Wonderful pieces of art and paintings all over this village. It takes hours to cover the whole area but it’s absolutely worth it. One can get a map and get stamps after visiting some specific places. ...
This is considered as one of the main attractions of Busan. I was not very impressed. The Gamcheon village is a small, somewhat colorful, clean area that is part of a large, somewhat financially depri...
Gamcheon Culture Villiage is formed by houses built in staircase-fashion on the foothills of a coastal mountain, earning this village the nickname "Machu Picchu of #busan." Many alleys that cut through this community are vibrantly decorated with murals and sculptures created by the residents #korea
The view of this village was beautiful and it was picturesque because of the colours of the buildings. You can browse around in the cafes and watch the sunset when conditions are good. But when it comes to shopping, expect the usual fridge magnets, art and craft bags and such like souvenirs.
Ganchuan Cultural Village, the most artistic village in Asia!
My first impression of Busan was Ganchuan, a place that often appears in Korean dramas and variety shows. But it wasn't until I went there that I realized that this village of such art and culture was transformed from a slum. Perhaps this is the meaning of travel. After the on-the-spot tour, improve the rough understanding of it.
Ganchuan Cultural Village is located in the Shaxia District of Busan. Songdo is located in the West District. Although it is not in one area, the reason why I put Ganchuan back to Songdo is because they are not far away and can be arranged in one day. Play together inside.
Ganchuan Cultural Village is located at the foot of the mountain. It is a village formed by a series of houses arranged in a stepped arrangement. The houses here are unobstructed before and after construction, and the prototypes of the stepped villages with exotic customs are preserved intact. It is known as the most artistic village in Asia, Machu Picchu in Busan and Santorini in Busan, and is known for its unique scenery and culture.
In the Ganchuan Cultural Village, we can always see the colorful murals, see the sea not far from the observatory, hear the whistle of the ship sailing, and enjoy and buy beautifully in the art store. Small gift.
We can see many fish-related creations in Ganchuan, probably because Busan is a coastal city! The fish-shaped pattern made of painted wooden boards is the scene of Ganchuan that is often seen in Korean film and television works.
Ganchuan's art is small and fresh, and the great credit comes from the various watercolors and murals on the walls of local houses. The paintings of the village are from the hands of volunteers from all over the world. There seems to be a moving story behind each piece. .
There is a colorful cultural village in Busan, South Korea. In addition to watching the sea in Busan, there is also a small and literary Gamcheon Culture Village. It used to be a slum that was once ruined. Later, under the impetus of “Hutong Art Project” in Busan, volunteers put houses. The walls are painted with watercolors and murals, making it a vibrant new village, attracting countless visitors and has became famous cultural attractions. Going to the Gamcheon Culture Village is a test of foot strength and physical strength. From the subway, there is a long road to the mountain. There is a long steep slope. Sometimes you need to assist the roadside handrails to advance easily. The color of the Gamcheon Culture Village is far more beautiful than what I saw on the Internet and in the book. Each building has multiple colors and different wall murals, so that all the visitors who come to take pictures can take beautiful pictures every time. A beautiful and satisfying place. Ascending the distance, you can not only see the lovely appearance of the colorful houses in this village, but also the harbors with mountains and seas in the distance. There are many net red photos here, and the most queued ones should be the little princes.
Gamcheon Culture Village has preserved the historical traces of modern Busan. In order to maintain this feature, artists and local residents have joined hands to create village art. Walking through Gamcheon Culture Village, you can see the colorful murals. From the observatory, you can see the sea not far from there. In art stores. You can also enjoy and purchase some delicate small gifts.