‘Haneul Madang’ Rooftop Garden at Busan City Hall Open to the Public

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The rooftop garden is open to any members of the public from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. during weekdays.

BUSAN, South Korea -- Busan City plans to run a discovery program for the Haneul Madang rooftop garden at Busan City Hall, from March through November. 

The 3,659 square meter rooftop garden, built on the fourth floor roof of the City Hall building, consists of 6,872 trees of 36 different species and 13,314 flowers and herbs of 48 different species.

The program will run every day, Monday through Friday, from 9:30 a.m. until 12 noon. A guide will be there to explain about the various trees, flowers and ecology, as well as about rooftop gardening. The time schedule for the discovery program may be changed for groups.

The program is open to all schools, groups and individuals. To register for the program, please visit the Busan Green Trust website at www.bgt.kr (Currently only in Korean) or call 051)208-3002. Also, you can call the Green Zone Policy Division at 051)888-4214. 

Source: Busan City News

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