How to go to Mural Village in Ihwa-dong

This Mural Village in Ihwa-dong is where Lee Gak (Park Yoo-chun) went on a fairytale date with Park-ha (Han Ji-min) in Rooftop Prince.

Visitors can find the many beautiful paintings and sculptures scattered around the village, all of which were create by “Art in the City” project.


This village is located about 500 meters from the subway line 4.
How to go to Mural Village :

Take subway line 4 to Hyehwa Station and take Exit 2.


Walk straight and take to you left toward the structure.

And walk straight again.

Straight.

Take to your left ot straight toward SM Art Hall alley in front of you.

Straight and take to your right.

Walk straight again and take to your left when you saw white building in front of you.

Walk straight all the way and up the sloop.

Walk straight and take to your right.

Straight again but at the same time, you can found some structure on your left.

Take to your right.

After 100 meters, you will find the village. so many mural and painting on the wall but seems they do new painting too.. 

6 comments:

  1. thank you this was very informative!
    how long does it take to walk from the subway to the mural?

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  2. Hi..i just went here last week..thanks for your good map & info..it was easy to find this place ^_^ #goodjob

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  3. Thank you so much your advices have been very useful :)

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  4. hi, just to ask,
    at the end of the wall painting, do we have to walk all the way back to the Hyehwa Station to take our transport to another place?
    Where will the end of the wall paintings be? like which nearest station do you have any idea of that?

    Help given would be much appreciated!! :)

    Thank you.

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  5. I went to visit Ilhwa-dong in early June 2016. The "fishes' and "Daisies" murals have been painted over and no longer exist.

    My wife and I were sorely disappointed!

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  6. Yes, fish and sunflowerstairs gone. However i still enjoyed the journey there and the surrounding areas were nice. Your guide was very helpful. Thank you.

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