Imagine a place that just suddenly comes to life in the most spectacular way when the sun sets and night takes over.
A place where fantasies are bathed in colorful lights and every corner is perfect for photographs.
This place is called the Ansan Star Village.
Ansan Star Village is located in the Gyeonggi-do province of South Korea and is most definitely one of the places you shouldn’t miss when traveling to this beautiful country.
Ready your camera and be amazed at the Ansan Star Village
Whether you find yourself traveling alone or with friends, spend a couple of hours appreciating the wonderful creations and beautiful mini landscapes adorned with all sorts of bright lights. It’s like a scene straight out of a Korean drama.
The Ansan Star Village is also the perfect setting for romantic dates and intimate walks. In fact, it makes for a wonderful spot for people planning to surprise their special someone with a wedding proposal.
Ansan Star Village is a must visit
My wife and I had so much fun going around the various beautifully lit areas around the Ansan Star Village.
During our visit, the “photo land” of Ansan Star Village was setup and decorated to mimic a provincial village in the southeastern region of France.
Some of Ansan Star Village’s photo zones feature really cool props and houses which are great to enjoy during daytime. This very photo zone suddenly transforms into a spectacular light festival during nighttime.
All that walking might make you hungry, but fret not because there is also a really good restaurant located inside Ansan Star Village.
This was where we had our amazing dinner after a considerable amount of time walking around the place.
Ansan Star Village is just one of the many places I went to during my incredible tour of South Korea. Last time, I showed you around the Water Park and Snow Park at OneMount. There’s so much more to see, so check back here soon to read all about the other places I visited in South Korea.
Ansan Star Village is located at (Bugok-dong) 1723, Suin-ro, Sangnok-gu, Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do
A huge “kamsahamnida” (that’s “thank you” in Korean) to my AirAsia family and the wonderful people of the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO) in Manila for making our South Korea trip possible and immensely fun.