Gukchae Memorial Park is a park that is located in Jung-gu, Daegu South Korea.It commemorates the government bond compensation movement, which was an ethnic movement that began in 1907, during the period when Korea was occupied by the Japanese Empire.
This memorial park is very empty, with a large area of open space, and there are many trees. The leaves of these trees are red and yellow, which is very beautiful.
In the history of South Korea, the national debt repayment movement is surging, and the Korean national movement is a big witness.
Although the name is derived from the historical event "National Debt Compensation Movement", there are no sculptures or monuments in the park. There is a memorial hall on the corner, and you can also see the Daegu City Library. On hot summer days, there are long corridors sprayed with water mist to cool down the garden, with large green spaces and benches, which are suitable for leisure and meeting. But it was a working day in South Korea when we went, and many young citizens were idle during working hours, and could not help but worry about the economic situation of the city...
It is said that a park actually looks more inclined to a square, and there are many picnics on the grass.