Oh Sehun at Yeongnamnu Pavilion


Yeongnamnu Pavillion
324 Jungang-ro, Miryang-si, Gyeongnam-do
경남 밀양시 중앙로 324

Sehun must have been really stressed these days that he really decided to go around places to relax.
Or he might have gone there for work? Or these pictures on his Instagram were taken way way back? I don't know. I don't care. What matters is that he chose to post it all and I'm glad because I think I found another place to visit when I finally travel to Seoul.

Prior to his post about Kim Gwangseok Street, he uploaded this photo with a caption #영남루. Yeongnamru Pavilion is the place. According to history, the pavilion was built during the Goryeo Dynasty (14th century). The piece had burned twice but was reconstructed to its legitimate glory.

The Yeongnamru Pavilion is actually a perfect example of the beautiful Korean architecture. It is surrounded by a lake (or river?) which is crossed by a charming bridge that is seen in the background of Sehun's photo.

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