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[Seoul Travel] Street of arts facing the end of the sky_Ihwa Mural Village

Ihwa Mural Village, which serves as a venue for direct experience of cultural and artistic performances is located in Ewha-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul.

Street of arts facing the end of the sky_Ihwa Mural Village
Street of arts facing the end of the sky_Ihwa Mural Village

Ihwa Mural Village,

which serves as a venue for direct experience of cultural and artistic performances is located in Ewha-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul.

How do you feel when you hear the word ‘Daehangno’? Daehangno is a street of youth and houses many restaurants, bars, and cafes.

There are always people on Daehak-ro around Hyehwa Station, but if you walk near Naksan Park, you will find a quiet alley that contrasts with the performance hall and various commercial facilities.

So Daehangno is a heterogeneous place where young people enjoy spending, watch performances, and some live their daily lives in it.

Iwha Mural Village is located near Naksan Park, which contrasts with the main street of Daehangno.

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Iwha Mural Village in Daehangno, which serves as a venue for direct experience of cultural and artistic performances is located in Iwha-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul.

It is said that artists closely filled the murals to convey a little happiness to the residents here. It became known to people through the broadcast and became a popular tourist attraction.

It’s Iwha Mural Village, which is filled with emotion in every alley, but there have been so many visitors lately that the residents are suffering.

If you visit Iwha Mural Village, I hope you enjoy the village’s tranquil sensibilities.

This place is also very famous for dating courses. It is located near Naksan Park, passing through Hyehwa Station Exit 2, so a perfect date course is built near Daehangno Street.

It’s a great place to go before and after the show. It’s a recommended course for visitors to enjoy interesting performances at Daehangno, explore hidden restaurants informed by the performers, and go out to Iwha Mural Village for emotional outings.

Iwha Mural Village has a famous photo zone for taking pictures. The ‘Fishery’ and ‘Flower’ paintings on the stairs were also popular places.

However, some residents, who have been inconvenienced by the growing number of tourists, have painted over and are unable to see the original version of the painting now.

However, since the Angel Wings mural and various other murals still remain, it would be a great idea to enjoy the view and take pictures without harming residents.

Iwha Mural Village is a place where you can feel a sense of quiet contrast to the distance between youth and performance. If you want to experience the quietness of a busy and lively city, why don’t you visit Iwha Mural village this weekend?

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