Gwangbok-ro is very happening these day! It is because of Busan Christmas Tree Culture Festival which will be held from December 1, 2011 to January 9, 2012.
I went there to visit BS Gallery (read my previous post) and were surprised to see the lights, Christmas trees and all of the decorations. It was so pretty!
I didn't have much time for taking many pictures because I was in hurry to the exhibition place, but I will go there again with San & JoSH...^^
If you want to have self-portrait sketch or drawing, please visit Gwangbok-ro are in this season. There are many artists offer their service and talent to give you a memorable one.
The topic of this year's festival is 'A Peace of Light'
The festival, started in 2009, has become a popular annual winter festival with millions of visitors every year.
Gwangbok-ro is turned into a tunnel of lights, starting with a 12 meter high Christmas tree in Gwangbok-ro Square.
There will be various performances every evening, as well as Christmas-themed photo zones in a number of different locations.
(Source:BFIA monthly magazine)