Seongam Town next to Daebudo Island had the sad history in the past but now became a popular tourist attraction. Thus, the aim of the project in 2015 continued as the project in 2012’s based on its touristic character: installing familiar and easy images on every corner of the town. In 2012, Seongam Town became more pleasant and clean from the Seongam Town Project as a part of the Town Regeneration Project; the general color of the town was improved and wall paintings were done. In 2015, the fishing village, located in the corner of Seongam Town and run the fishing village experiencing program for tourists, needed more improvement so the run-down signs of tractors were redesigned with thick sticker papers in various colors and the several signs of the town on roads were repaired. This Color Reform Project was a part of Agitart Project 2015 aiming participations of local residents. The wall paintings on two sites and the five signs of tractors from the Seongam Town Project 2012 were repaired with local residents for the new project. First, for the Color Reform Project, a meeting about a concept and design started with authorities of the fishing village. I was thankful to local residents’ unexpected enthusiasm. Many meetings needed to be followed until the final design came out and sketching base on the final design began. When the project started in earnest, several local residents showed great interests and the manager and office manager of the fishing village gave great supports to the project. Of course, it was not easy due to the schedule and some conditions but the manager and office manager, who were almost like artists now, remained till the end. Also, the town supplied materials for coating in order to prevent peeling off and rust and the manager and office manager painted for coating by themselves. I had concerned about the follow-up management and improvement plan as the project went on but after seeing local residents’ enthusiastic participations, I could carefully conclude that the wall paintings and the management of them may successfully settle down. After the tractor work, the walls decorated with thick sticker papers in various colors from the project 2012 were in tatters so needed a repair. First, the existing stickers were tore down and the walls were painted and reformed with painting of clouds as a point. Then, the wall painting, done by participants of the GCC education program as a part of the program in the past on the retaining wall at the number six Haesolgil-Trail, had been faded so needed to be painted over and repainted with images that remind the town and related images of Daebudo Island like onomatopoeia, crowds, seagulls, island and etc. in a cartoon-like style based on the 80’s holiday poster. I hereby finished the Color Reform Project and saw that the town has a more vibrant atmosphere.