To get to Seoul Grand Park we took the Subway from Nakseongdae Station (낙성대 역) up to Sadang (사당 역) and then changed from the green to the blue line which goes directly to Seoul Grand Park. For more information on Seoul Grand Park check out their website - http://grandpark.seoul.go.kr/
There are a whole lot of things to do in Seoul Grand Park that would probably be impossible to fit into a single day. That day we only made it to the Seoul Grand Park zoo, which is reputed to be the 10th largest zoo in the world.
My grandma had come to visit us in Seoul from Nepal for a few days . My friend in the picture is Mr.B, he is from Vietnam. His dad and mom are my parents friends. They came to the zoo along with us. On our way to the zoo, at first we took a tram. The scene by the lake overlooking the amusement park was awesome. Then we took the sky lift. I was so excited seeing the lions from above that my mom was scared we would fall down.
There were all kinds of animals from all over the world. Some of them that can also be found in Nepal are the Red panda, Buffalos, Tigers and Rhinos. But the two horned Rhino is only found in Africa. In Nepal we have the one horned Rhino.
I enjoyed looking at the bears the most, coz they were doing all sorts of tricks to beg for food and looked really playful.
There were also different species of birds from all over the world. I thought the ostrich looked strange and enjoyed the colorful pheasants the most. I think that the national bird of Korea is supposed to be the Korean Magpie (까치), whereas the national bird of Nepal is the Impeyen Pheasant (lophophorusimpejanus), called Danfe in Nepali (डाँफे).
There were also a lot of rest spots along the way, so it was really convenient for me and my friend, Mr. B, coz we were famished with all the sight-seeing we did that day.