My Trip To Gamcheong Village Busan (South Korea)

in travel •  2 years ago  (edited)

I would love to share some of pictures taken in my trip to South Korea quite awhile ago.

Gamcheong Village is also known as the Santorini of Korea.

Why? Probably because of the colors of the village.

We (My friends and I) took the bus from Haeundae beach to Gamcheong. To be honest, the bus ride was really scary!

I thought I was gonna fly off the bus whenever the driver made a turn! Luckily, I made it in one piece.

At the base of this village, they had some wall decorations and you can see in the image above.

Once we've reached the top of the village, what I personally loved was the snack!

It's called Hotteok and they're usually served during winter.

This is a picture of the guy who sells Hotteok up on the village. I'm not exactly sure how to explain what it's made off but it's essentially like deep fried flour with sunflower seeds in it. It's also probably one of the best things I've tried in Korea.


When you reach the top, you'll get a view like this. Each house is painted differently and I love the colors.

That's it for now.

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Korean snacks definitely nice.
I might be writing about it in my food series soon.
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my country :) lovely photos thanks :)



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I love Korean snacks :)

They're delicious :)

Deep friend flour with sunflower seeds? Sounds delicious! Great images, cool story too. Village added to my travel list.

They were. :) Thanks Ryan.