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We spent walked from Jayu Park to this area on a Thursday afternoon. You will see colourful depiction of fairy tale characters on walls of houses and stairs, making it bright and cheery.
As it was winter and the afternoon sun melted the snow forming...More
it was so beautiful!!!! I have been there several times, and every time I go, there must be a new mural, so it keeps changing. so worth visit, not so many tourists go there, so you can take pictures easily without any interruption.
It's really nice. The murals are interesting and colorful. As compared to Naksan Mural Village, this is more interesting. There are coffee shops and booths for you to play games. It transports you back to childhood days where you get to play and eat stuff....More
The fairytale village is where fairytales seem to come alive! Absolutely beautiful mural art and lots of photo opportunities!
It’s a perfect day trip from Seoul -- simply take the subway line 1 to Incheon subway station (about 75mins ride from Seoul Station), head out...More
It is like a fairytale books-inspire "hanok" village. Kudos to the community for having this concept village. Good treat for families and kids. If you are looking for a place to eat and visit that is near incheon airport...this is a good place to go...More
Had almost half a day free due to our airbnb not ready yet due to someone checked in the night before.. Since we had a few hours and our first time in Seoul, decided to ask the information counter at the airport. With my basic...More
I went there on a Sunday afternoon. The place was crowded with locals from different parts of Korea.
After walking past the Chinatown, I started seeing cute signage and houses everywhere. There were couples and families everywhere taking photos. The murals are colourful and cute....More