The 83Tower in E-World offers panoramic views of the entire city of Daegu, making it a popular spot among couples. Also recommended is Suchang Youth Mansion for its dazzling display of artworks by young artists in a unique space. You can enjoy a relaxing picnic at Duryu Park in just about every season or try out some rice wine (Makgeolli) at Mabijeong Mural Village to cool off in the summer. Let's take a look at what Daegu has in store and plan out your next date!

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    E-World 83Tower

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    The 83Tower in E-World embodies the shape of the Shilla-era Dabo Pagoda and conveys Korea's traditional architectural beauty. It's plenty eye-catching during the day, but its charms come alive at night. Once the sun sets, E-World and its surroundings become strikingly colourful. You can really appreciate the beauty of Daegu from the 83Tower Observatory. The colourful light tunnel will make you feel as if you're floating in space, and it's a favourite among children and adults alike.

    Location: 200 Duryugongwon-ro, Dalseo-gu, Daegu, South Korea

    Open: Weekdays from 10.30 am to 10 pm. Weekends from 10 am to 10 pm

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    Mabijeong Mural Village

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    Most mural villages are characterised by narrow alleys and high building density, due to the nature of repurposing old city centres. Mabijeong Mural Village is a bit different in that it creates an aura of friendliness with murals of rural landscapes from the '60s and '70s that suit the atmosphere of an ordinary mountain village. The souvenirs, food and activities all share the same theme, so you can fully immerse yourself in the vibe of the neighbourhood. Check out the cosy Mabijeong Mural Village and soak up the rural energy.

    Location: Bonri-ri, Hwawon-eup, Dalseong-gun, Daegu, South Korea

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    Duryu Park

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    Covering an area of about 1.7 km2, Duryu Park greets you with a new look with each seasonal change and is beloved by locals as a getaway spot. Just pack a picnic blanket and some snacks, and you're ready to enjoy each seasonal look on the spacious lawns of Duryu Park. Yellow rapeseed plants bloom under drooping willow trees around Seongdang Pond, creating a spectacular view. It's also a great spot for people-watching, as many couples on dates can be found at nearby cafes.

    Location: 36 Gongwonsunhwan-ro, Dalseo-gu, Daegu, South Korea

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    Suchang Youth Mansion

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    Suchang Youth Mansion, located near Suchang Park, was once a corporate dormitory for KT&G, but has since been transformed into a space for exhibitions and creations of young artists. The artwork added to this old building creates a unique atmosphere. There's no admission fee, so anyone with some time and even a passing interest in art can enjoy themselves here. It's highly recommended for those who want to experience something different because artistic and creative touches can be felt everywhere in the building.

    Location: 27 Dalseong-ro 22-gil, Jung-gu, Daegu, South Korea

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