Romantic spots: Korea with baby


Romantic spots: Korea with baby


Image credit: Korea Tourism Organisation (left)

Image credit: Befree Tour


Being one of the most popular destination for couples and/lovers, this easily topped my list to visit. Not only does it have a romantic view of the city, but couples are known to declare their love by attaching the famous “love padlocks” at the top with our names and message onto the metal fence of the tower. Part of the whole experience is to then toss the key away. What a symbolic activity for the whole family, and especially for us as a married couple of 8 years - we might even turn out renewing our vows and the bubs can be our witness! #cheesy #noregrets

Tip: If you aren’t bringing a stroller, you’ll be happy to know that they provide stroller rentals there!


Opening hours:

Free area is open all year round



Sunday-Friday: 10:00-23:00

Saturday: 10:00-24:00

* Last admission 30 minutes before closing

* Operating hours are subject to change depending on weather or business schedules.


Petite France


Image credit: Seoul City Tour


Oh, how i fell in love with this place at first sight. Petite France is a little quaint French-styled village inspired by the classic novel “The Little Prince”! We can stroll around the area at our own pace with the baby and really slowly bask in the romantic atmosphere, explore the exhibition halls, the cafes and all the photogenic sites used in famous korean variety shows. Also, If you haven’t been to Europe, you’ll get a little taste of it here.



1063, Hoban-ro, Cheongpyeong-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do


Open all year round


The Garden of Morning Calm


Image credit: Trazy


As the name suggests, The Garden of Morning Calm promises tranquility and it’s everything we need to escape from the bustling Singapore city, especially if you love nature like we do. The entire premise is stroller friendly so the bubs can get nice and snug and enjoy the view of the colourful plants around. The garden connects to 20 different themed gardens with over 5,000 types of plants! It’s not only going to be peaceful and romantic, it’s also going to be educational! .


If your travel period coincides with winter, you’ll be in for a treat! They host a lighting festival with beautiful illuminating decoratives on the plants and put together, it’s like a masterpiece come to life - I already know witnessing the lights is going to make me and the hubby swoon, ok, maybe more of me swooning than him.



432, Sumogwon-ro, Sang-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do,


Opening Hours

08:30-19:00 (Closing time may vary depending on sunset time)

Last admission is 1 hour before closing.

During the lighting festival, closing time is extended to 23:00 on Saturdays, and 21:00 on all other days


It’s really no wonder that Korea is such a hit with all the K-dramas and everyone fussing over the romance of it all. The atmosphere and setting just calls for it, and that doesn’t change with or without a little angel tagging along since it’s so baby-friendly everywhere we go. Romance in a marriage can potentially be re-sparked just from a trip to Korea, fighting!


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