Seoul small travel destination: Pear Blossom Cave Mural Village
came to Seoul many times, but for the first time here. Mural Village is located in the area of Ewha-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul. It used to be a well-known shantytown in Seoul. Later, the city government invited more than 70 artists to paint murals. The image of the shantytown has been greatly improved, and it has even become a lot of Korean dramas. The location, such as: "House Tower Wang Shizi", "Ghosts", "We are married", "Two Days and One Night", etc., like a large open-air art museum ~
here to take a photo punch Be sure to wear bright or contrasting clothes, and take different styles of photos.
Seoul Ihwa Mural Village
What a lovely day to visit Ihwa Mural Village in Seoul
Pear mural village
pear flower mural village, as the name suggests, are murals, it feels like a special art zone.
Metro Line 4 to Huihua Station (), get off at Exit 2 and go straight. There is a sign at the first intersection. Follow the direction of Luoshan Park and go to the main entrance of the park. Turn, walk along the road for about 15 minutes to see
From the beginning, I saw a variety of murals, and the whole village was very artistic.
Up and down slopes, cross paths, easy to get lost, but just go around, here is a look around to take pictures.
However, it is said that tourists have affected the lives of local residents too much, and many murals have been removed. Its going to be early.
Located in the hills of Luoshan Park, Lihua Village used to be the moon village of the poor class. Because of the high terrain, the short, sloping, rickety old house seems to reach the moon, hence the name Moon Village. In 2006, the South Korean government convened 68 artists to paint here.
Colorful and lively murals infused new vitality into the village of Ewha, and the dilapidated slum turned into a romantic one. "Moon City" has become a filming of the Korean entertainment program "2 Days and 1 Night" and the popular Korean TV series "House Tower Wang Shizi".
Ihwa Mural Village is a small village on the east side of Naksan Park. Artists have drawn various paintings on the steps and walls of the village, such as flowers and a mini version of the Avengers. The village used to be poor. Later, the government got dozens of artists to come and decorate the village. Part of the drama series "Rooftop Prince" was shot here. The famous Carp Step is the shooting site of the scene with the prince and Park Ha.