Bulgwang, (Bulgwang 1(il)-Dong and 2(i)-Dong), are two of the 16 neighborhoods of Seoul’s Eunpyeong-Gu District. From south to north clockwise it borders Nokbeon-dong, Daejo-dong, Galhyeon-dong, Jingwan-dong, and Jongno District to the east.
There are three main streets that run through the neighborhood. Jinheung-ro across the southern border, Tongil-ro across the western border, a portion of Yeonseo-ro closer to the northwestern part, and Bulgwang-ro which runs through the neighborhood’s center.
The following subway stations are located within Bulgwang-Dong’s boundaries: One side of Yeonshinnae Station, one side of Bulgwang Station on line 3, and Dokbawi station on line 6.
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Bulgwang-Dong Photo Guide
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My Photo Activities in Bulgwang-Dong (11.14.2022~Current):
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I’ve wandered through Bulgwang so, so many times. I live in the area, thus it is common for me to take photographs as I come and go, or even occasionally when I go for a brief walk. Honestly, this area is not extraordinarily exciting by any means. There is no reason for a tourist to really visit this area. The only possible reason for a traveler to come through is if they found a specific entry point, out of hundreds from various neighborhoods, to climb the mountains of Bukhansan National Park.
Despite the lack of tourism, you can still enjoy exploring, documenting, and photographing in this residential area. Below are a few of the images I captured of life in the area.
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