Seven million people visit this site each year, 300,000 of which take a guided tour. There also probably at least a few lost tourists who don't take the tour and think this is worst zoo they've ever been to.
The cherry blossoms here are planted at different elevations so that once the season starts there's basically always something blooming. Cherry blossoms are my favorite tree so I'd love to see this in person!
This is Yemen's Death Valley, meaning it is considered a truly stunning, exotic and alien-like natural wonder. Interesting to note that nearly a third of the plant life here exists nowhere else in the world.
Turns out Seoul played a big "part" in film the Bourne Legacy. Just saw it last night and it was thrilling to visit Seoul (via the big screen) for the first time. Worth a look whether in person or vicariously.