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Arts & Cultur Car-Free BMW Travel Course [Paju- Heyri]

WriterAdministratorDate07/02/2018

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Quick View of the Course 

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* There is a Red Bus stop near Exit 1 of Hapjeong Station. You will have to queue for the bus, and there is a separate waiting line for each bus number.

 

Recommendation!

* Are you a lady who enjoys brunch and dessert?

* Do you want to go shopping at a flea market and a trendy fashion mall at the same time?

 

Intro

From sweet brunches and desserts to lovely and unique living sundries, Heyri knows what women love! Do you need more? Come to Provence Village. It’s all in one place to enjoy shopping, tasty food and various cultural experience programs like making perfume, costume play, etc. You can board a nonstop bus at Hongik University Station or Hapjeong Station on Subway Line No. 2, which will take you to Heyri in an hour, and Provence is 20 minutes’ walk away from Heyri. So it’s a good place for an outing without a car.


A proper table of diverse kinds of brunch menus.

Highlights

  • Chatting over brunch on outdoor terrace like the heroines of ‘Sex and The City’  

  • Buying various kinds of bread at famous bakeries in Paju

  • Enjoying shopping at the Heyri Flea Market and Provence Village


There are various pretty small clothes stores.


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Course
1.


Brunch Café, enjoy an
elegant brunch time on the terrace of a lovely café!

Morning at the weekend is a happy time for having a tasty brunch of light sandwiches, pancakes, etc. with friends. In particular, the brunch at Heyri, an emotional art village, is really special. ‘In Square’ and ‘MARE 1992’ are well-known for each unique theme in Heyri. In Square became famous with dishes made of its own recipe. The café serves various menus and desserts that are popular with women, such as pancake and tiramisu. MARE 1992 serves an attractive brunch menu, including American brunch and bagel omelet brunch. Beside menu, the interior of the café itself furnished with antique furniture and props is more attractive. Let’s start a leisurely day eating brunch in a romantic space.


Left: Such a clean and elegant indoor of the cafe. / Right: a plate of various brunch foods like bread, eggs, potatos, bacons, etc.

 

Travel Information

In Square

-Address: 21-6, Heyrimaeul-gil, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
- Tel.: +82-31-957-0896
- Opening Hours: Weekdays 10:00-22:00; Weekends 10:00-22:00
- Menu: Various kinds of sandwich, soufflé pancake, flat bread, pastas and salads, tiramisu, etc.
- Price: Over KRW 20,000 per person

Mare 1992
-Address: 27, Heyrimaeul-gil, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do

- Tel.: +82-31-947-8716  

- Opening Hours: Weekdays 09:30-22:00; Weekends 09:30-23:00 

- Menu: Bagel omelet brunch, American brunch, Cajun curry rice, Set menu with bulgogi, etc.  

- Price: Over KRW 13,000 per person 


Course 2.


White Block Art Center, a space of light amid nature

Let’s go to the Art Center White Block after enjoying brunch. There are many galleries in Heyri and Provence, but the White Block Art Center stands from them because of the beautiful building. Most of the exterior of the building is made of glass, so the interior perfectly blend in with nature around the museum. Modern fine art exhibitions are held four or five times a year, and you can see the exhibition for free if you buy a drink in the café on the first floor.


A front view of White Block Art Center.  


Travel Information

-Address: 72, Heyrimaeul-gil, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
- Tel.: +82-31-992-4400
- Opening Hours: Weekdays 10:30~18:30; Weekends and Holidays 10:30~19:00
- Ticketing time: Last admission one hour before closing time
- Admission: KRW 2,000 (*Free if you buy a beverage in the café)
- Home page: http://whiteblock.org

 


 

Course 3.


Flea Market, targeting your taste refusing ready-made goods

The Flea Market opens on weekends along the roadside in Heyri and in the middle of the grass. In particular, many sellers open their stalls in front of the Book House of Hangilsa. Don’t miss the Flea Market if you like hand-made accessories and fashion items. Sometimes it’s possible to find cheap but attractive items among the handicrafts, so be sure to look for a hidden treasure there.

Left: various flea markets are along the street in Heyri./ Right: a person looking around attractive paintings.

 


Course 4.


Provence Bakery & Cafe, Kiss Ring, a snack fit for the Pope!

Now, let’s begin a joyful bread tour. First, let’s go to the Provence Bakery & Cafe to meet the Kiss Ring garlic bread, which became famous as a snack enjoyed by Pope Francis. Made with six cloves garlic from Seosan, it was selected for the Pope when he visited Haemieupseong Walled Town in Seosan, so it became known as ‘Pope’s Bread’. The perfect mix of crispy outside, slightly moist inside and the sweet flavor of garlic butter of Kiss Ring delights your taste buds.

