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Gamcheon Culture Village

203, Gamnae 2-ro, Saha-gu, Busan 49368, South Korea
+82 51-204-1444
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  • Excellent48%
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  • Average11%
  • Poor1%
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“toseong station” (69 reviews)
“colorful houses” (45 reviews)
“collect stamps” (30 reviews)
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203, Gamnae 2-ro, Saha-gu, Busan 49368, South Korea
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+82 51-204-1444
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"toseong station"
in 69 reviews
"colorful houses"
in 45 reviews
"collect stamps"
in 30 reviews
"the bus"
in 107 reviews
"treasure hunt"
in 14 reviews
"elementary school"
in 15 reviews
"free postcards"
in 20 reviews
"cancer center"
in 12 reviews
"street art"
in 13 reviews
"art installations"
in 13 reviews
"residential area"
in 14 reviews
"photo spots"
in 12 reviews
"every corner"
in 23 reviews
"information centre"
in 12 reviews
"photo taking"
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"steep hill"
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"interesting place"
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Reviewed today via mobile

This is the only attraction in Busan we actually visited twice during our six day visit-once during a city tour and the second time on our own (only 3500 won from the closest metro station Tonseong). There were lots of tourists even on weekdays, but...More

Thank ECWorld
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A popular place especially for young adults and families. Lots of opportunities for photography with colourful art all around. Enjoyed the fish cake stalls and taking photographs of the village. Popular for couples, friends and families. Accessible by public transport.

Thank Fangqi_A
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Santorini of Korea. The street decorated with mural paintings. It's fun exploring the alley in this village

Thank Sani2907
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Reviewed 4 days ago

Ex bidonville, now the place to see. Very nice even if too touristic now. Very smart cahnge for this arty place. With a nice view also.

Thank Supersap
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

A landscape that is very different from the rest of the city. Plenty of shops, cafes and galleries... a must see for art lovers.

Thank ZuZuWa
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Its so cool. One of the first village local settles in. The road goes up and down quite extreme. So do wear sport or flat shoes. There are must eat and must shop nearby. Best of all check and plan your photo route.

Thank agoen
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Reviewed 1 week ago

It is quite a walk up to the Gamcheon Culture Village, so I would advise you to take a bus. Most of the busses departing from the Jagalchi market go to the Gamcheon Village. Once up you don't have much to see. There is one...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

I first came across Gamcheon Cultural Village when I saw my friend's instagram post with the prince. Some described it as the "santorini" of Korea. The view did not disappoint. Wall murals and photo spots abound. They have cute shops too. Initially wanted to walk...More

Thank Shermaine S
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Reviewed 1 week ago

One of the greatest reasons why Busan has always on my Must Visit list. The alleys, the colors, and the people themselves were soooo niceeee. We met some locals who recommended us the best spot to enjoy the view (even with our limited verbal communication)....More

Thank PRMDYS
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited Busan only for a day. I recommend staying a bit long - 2 days or more. You'll love Busan. :D When we went to Korea, it was transition from winter to spring (March 28-April 2), so the cherry blossoms in Seoul were still...More

Thank caprizircon
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MoniqueThoo
26 April 2018|
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Response from Gladystan88 | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, I just went last month, and there are a handful of shops that sell hanbok and I see people wearing them as well. Not sure of the prices but I saw that there is also like a mini studio in the shops as well. Do note... More
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Suyuien Y
23 October 2017|
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Response from ankmagic | Reviewed this property |
No fees. But I recommend buying the map for 2000 won which will help you go through the path so that you can cover good points. Also it entitles you for 3 free postcards, thus covers up for the price.
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Lidwina W
4 June 2017|
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Response from Ann W | Reviewed this property |
Hello if you are coming from Seoul by KTX as well then you should go to Jagalchi station and then look for exit 1 - there is bus stop nearby for Seogu number for bus will be seogu 2 or seogu 2.2 they will take you to... More
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