A unique Purple Island appeared in Korea
Island Purple Island aka Purple Islands, is the name that the people of the island put kimchi Banwol-do (island Crescent) located in Sinan County, South Jeolla Province in Korea.
As the name suggests, this beautiful island is a paradise for purple lovers. Accordingly, more than 40,000 lavender plants and thousands of purple flowers are planted throughout the island. Not only that, from houses, roads, bridges to every smallest detail, they have the main dreamy purple color.
The most prominent attraction on Purple Island is the Cheonsa Bridge. This striking purple bridge connects the two islands of Banwol and Parkji, is a check-in place that anyone coming here cannot miss. Especially at night, the bridge will be lit up beautifully. No need to look far, to the purple island, you will have beautiful sparkling pictures right away.
In addition, to Purple Island, you can visit houses painted with eye-catching purple roofs. Around are signboards, concrete roads, phone booths. Coming here, you will feel like you are lost in a paradise filled with beautiful purple colors.
Directions: You can take the subway from Terminal 1 at Incheon International Airport to Seoul. Then you continue to board the Korea Train eXpress (KTX) and stop at Mokpo station to take a bus to Anjwa-Myeon village. From here, visitors can catch another bus or take a taxi to Purple Island.