Changnyeong, South KoreaBefore the KIMCHI-MAKING event, I had the chance to visit this suburb city in Gyeongnam province, where my hubby’s grandparents are residing. Quietly far from Jinju, that may take a 2-hour car drive depending on how you maneuver the vehicle.
It was Autumn and some crops were ready to be yielded for personal consumption and merchandising purposes. We came to help, but before anything else, my hubby was bragging about her mom’s elementary school teacher and the rabbit hill which was not so far from his grandparents’ house that drawn my curiosity to sojourn the place.
산토끼 노래동산/ The Rabbit Hill Song
- Gyeongnam Province, Changyeong-gun, Ibangmyeon Ibangro 623
- TEL (055-533-1400)
- FAX (055-533-1401)
- 09:00am – 06:00pm
Part of what you paid are your personal encounter with these cute bunnies and feeding experience to them.
A mini museum where you can see a fun and interesting facts about bunnies. There are short film
s viewing inside GOOD FOR KIDS.
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A very fun sliding experience!
The tourist spot is basically inspired by the 산토기/Santokki song (Mountain Rabbit) — a popular children’s rhyme in South Korea. The Mountain Rabbit park is just beside the school wherein the former teacher who made up the song used to teach.
DID YOU KNOW?
Mountain Bunny was actually written and composed by my mother-in-law’s elementary school teacher, 이일래/ Il Lae Lee. It was so famous that any Korean you might meet and ask to sing the song can literally belt it out.
A park which is best enjoyed by kids and most likely those young at hearts!