Take A Tour Of The Gwangju Town With BTS J-Hope’s Mural — Penguin Village
Recently, Watta TV explored the Yangnim History and Culture Village, also known as “Penguin Village” in Yangrim-dong, Gwangju — which is also the home of BTS J-Hope‘s mural!
It’s a unique and quirky looking village that’s decorated with many interesting features, including murals in Jeolla dialect.
Sponsored by J-Hope fansite Adonis, the murals of J-Hope spread across multiple walls.
The birthday project created a place to honor J-Hope in his home city of Gwangju while also providing fans with a cool experience.
𝒞𝑜𝓁𝑜𝓇 𝑀𝑒 𝐵𝓁𝓊𝑒
2020 #JHOPE DAY PROJECT
#7 GWANGJU ART MURAL
호석의 27번째 생일을 축하하기 위해 광주 펭귄마을에 호석이 생일 축하 벽화를 준비했어요!
광주의 자랑,우리의 희망이,생일 축하합니다!
📅 2020.02.18~ FOREVER
📍남구 천변좌로450번길 8-3#제이홉 #BTS @BTS_twt pic.twitter.com/iwj6UWOmrD
— 아도니스 Adonis 💫 (@Adonis_Hoseok) February 16, 2020
They are the perfect photo-op for ARMYs!
While you’re there, you can also explore what the village has to offer — and you have to try the adorable penguin bread treat!
Watch the full tour of Penguin Village below!
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