This fairy tale village is just around the corner from Incheon Airport, and it takes 20 minutes by car. There is aa guide in Chinese near the entrance, so it is easy to find the right place. It is said that it is a village. It is actually an area surrounded by several blocks. It is called a fairy tale village. Each small alley has different themes and fairy tales. At the entrance is the cartoon image of the panda, some Chinese patterns, vibrant colors, very popular with children. But after all, it is a fairy tale village, and there are so many foreigners. All the shops on the main street are also themed as fairy tales. Even the residents' houses are like ones from a fairy-tale. If you want to say the red wall of the fairy tale village, it is naturally Snow White at the corner of this corner. Many children and little fairies are scrambling to take photos with this wall. I have queued for 10 minutes, which is not easy. Line up for ten minutes and take a photo for about 10 seconds. There are many unmanned alleys in the fairy tale village waiting to be explored. For example, to find this windmill alley, the windmill on the wall will rotate with the breeze. To walk more in the village, you will find a quiet and beautiful wall to finally take good photos.