Gamcheon Culture Village

The most iconic statue in the village was The Little Prince. I was never a fan of the book. It was confusing when I read it when I was young, and still was confusing when I read it as an adult. Also, he is a boy. I liked my royal as a girl, like Princess Mia Thermopolis.

Gorgeous sea mural-covered building. As much as I love seeing this mural in the daylight. I wouldn’t want to have it in my bedroom. I could see myself having a series of bad dreams involving sharks, drowning, and living ala Life of Pi.

The sea mural building turned out to be… I am guessing a seafood restaurant?

Fallen words, one more art installation found here. It’s no wonder Gamcheon Culture Village is called the artiest town in Asia.

Is this a perfect spot for a picnic or what? You know this little corner is surrounded by houses, but it looks so scenic and peaceful. Bravo the one who designed it.

Mimi Saloon also sells squid snacks now.

The Gamcheon Culture Village is called the Santorini of Asia for a reason. Imagine living in a village or city this colorful. Our mood will be constantly uplifted.

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