168 Stairs Busan

168 Stairs Busan

outdoor museum with many artworks, wall-paintings and sculptures in Busan

Location: 

South Korea, Busan, Dong-gu, Yeongcho-gil, 191

Duration: 

Friday, May 18, 2018

Personal highlights

  1. 168 Stairs: hiking from Busan's Chinatown uphill to the Jungang park 
  2. Artworks: many creative drawings and sculptures along the stairways
  3. At the top: having two small restaurants with some local food and a view
  4. My trip: aimlessly stumbling around  Busan at night, what a find!
  5. My experience: being surprised by all the artwork and creativity

Image sources

  1. 168 Stairs up the hill
  2. View from the top
  3. Me sitting on the stairs
  4. Little prince reaching for the stairs
  5. Creative artwork on the stairs

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