The 1913 Songjeong-yeok Market has been around for more than one hundred years and is filled with witty, characterful stores and most of them are more than 40 years old. Here, customers can enjoy traditional Korean street food such as Hotteok, Gyeranppang, and other delicious dishes, as well as drinks Read more [...]
The Art Street located in Gwangju is a 300m long street filled with artists stores, several art galleries that showcase the work of locals artists and teach people more about the different forms of art.
Asia Culture Center is a multicultural art complex that houses galleries, performance spaces, a library and plazas, all in its five interconnected buildings. You can enjoy many exhibitions and events as well as participating in various programs. The whole complex is nicely design and many come to admire the architecture Read more [...]
Mudeungsan National Park (무등산국립공원) is a mountain at the edge of Hwasun-gun, Damyang-gun and Gwangju. Mudeungsan Mountain (1,186m) features three rock peaks called Cheonwangbong, Jiwangbong, and Inwangbong, also known as the “Jeongsang Three.” Mudeungsan’s gradual slope makes it an easy climb for all. Locals once worshiped Cheonwangbong Peak as it Read more [...]
Gwangju National Museum aims to conserve cultural values through collection and preservation of historical and valuable artifacts found in Gwangju and Jeollanam-do regions while making contributions to the community through continuous research, exhibition, and education. Inspired by traditional Korean architecture, Gwangju National Museum is a six story building with two Read more [...]