Seoul Magtitinda Ng Bulaklak

Kunin natin ang pagkakataong ito
USD 59.51

Kunin natin ang pagkakataong ito

Carnation , button poms at statice

Nakasisilaw
USD 59.51

Nakasisilaw

Rosas

Tukso
USD 95.84

Tukso

Lilies , carnation at gypsophila

Matamis na buhay
USD 95.84

Matamis na buhay

5 lilies , carnation , rosas , at gerberas gypsophila

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Tapat
USD 83.32

Tapat

12 Rosas, lilies, viburnum, daisy, carnation at statice

Magaling
USD 83.32

Magaling

Sunflower, mga rosas at mga orkidyas

Kagilagilalas
USD 107.12

Kagilagilalas

Rosas

Mapagmataas
USD 59.51

Mapagmataas

12 Rosas

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Pag-iisa
USD 83.32

Pag-iisa

Orkidyas , lilies , carnation

Imahinasyon
USD 59.51

Imahinasyon

12 Rosas

Lakas
USD 68.91

Lakas

9 Rosas at carnation

Harana
USD 95.84

Harana

Orkidyas

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Pagpapakumbaba
USD 59.51

Pagpapakumbaba

Rosas at carnation

Hindi malilimutan
USD 59.51

Hindi malilimutan

6 Mga Rosas at maliit na bulaklak

Mahiwaga
USD 68.91

Mahiwaga

12 Rosas

Isinumite
USD 95.84

Isinumite

24 Rosas

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The capital of South Korea, Seoul is a unique metropolitan city with its roots buried deep in its historical past. With so many museums and temples to visit, it is impossible to fit all of them in. Some of the most unique and special tourist attractions include the Korea Furniture Museum which is spread out over to traditional Korean houses and contains over 2,000 pieces of Korean furniture. For a look into the technological future, a tour of the T.um will give visitors a chance to see the next generation of new gadgets including a shopping avatar. For a chance to see historic Seoul, tourists can head into Bukchon Hanok Village. Along with the traditional houses and shops, visitors can stop in for omija tea and also see the outdoor museum. Near the city’s financial center visitors will find three of the most popular sites in the South Korean capital. Gyeongbokgung Palace gives guests an unrestricted view of the mountains behind Seoul while the statue of Korea’s wisest king looks out over the Gwanghwamum subway station and Cheonggyecheon stream. Shopping can be done at the exclusive shops found in Doosan Tower, while the surrounding clubs and bars provide a hip and entertaining night life. The Korean Botanical Gardens and the gigantic Garden of Morning Calm are both popular with residents and tourists. The large garden oasis dedicated to peace and tranquility covers an immense 30,000meters and contains thousands of flowering plants along with pine trees and other native plants. The Korean Botanical Gardens were opened to the public in 1999, and contain over 1,300 plants native to Korea. With themed gardens that mix Mongolian oak trees with bright flowering azaleas and even rhododendrons, it is one of the most popular places in the thriving metropolis. We will happily deliver any number of native Korean flowers to most addresses in Seoul.