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Dongpirang Wall Painting Village, Tongyeong
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Take a stroll around Dongpirang Wall Painting Village, absorbing a wealth of vibrant and inspirational murals. Saved from destruction and redevelopment in 2007 by a planned campaign to paint the village walls, today the site draws a healthy contingent of curious tourists. See the result of this passionate civic effort, with works by art students and locals covering wide swathes of wall space. Bring along your camera to capture the images, as some are interactive and form entertaining images when posed against. Put Dongpirang Wall Painting Village on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Tongyeong family vacation planner.
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  • If you look at a lot of burnout in this drama seems to be the idea. Tongyeong was the very image of the grand surroundings. Tongyeong Grand Beach a tourist destination with a good place to travel. Sitting in the Café when you thought for a moment, seemed to be a better trip.
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  • Pusan West bus terminal, Tongyeong-si is about an hour and a half, 10,900 won was from. From there to central market a lot of buses. A short walk down from Templin village signs are very good. Murals have been repainted at regular intervals so very bright colors. Not bad compared to Gan Dong also ups and downs, you can walk comfortably. Many small toilets, cafés and shops there. Oyster season was at Tongyeong enjoyed the oysters.
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  • A small town on a hill turned into an art village. Interesting paintings on walls of houses and quint stores with a local market just down the hill