This is a privately-run sightseeing spot. The natural stones of Jeju Island and the dead wood roots of grapefruit exhibited in the park have names or stories that match their shapes.
There are many tall and old trees in the Mushi Art Park. There are many pine trees here, some of which are particularly strong and the environment is very good.
A red pine that is more than 150 years old is the most famous. It looks good. There are so many trees, potted plants, and flowers that have not been seen before.
The wood and stone art park is full of strangely shaped stones, and some big branches in various shapes and forms. The decorations in the park are all kinds of wood and stones, which are strange and meaningful.
South Korea's Mushi Art Park, the scenery here is very beautiful and charming, it is very suitable for children and the elderly to play together, there are many different sizes of stones are very interesting, worth recommend