Seyangje Reservoir,Korea All this scene is missing is a fairy. Seryang-Je, a reservoir built in 1969 in Hwasun, is another famous spot for both professional and amateur photographers for its ethereal mist and reflections of colorful blossoms and leaves.
Chok-suk Pavilion (촉석루) This beautiful, historical pavilion overlooking Nam River is most famous as the place where Nongae, the concubine of a government official in the Chosun Dynasty, jumped into the river with a Japanese general after the castle of Jinju fell into Japan’s hands. Check out the view from the pavilion on the cliff, but don’t jump; they won’t be telling your story in the same way. (http://travel.cnn.com/seoul/visit/50-beautiful-places-visit-korea-873093)