Gamcheon Cultural Village

Gamcheon Cultural Village

one of the most artsy neighbourhood in South Korea, the South of Busan

Location: 

203 Gamnae 2(i)-ro, Gamcheon-dong, Saha-gu, Busan, South Korea

Duration: 

Saturday, May 19, 2018

Personal highlights

  1. Gamcheon Cultural Village: district in the South of Busan
  2. Tourist Attraction: colourfully twisting alleys and steep stairs
  3. History: the neighbourhood used to be poor and abandoned 
  4. My trip: enjoying the view with a coffee from a rooftop cafe
  5. My experience: stunned by art but overwhelmed by tourists

Image sources

  1. View from the Petit Prince
  2. Cute chameleon on the stairs
  3. Going down the stairs
  4. Wall-Art everywhere
  5. Me going with the flow

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