Dumulmeori
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luvholiday9
Singapore, Singapore434 contributions
Feb 2020 • Solo
I went in Nov 2019 during my solo autumn trip.. it is about 1.5h away from Seoul and connected by the gyeonggi-jungang line.
Yangsu station is nearest to Dumulmeori however I was visiting bukhangang railroad bridge before that so I alighted at Ungilsan station instead and took a slow leisurely walk over. Dumulmeori is iconic for beautiful scenery esp the place where 2 rivers meet behind the frame. Very good place to relax and take photos however it can be quite crowded. There was always a queue to take photos at the frame. I was there in autumn and the weather was perfect for walking. You can visit to Semiwon garden which is nearby too.
Written January 17, 2021
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Toh Angel
Singapore, Singapore78 contributions
Jan 2019 • Family
Was there after strawberries pickings at nearby farm. Was a small park with some cafes. We went there just for some photo taking shots.

As it was winter, the lotus flowers in ponds were withered. The water had also started to freeze.

Nevertheless,the season couldn’t hide the facts that the scenery from here should be great during other seasons.

We were here by joining customized Day tour guide. As such it saved us a lot of time & ease in traveling with group of seniors & teens with lots of diverse activities.
Written January 5, 2019
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JHL
Seoul, South Korea8,836 contributions
Feb 2020
Dumulmeori is a place two water paths meet. It's on the island of Yangsu-ri. Good for a day trip.

How to reach:
It's 20~30 min walk from Metro Gyeongui-Jungang Line 'Yangsu' Station. There's a bus if don't wish to walk to reach.

- The island is huge and you'll have to walk a lot. Otherwise, you can rent a bicycle. There are some rental shops in Yangsu-ri.
- It's quiet and peaceful. Good to visit all year long. Especially in summer, you'll see amazing lotus flowers.
- Fun to watch ducks and herons on the water.
- Lotus hotdog is really famous. Try it for 3,000 won.
- As well as Dumulmeori, there are other various attractions on the island such as Yangsuri Traditional Market, lotus garden, strawberry picking, eco park, photo zones, restaurants and so on. Semiwon Garden is close and fun to visit together.
Written February 6, 2020
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siewleng82
Johor Bahru, Malaysia40 contributions
Apr 2018 • Family
This place cannot be judge by just looking at photos. What you see personally is different from what is seen in photos. Walking in the park and looking at different angles gives you different views. Great place to enjoy the fresh air and beautiful sceneries, lake, mountains, trees. Also, great place for drawing.
Written April 27, 2018
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nv1dj
Tangerang, Indonesia22 contributions
Mar 2018 • Friends
Lotus Park, you can say it, but when I visit there it's was during March, so the lotus not yet blossom. But the scenery is awesome, my friend explains to me that was where 2 rivers meet together. We walk along the way, enjoying the view and fresh air.
Written April 2, 2018
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Scenic359699
3 contributions
Jan 2018 • Family
It's quite easy to reach the destination, walking from yangsu station exit 2, all the way straight to traffic light(saemiwon), turn right to cross the river and turn left into a small path along the river. Walk for another 30-45 minutes to reach the infamous photo frame and continue down to the point where two water meet. It's pretty amazing to see in winter, the whole river is frozen and we actually walked a bit at the side of the river. Worth visiting! The journey is rather long from Seoul but it's relaxing stroll and I would recommend this place for sure!
Written January 7, 2018
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Zee
Singapore, Singapore663 contributions
Mar 2017 • Family
Was in Yangsuri for strawberry picking activities. Coming here was not part of my list, but was glad that we decided to walk over from the nearby strawberry picking farm ( 10 mins walk ).

Crowds here are locals which filled up this place. Mountainous view was absolutely stunning and breath taking. My mind simply wanders off to a llalla land.
We chose a cafe and rest our tired soles.
With such mesmerising view in front of us, seeping on strawberry shakes / sweet potato hot latte + a kimchee pancake to go with. What more could we asked for.

Glad that we make a visit here!
It would have been beautiful when seasons are in full bloom.

* PS - People who are not able to walk much are advised to get a cab back from here to Yangu subway station. Maybe could get help from a information counter at the carpark area.
We walked for at least a good 40 mins or so which was really tedious for an elderly.
A local told us walking to Yangsu station which would takes us at most 20 mins, but we embarked on a seem like never ending walking journey back.
Written April 8, 2017
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Mesy
Bangkok, Thailand283 contributions
Nov 2016 • Solo
Dumulmeori is the place where 2 rivers meet together. It has very beautiful scenery. If you visit during autumn, you can see colorful foliage with the chilly breeze.
Written November 24, 2016
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Arie A
Jakarta, Indonesia124 contributions
Dec 2015 • Family
Feels so happy that we decided to come here. Its peacefull and beautiful here. Especially the lake and surrounding. We took a cab to go to the lake and walked after enjoying the view, back to the train station. A little bit far but we enjoyed it very much. If you don't want to walk, after the exit of the train station, you will find many bicyle and you can rent a bicycle there and enjoying the beauty of Dumulmeori..
Written March 27, 2016
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Amanda H
5 contributions
Sep 2015 • Friends
From Semiwon Park you can see the Dumulmeori area across the Hang River. It is a beautiful sight to behold. Dumulmeori means the "head of two waters", this is the place where the "Bukhang" River and "Namhang" Rivers converge to make the famous "Hang" River of Korea.From Semiwon Park you can walk to the Dumulmeori area by crossing the "Bridge of Boats" (배다리). This has been built by connecting boats underneath to support the bridge. This bridge is said to be first built during the Great King Jeongjo's (1752-1800) time.After crossing the Bridge of Boats one can reach the Dumulmeori area. This area is such a picturesque area that photographers have tried to capture its beauty all the year round. The 400-year-old Zelkova tree adds more beauty to the location where a huge swath of water flows by.
Written November 8, 2015
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