Near the site of Jinnamgwan Hall and across a pedestrian overpass, there resides an alley full of whimsical paintings, also known as Angel Mural Alley. The main attraction here is a mural hidden at the end of the walk that resembles winged angels. There is also a multitude of wall paintings and murals that line the meandering alley, which is about 1,004 meters long (the number 1004 is pronounced the same as the word angel in Korean). The alley offers you a pleasant opportunity to take a stroll and become immersed in the local art.
Following this winding path, you’ll come across artworks depicting the everyday lives of residents, such as profiles of cute little pets and children playing, as well as inspiring pieces like those of historical figures. Some routes get narrow at certain points, and others open up to ocean views, adding more fun and variety to this tour.