 

Left: a tasty the Kiss Ring garlic bread/ right: the Kiss Ring garlic bread packages and other breads on the shelves.

Travel Information
-Address: 59-29, Heyrimaeul-gil, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
- Tel.: +82-70-8778-3100
- Opening Hours: 09:00-22:00
- Menu: Kiss Ring garlic bread, Kiss Ring blueberry bread, etc.


 

Course 5.

 

Ryoo Jae-eun Bakery, a specialty in Provence made with an Authentic French Taste

Let’s leave Heyri and visit the Ryoo Jae-eun Bakery, which makes a representative delicacy of Provence. If Kiss Ring bread is a kind of pastry with garlic butter, the garlic bread of Ryoo Jae-eun Bakery is the common baguette-style garlic bread. This great bread’s key point is to eliminate the odor of garlic with condensed milk, basil and parsley, and is sold right after it’s baked. The plain bread containing lots of blueberries is also very popular.


Upper left: sweet breads with ice americano. / Lower left: a big piece of pizza bread. /right: a stylish cement wall of Ryoo Jae-eun Bakery
 

Travel Information

-Address: 265, Yopung-gil, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
- Tel.: +82-31-944-8107 

- Opening Hours: 09:00-22:00
- Menu: Garlic bread, blueberry plain bread, cream sauce ciabatta pizza, bacon roll, etc.
- TIP: Ryoo Jae-eun Bakery shops are also situated at the entrance to Provence and in Heyri (34-1, Heyrimaeul-gil, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do). 
 


Course 6.


Provence Village, in search of the romance of a village in France

The village has an exotic atmosphere with charming European-style pastel-colored buildings that shakes women’s hearts. This emotional culture town filled with fashion shops, prop shops and galleries is even more beautiful at nighttime thanks to the splendid lighting. The garden in the center is always crowded with people taking photos, while the frescos and sculptures make the village look even more romantic. It takes about 20 minutes to walk from Heyri to Provence along the Garosugil (Heyri-ro) for about 10 minutes and then walk for 10 more minutes up the hill (Saeori-ro) on the right.

 

What a colorful houses in Provence Village

Travel Information

-Address: 69, Saeori-ro, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
- Tel.: +82-31-946-6353

- Home page: www.provence.town

 



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Useful Tips for Walking Tourists


TIP 1. Don’t miss this place! The Museum of Modern History of Korea

Filled with old props from the basement to the third floor, the Museum of Modern History of Korea exhibits replicas of a pawnshop, radio shop, typewriter class, etc. that were common sights on the streets several decades ago. Visitors will have an interesting time regardless of their age at the museum, which has become a popular place in Heyri. You can experience wearing an old school uniform and take photos.

 

Travel Information

-Address: 59-85 Heyrimaeul-gil, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju, Gyeonggi-do

- Tel.: +82-31-957-1125
- Opening Hours: Weekdays 09:30~18:00; Weekends 09:30~19:00 (Closed on Mondays)
- Admission: Adults KRW 7,000, KRW Children 5,000
- Home Page: www.kmhm.or.kr

TIP 2. Package tour and free tour bus

There are ticket offices at Gates 1 and 4 of Heyri. A package ticket including the museum, art center and tour bus is currently on sale at a reduced price. The mini tour bus, an electric vehicle, is the most convenient and comfortable way to enjoy Heyri. It is also possible to buy tickets at each exhibition center.


TIP 3. Heyri Ceramics School, try your hand at making and painting pottery

Let’s enjoy making a beautiful artwork with clay in Heyri, a town of art and romance. The Heyri Ceramics School provides you with an opportunity to make pottery using all five senses. The school is the largest in Heyri, and can accommodate up to 400 people at the same time. If you are short of time, you can choose short program; drawing pictures on ready-made ceramic mug cups or dishes, or coloring them. Visitors can experience the fun and excitement of making cups or dishes by turning the pottery wheel as well.

 

 

Heyri Ceramics School

-Address: 1F, THE STEP building, 1652-34, Beopheung-ri, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do

-Tel.: +82-31-941-2042

-Opening Hours: Weekdays 10:00~17:00; Saturday 10:00~17:00 (Advanced reservations are required for weekdays; Closed on Sundays)

-Admission: Pottery wheel KRW 20,000, Hand painting KRW 15,000

-Home Page: www.ceramicschool.co.kr

Left: the Museum of Modern History of Korea reenacting acutal the old Korea buildings. / Right: Dona Dona Tour bus run  Heyri  village