Gangpul Cartoon Alley

12 Sept 2015 | Seoul, South Korea —

If we ask about a mural village in Seoul, many would suggest and are familiar with Ihwa Mural Village in Hyehwa. But, in a quiet neighborhood of 성안 (Seong-an) in 강동구 (Gangdong) district, which literally means East of the Han River, a colorful village 강풀만화거리 (Gangpul Cartoon Alley) also exists. The 50 paintings are actually from a famous Korean webcomic artist named 강풀 (Gang Pul).

Due to time constraint, I only got to see about 20+ artworks. Enjoy my snaps:

I would want to become a fool for you.




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say kimchi!
salamat din po!


Direction: Gangdong Station (Seoul Subway Line 5) Exit 4. Go straight until Parkland then turn left on that narrow alley.


15 thoughts on “Gangpul Cartoon Alley

  1. Kyaakkk, I love this more. Cuteness is overloaded!!! I’ll visit this one, for sure. *bookmarked*
    Thank you for sharing. ❤
    20 of 50, you did well though. 🙂


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