A Touch of Greece in South Korea: Blue Crystal Village

If you’re currently looking for things to do or see that aren’t so far away from Pyeongtaek, I highly suggest Blue Crystal Village. A Mediterranean-themed village located in Asan which is about a short 30 minute drive.

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Address: Blue Crystal Village / Asan Jijunghae Village.  (Click here to navigate with WAZE)

Admission Fees: Free!

Parking: There are free parking spaces available around the area. It can get a little packed during the weekends though. We went on a Saturday and it was full. The spaces are also tight (just like any other parking lots out here) if you’re someone with a bigger car.

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There’s cafes, restaurants and stores throughout and aside from the village itself, you can also stroll around and find lots of things to do since its located downtown.

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First things first, Daiso.

I highly suggest checking the weather before you go since the area isn’t covered and it would suck if it starts raining. We only spent about 2 hours here since it was kind of a last minute decision but aside from eating at the restaurants/cafes, that’s pretty much all the time you need. It’s not something to spend your whole day at so I recommend planning something else to do after checking this place out.

I definitely plan on coming back here to grab dinner since all the lights around the area are pretty at night.

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