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Yangdong Folk Village, Gyeongju
Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Take a break from modern life at Yangdong Folk Village, a village that remains frozen in time. Set up during the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), the village typifies the local culture, in which both spiritual and physical development rule. Visit the academies and study halls to experience the academic life of China’s students of the time, or relax at one of the many pavilions scattered across the village. Lush vegetation surrounds the village, making it a perfect spot to kick back and enjoy the scenery. Make Yangdong Folk Village a part of your Gyeongju vacation plans using our Gyeongju vacation builder.
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Hier fühlt man sich in eine andere Zeit versetzt. Ein Dorf als Sehenswürdigkeit, schon etwas besonderes / schräges. Aber auf jeden Fall ein Besuch wert. Etwas durch das Dorf schlendern und die Ruhe ge... read more »Here, you feel transported to another time in one. A village as a tourist attraction, something special / weird. But definitely worth a visit. Little stroll around the village and enjoy the tranquility.show original
До деревни легко добраться на автобусе 203. Остановка находится на шоссе в ста метрах направо от автовокзала. Автобусы ходят приблизительно раз в полтора часа. Ехать минут тридцать. На полпути справа ... read more »The village is easily reached by bus 203. The stop is located on the highway a hundred meters from the bus station. Buses run approximately every half hour. Thirty minutes to go. Halfway on the right saw several outlets. In front of the village there is a small museum with large models of houses. Admission is 4 thousand won. Village living, with the school. The House is of two types-with thatched and tiled roof. The second most. When a good one-House with tile roof the same type. Roof gable roof. The walls around the stations also covered the same tiles. Most of the homes people live. Those not living-there are orchards, which handle incoming Koreans. The village is situated on a mountain slope, so you have something to climb, then drop a bit. Didn't like that is not clearly marked houses that can be seen, no arrows pointing where to go. Through the village flows the stream with clear water in which fish swim. Saw a small snake which is gone in a vegetable garden. Exploring the village, you can spend 2-3:00. In advance it is necessary to calculate the time to catch the public bus.show original
Avevo letto parecchio su questi tipici villaggi coreani e avevo pianificato di visitarne altri lungo il viaggio in Corea. Visto questo però abbiamo deciso di saltare gli altri. Interessanti sì, ma anc... read more »I had read a lot about these Korean villages and I planned to visit others along the journey to Korea. Saw this but we decided to skip the others. Interesting Yes, but also very similar to certain villages that can be found in our mountains. No building stands for some specialties. More interesting around the Group of houses at the bottom left of the entrance. Up to 18 you pay an entrance fee, after is free.show original
The largest traditional village in korea Nice time to spend
warning Monday 博物館 是 關閉的 😔
Pedro CavadaIt is a typical Korean, well maintained and where you can see the House and forms of living people hundreds of years ago. This ready to show visitors. In fact to get you have to pay 2000 won... It is worth to spend a morning in the village and surrounding area.show original
남현수92-year-old guest host Grandma sipping a cup of locally-brewed sake that the fence directly from God .... Kite-leaf rice is delicious and a great experience.show original
주인장 부산 게스트하우스 소소한Activities in the attractions than you think.show original
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