Originally built in the early 20th century as a railroad, the Suyanggae Light Tunnel in Danyang, South Korea has transformed into a multi-media tunnel and light park.
Re-opened in July 2017, it has become one of Danyang’s top tourist destinations. Just outside the Suyanggae Prehistory Museum is the entrance to the beautiful light garden.
The interior space of the tunnel was remodeled into a passageway of spectacular lights, sparkling mirrors and dancing music.
Once you come out of the tunnel, you walk into a path that leads you to a secret garden with 50,000 illuminated roses.
The cold quiet night sparkled with happy colors. It was such a romantic set-up, I couldn’t help but look for love. 😱 Haha.
Thanks to my 3 pilot-friends who brought me to the light that night. They yanked me out of the house, 1 drove the car, 1 paid the entrance fee and 1 toured me inside (while the others waited inside the car). So sweet these guys. Kamsahamnida, oppas!<3
Watch us walk through the lights in 60 seconds…