Last week, my school took our kindergartners to Seoul Children's Grand Park. The weather couldn't have been better and I'm pretty sure the teachers were just as excited as the kids to get away from school and spend some time in the sun. Children's Grand Park is a rare patch of urban green space that sits just north of the river and boasts attractions for people of all ages, despite it's name. There is an amusement park, botanical garden, entertainment venues, sports facilities, and a gorgeous water fountain that plays music. It's also known for it's zoo, which was the main destination of our trip. The zoo wasn't much to write home about, but the kids enjoyed looking at the animals that were there. Considering that the weather was the warmest we've had in a long time, I think the animals were a bit confused; they were all sprawled out sleeping like you'd find them on a hot summer day.
- Self-Guided Walks