If purple is your favourite coloration, you’re actually going to find it irresistible right here.Banwol Island in South Korea is trending an Instagram-worthy day journey vacation spot for its eclectic violet theme, drawing 1000’s of home guests as worldwide journey is restricted throughout the coronavirus pandemic.  
Shades of the secondary hue dominate the isle within the South Jeolla Province, as seen throughout 400 purple rooftops.
(Visit Korea/YouTube)Shades of the secondary hue dominate the isle within the South Jeolla Province, from 400 purple rooftops to acres of lavender flowers and a picture-perfect, vivid purple bridge. The Korea Travel Post reviews that even signage and restaurant serveware all through the “half-moon island” are purple, too.TED CRUZ TAKES ILL-FATED CANCUN TRIP AS TOURISM AT MEXICO HOTSPOT EDGES TOWARDS PRE-PANDEMIC LEVELS
Only about 150 individuals stay on Banwol and the neighboring Bakji Island, lots of whom work in agriculture.
(Visit Korea/YouTube)According to The Sun, the purple paradise’s transformation started in 2015. Authorities painted 400 rooftops purple, additionally planting 230,000 sq. ft of lavender and 30,000 purple New England wildflowers. In a bid to spice up tourism, a resort, restaurant, café and bike rental store have additionally opened their doorways for enterprise. Only about 150 individuals stay on Banwol and the neighboring Bakji Island, lots of whom work in agriculture.Banwol lastly shot to stardom this summer season, with over 100,000 individuals reportedly visiting between June and August 2020, up 20% from the 12 months prior, as individuals caught nearer to residence within the combat towards COVID-19 and appeared for native amusements.
Well into the New Year, the plump paradise continues to pattern. 
(Visit Korea/YouTube)FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWSWell into the New Year, the plump paradise continues to pattern. As seen on Instagram, a very standard place for an image is the Cheonsa Bridge, which connects Banwol with Bakji.Like an up and coming attraction, admission is charged – Travel Post reviews that it prices about $2.70 per grownup to enter Banwol Island.