BUSAN, South Korea - The ‘Vehicle Free Zone at Gwangbok-no is being transformed into an art market every Sunday.

Busan City and Jung-gu District are hosting the art market in the car-free zone along Gwangbok-no every Sunday, from May 13 through August 12, 2012. 

Along with the art market, a variety of events including a children’s flea market, a handicraft experience zone and street performances are scheduled to be held. 

Children can bring their used toys, and exchange or buy and sell items at the children’s flea market.

The Sunday Art Market is a unique attraction of the old downtown area for residents and tourists alike.

Source: Busan City News


 

Sunday Art Market at Vehicle-free Zone Along Gwangbok-no


BUSAN, South Korea – The ‘Vehicle Free Zone at Gwangbok-no is being transformed into an art market every Sunday.

Busan City and Jung-gu District are hosting the art market in the car-free zone along Gwangbok-no every Sunday, from May 13 through August 12, 2012. 

Along with the art market, a variety of events including a children’s flea market, a handicraft experience zone and street performances are scheduled to be held. 

Children can bring their used toys, and exchange or buy and sell items at the children’s flea market.

The Sunday Art Market is a unique attraction of the old downtown area for residents and tourists alike.

Source: Busan City News


 

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