participation, season and water.” It also plays an important role as an ecological river as a habitat for egrets and rooks, which are the pride unique to the Taehwa River.