Check out some other prominent graffiti spots that we’ve covered around Seoul here. This culture also exists in more dilapidated and run down neighborhoods – you may be interested in Buk Ahyeon-dong, an area experiencing gentrification and other displacement issues. How do the messages, art work, and presentation differ from place to place?

Sinchon Graffiti tunnel

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An eclectic soul with a diverse background, Rob has lived in Korea for the past 5 years. An avid interest in Korean culture, high-quality media, and content led him to co-founding SeoulSync. On his down time he plays ball, visits museums, explores new places, and shoots. These days, he channels his photography into the @seoulsync IG and his own personal @rlvism account.