The Busan Blue City Planting Office has created a winter-themed space using natural objects to provide attractions to visitors to Haeundae Arboretum this winter.
The winter-themed space is located in the withered vine botanical garden in the arboretum and was created by forest commentators and staff of the Blue City Planting Office for Christmas.
Visitors can experience the Santa Claus and Rudolph photo zone made of rice straw round baling silage and green tape, view gift boxes made of scrap wood, and feel the spirit of Christmas.
Also, if you walk from the winter-themed space to the herbivore zoo, you can see a Christmas hanging tree made of branches, a white-bearded Santa, and three cypress trees that have been transformed into Christmas trees.
Haeundae Arboretum, the largest arboretum in Busan, has attracted 240,000 visitors since its temporary opening in May and is emerging as a new tourist attraction in Busan.
It is being introduced in the arboretum visit section of the December issue of the National Assembly bulletin published by the National Assembly Secretariat, and its recognition is increasing nationwide.