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“Not worth a visit ”
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The Street of Art
Ranked #2 of 2 Shopping in Gwangju
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Reviewed 14 September 2015 via mobile

If you happen to pass through this street, it's ok, but don't take a detour for it. Maybe we got unlucky, but on a Sunday most stores were closed (or maybe they actually closed down?) and there was nothing going on. Better do your shopping in Insadong, Seoul.

Thank 8Aaamandaaa8
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Reviewed 20 October 2014 via mobile

Did not know what to expect when we visit this spot. But it turned out to be cute. Very close to the shops area. The place has several cute café to sit back and relax. It is not as bad as other review really. Although this place has several english classes, communicating can still be very very VERY challenging. Expect the same for any spot around Gwangju.

Thank haryatisugianto
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Reviewed 12 April 2014 via mobile

Because I live in Seoul I always compare other cities to Seoul.
Gwangju is not a tour site, and there are only a few memorial, or historical monument, so I don~t think It's a good idea to visit Gwangju.
If you are travelling Jeunlado, then just visit Haenam,Jeonju, Damyang , Suncheon and Yusoo.
If you like trekking, Jili Mount will be good.
That's all.

Thank 동현정
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Reviewed 2 May 2013

Looked at previous reviews and was a bit wary of checking it out, but it was close to the downtown core so we went anyways. Found lots of shops there, but they all sold pretty much the same goods. It was the friendly shop owners who really made it fun. Try and communicate in a language other than your own and it seems they throw discounts at you. The trick is to smile!

Thank AdrianoSalamone
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Reviewed 30 December 2012

While my friends and I walked down it all we saw were art schools. A bit of graffiti but not too much other than that. We thought there would be arts and crafts for sale, art galleries and the like (well, one school had a viewing area) but there wasn't much.

Thank Alexandra M
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