There’s something about murals I love so much. Maybe it’s the sheer size of it that delivers just as much impact to viewers. A few weeks ago, I checked out the Ihwa Mural Village, which has given me incredible photo ops to post and share on the blog. Perched on top of the hills near the busy, hip Daehakro, the Ihwa Mural Village is a harmonious juxtaposition of contemporary wall art blended in with the walls that house the friendly residents. It was one of the warmer days in April when I went and naturally, there were a lot of people out to enjoy the art under the sun.
It was one of those days that made me realize how gorgeous Seoul was. The view from the top of the hill was spectacular. Jungles of tall apartment buildings, trees, and a thin layer of dust cloud – all the characteristics that makes this place Seoul.
I had so much fun that day and would definitely recommend everyone to check it out when they’re in Seoul. 🙂 Do you know of any places in Seoul that you can suggest that I can check out? Let me know in the comment section down below!