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The views alone are worth the walk up the hillside roads to Ihwa Mural Village. It was 48 degrees C with the humidex the day we walked up to the village in Seoul and we were pleased we made the trek. The little area is...More
Was looking forward to the village as had seen some pictures. Sadly the famous stuff like the steps were covered over. It's a bit of a climb to the top and kdrama fans can see Strong Woman Do Bong Soon's house which is apparently a...More
It was my first time visiting this neighbourhood and I was shocked at all the messages doodled in red paint by the residents of the area saying “Please be quiet” and “I wan’t to live” etcetc. It can be seen that the residents hate to...More
Located nearby the former city fence wall ITVs a real pleasant place
There is some shops and cafes and you should go up and down and follow your instinct in order to collect the beautiful pictures about street art
It s so nice...More
We made this a must-see on our second trip to Seoul. It is not an easy place to find - it took us an hour to get to it.
The reason that we wanted to visit this Village was the artwork, especially the stairs with...More
Although some of the artworks are removed, it is still worth a trip there.
Totally understand how frustrating it could be for the residents there with the noises from the tourists.
Would be good to bear in mind to be considerate and dont talk too...More
We went to see the Ihwa Mural village to see the more known wall paintings. Apparently local people had painted over the the better known painting of fishes at the staircase. This was a bit of disappointment. The rest is so-so but you can enjoy...More
This place is hilly, so need comfortable walking shoes. Many interesting murals on walls which capture nice photos. There are also many small cafes & shops. I went in the morning & is a quiet neighbourhood & not very crowded.
It’s a nice break from...More
Daehakno (literally "University Street") is home to a number of famed universities, so the neighborhood is always abuzz with university students, and a youthful, optimistic energy permeates the air. The abundance of restaurants, cafes, and shops cater to the younger demographic in both taste and prices, making it a popular meet-up area. Daehakno is also famed for its creativity, showcased in the many amateur performances
put on at Marronnier Park and in more professional productions at small independent theaters scattered through the neighborhood. For a break, be sure to check out Ihwa Mural Village nearby, a former shantytown transformed into an art village with installations and wall paintings. It hosts a Filipino Market on Sundays.
Response from Googoose25 | Reviewed this property |
It totally depends on the day and your cold tolerance, but you should be fine that time of year. You could spend anywhere from >1-3 hours, depending on whether you just walk through taking photos or stop in at the cute cafes... More
It totally depends on the day and your cold tolerance, but you should be fine that time of year. You could spend anywhere from >1-3 hours, depending on whether you just walk through taking photos or stop in at the cute cafes and shops in the area.