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Jeonju Hanok Village, Jeonju
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At Jeonju Hanok Village, you can get to know authentic Korean architecture by observing some of nearly 800 traditional hanok houses. The landmark of the village is a 15th-century shrine housing the portrait of King Taejo, the founder of the Joseon Dynasty. Other notable structures include a Confucian school, a majestic gate that once allowed entry into a castle, and a pavilion offering priceless views of the surrounding area. Don't leave before tasting bibimbap (mixed rice), the signature regional dish. Before you head to Jeonju, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Jeonju family vacation planner, to make sure you see all that Jeonju has to offer, including Jeonju Hanok Village.
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  • Can spend a relaxing and enjoyable afternoon there for tea and coffee. Also can hire traditional Korean clothing for taking photos and walking in street. Also motocyle for rent but I don't like the id...  more »
  • Seoul Yongsan station on the KTX Jeolla line went. Jeonju station to check in their luggage and in a taxi to the Jeonju Hanok Village (6.900 won) was hope travel map at the tourist office, once the Hanok Village. You can buy the original Jeonju Choco PNB is Jeonju station, but not cheap. The station is one of 2.000 won the Hanok Village was 1.600 won. Ginkgo biloba, clean. It is recommended at this time. Rent in the hanbok was 5.000~20.000 won in 30 minutes. Memories of the trip we stroll in hanbok. I was wearing a South Korean tourists. Hamaguchi goryou wooden stand is located in Hill Road 中韓屋 can offer. Also, take your shoes off, installing the rest and it was perfect. Hamaguchi goryou wooden stand is a banquet celebrating the victory over Yi Seong-Gye. So I usually get so far. ☺ have pear trees stand across the viaduct across the road. Turn the lever to the left two 500 won per Hanok Village Hotel fortune. Red ball came left a hammer, so look around and written in Hangul only, had no clue this is memories of the trip. So I went on Monday, holiday offers, but fewer people, was quiet. On Fridays and Saturdays like be 10000 won for foreigners-only bus.
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  • The beautiful Hanok is a place filled with finish and lends itself to a lot of places to ride a time machine in the past come to time travel seems to be an accident in the former beauty of Hanok Korean traditional houses is a motorized Cathedral at
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  • It's an ok place when compared to other folk villages in Korea. Somewhat commercialised with most hanoks now turned into hanokstays or food stores. Need to be careful of the two wheelers that whiz around the village. Parking can be a problem.
  • The architecture of the building is beuatiful and the place is clean. Too bad the village is not that big. You can only explore small area
  • Small hanok village keeping the look and atmosphere of the traditional Korea. It is the main touristic attraction of jeonju. Plenty of restaurants, shops to rent hanbok, guesthouses with the appearance of hanok....
  • Overall very nice! I stayed at a cheaper place with less amenities, but allowed for more spending on the great food here. Truly a food capital of Korea
  • Really interesting place to stay...night stay in traditional korean homes is a great learning. ..there is an opportunity to wear korean folk dresses...the food is delicious here....a park where silla dynasty archives are stored is near this village...the archives are a UNESCO world heritage site