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CY ( 18.05.16 )
I and my wife visited this area for watching wall panting in the village. The village area was not big, but it was worth walking with wall painting. The wall painting was beautiful, and many café was operating. And the view...More
On a sunny day a visit to this area was really enjoyable. I like street art and there are loads here condensed into a small hillside. I walked around it twice because you will miss some interesting murals if you rush
Dongpirang village is a delightful place to spend the day hunting for the murals in all the nooks and crannies. There are some longstanding paintings and others which get updated so there is always something new to see. It is set on top of a...More
I thought visiting another culture village like Gamcheon in Busan would be nice, but this one was not great. It didn't have nearly as many nice little shops, and was just painted walls and a lot of tourists.
What amaze me was that these paintings were painted on people's houses/residences. The paintings were refreshing and cool! My partner and I took almost with every mural we could see!
We hike up a bit and the view was amazing since you could see the...More
Loved seeing some young artists putting their mark on the walls. It was fun watching the creative poses of some ppl in front of the walls. Fun walking along the alleys with interesting houses along the way.
If you are visiting Tongyeong then walking up the steps to the top of this hill is a must, the paintings are worth a look on their own. It is quite a trek up though, so if you have back or leg issues then you...More