Here we introduce Paju's Heyri Village, a great place to daydream in the middle of the beautiful array of pastel shades.
Many art pieces and crafts are displayed in and outside of the buildings at Heyri, creating a unique and exotic vibe throughout the village. Pretty big in size, touring around the neighborhood would most likely take up a full day. There are maps everywhere so skipping around by crossing out where you've been might add some more fun.
Hence the name 'Heyri's Provence', this village that resembles much of Provence, the southern part of France begins from the streets of this pink building.
There are plenty of stores from bakeries, restaurants and accessory shops in all sizes for you to venture throughout the whole day. Many of the village's buildings are painted in pastel colors so it's not only a great town to take pictures but just to simply enjoy seeing. Since it's a pretty well-known tour spot, expect it to be crowded on weekends or on any sunny days.
The Provence Bakery is one of every visitor's favorite here. The desserts are as tasty as they look.
If you want to view a full map of the village, visiting the website will come in handy. For those who are perfect-planners, draw out where and what you would like to do in advance, but for those who are more spontaneous, take the whole day to enjoy the foreignized village of Paju.
If there are too many people the day of your visit, climb up the stairs between buildings to look down the village from the rooftops. The colorfully painted roofs are just like as if you're on a rooftop somewhere in Italy. How's a day round trip to Heyri's Provence village to freshen up?
Address: Kyunggido Paju-si TanhyunMyun Saeoriro 77
Telephone : 070-4908-8548
Translated by_ Gen_E