Photographer's Note

It is named Wi-yang Pond (Wi-yang-ji 위양지 or Wi-yang-mot 위양못) in Milyang(밀양), South Korea which was built again in 1634 after Japanese invasion of Korea. When you’re sometimes tired of daily urban life, this place will be good enough for you to feel relaxed. You just walk along the pond, enjoying the different angles with your camera. It’s quiet enough to focus on what you want to take.

It is said the best moment of photography is from the early to the middle of May when the tree called I-pob Tree(이팝나무) has lots of white blossoms on the right of the building. I unfortunately visited here on May 19, so I missed the best time.

After walking along half the pond, you’ll see a sign of “photo zone” but I preferred this angle. I haven’t found the same angle on the Web yet, luckily. When you arrive at the starting spot, you should start to walk counterclockwise from there.

This is a great place for this kind scene, nice big trees, some yellow irises, white wild roses. After passing the photo zone and walking a little bit more, there are some green barley fields as well.

At Milyang Bus Terminal (밀양 시외 버스 터미널), you can take the local bus for Bubuk (부북행). The bus doesn’t run that often. 7:30, 8:50, 10:50, 11:50, 12:50, 16:15, 17:15, 18:15 19:35 20:20. You should ask the bus driver to let you know which Wi-yang(위양) Stop is. It takes about 30 minutes from the bus terminal. It cost 1,100 won (about $1). You can’t get any snack or drink around the pond. It would be better to buy some before taking the bus.

Have fun!

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