Jeonpogonggu-gil, transforming into a “hip” place as trendy cafes and ateliers emerge one after another on the site where the old tool shops used to spread, is becoming popular among domestic and foreign tourists. You can find nice cafes, prop stores, restaurants, and pop-up shops here, and you can get a sense of Jeonpo-dong's history as well.
Jeonpogonggu-gil's murals, trick art, and unusual exteriors make it a fun place to look around, and they blend naturally with the old tool shops that still remain, creating a unique atmosphere.
Jeonpogonggu-gil has become a popular alley with various shops that are full of colorful exteriors, cute little props, gorgeous lights, and decoration. Many travelers love to leave a nice photo at this hip place.
Walking slowly, I look around the alley. Along the alley, stores are lined up, making it easy to browse. Cafes, restaurants, prop stores, and ateliers are all flourishing with their own charm. It creates a peaceful and picturesque atmosphere that cannot be found in a busy downtown area. Time flies when you look around from shop to shop with eye-catching interiors.
There are also many nice restaurants in the alley. You can enjoy generous portions of salmon, soy sauce marinated shrimps, beef tartare with rice. You can also have traditional American handmade burgers in a New York-themed restaurant. After taking a stroll in the alley, I think it would be great to have some coffee at the dessert cafe.
Also worth a visit while strolling through this alley is Jeollidan Gallery, which is an exhibition and atelier space for young artists. There is a Young Artist Exhibition held regularly at the moment. From September 6th to September 24th, artist Cho Youngsoo's was held.
There are a number of unique shops on Jeonpogonggu-gil that you can't find anywhere else in Busan, a hip place from day to night. It is an alley that offers a special experience not only to travelers from afar, but also to Busan residents. It is a familiar yet unfamiliar alley that gives me a sense of excitement.