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Paju Provence Village, Paju
(3/5 based on 55 reviews on the web)
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  • Want to go see photos here on the Internet and finally went today. Korean friend "probanssmaul not see anything, I do not recommend at all" and was I wanted to say, but wanted to go is still 1. Actually go the site was just there are cafes, restaurants, grocery stores, a place. Found out why did not recommend friends. However, I think that how buildings are colorful and cute, photogenic views. I think, to put it as instagram. There were a lot of couples had there is a famous Café during the week. I small 1 time in the Café, and returned to Seoul. I think it is worth a visit once to my soul stays long, tired of the city.
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  • If you go with children is a very pleasant place. Of course, with a stream of foreign interest is also recommended. Baby shop and see the streets are a pleasure. Not just a bit off the beaten track is the floor seemed to need.
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  • Paju went to see the light Festival the Festival is only a bunch of bread bought a minute blah Pope is famous for its garlic bread is eaten the ball walk up using public transport, squealing, squealing buses, suffered from a cold day Shanxi get 200 times the heart I ~ ㅎ ㅎ
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  • Beautiful place to take pictures and special sweet garlic bread.
  • Not worth the 2 hours bus/rail trip.
  • No big deal. The obvious shops and winding streets
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  • Now I just feel like the commercial district so it has a free car park is not going to buy bread and aromatics ... Finally, the Netherlands is called a cookie or so. ..
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  • The color is so pretty and has been the development of commercial buildings
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