Liangdong Village is surrounded by mountains and rivers. It was the place where the "Liangban" aristocrats of the upper class (Sun and Lee) lived. There are still more than 150 houses from the Joseon era, and most of them are still there. Someone lives in it. The houses on the mountain are blue-tile houses, which are the places where the nobles live, and the houses under the mountain are the thatched houses where the common people live.
Liangdong Village is mainly inhabited by the Sun and Li clans. The Sun clan of Wolseong in the early Joseon Dynasty joined the Lijiang Li clan. After that, the two clans lived together in seclusion and spent nearly 500 years here. In the Joseon Dynasty, the innocent official Yujae Sun Joong-dun and the sexologist Li Yandi were all born here. Yangdong Village, South Korea’s largest village in the Joseon Dynasty, was included in the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List on July 21, 2010.
I have lived in the city for a long time, so I often look forward to the Tao Qian-style life: living in a human environment, without the noise of carriages and horses, but also enjoy the fun of the pastoral, daily morning rejoices can be handled, and you can also pick chrysanthemums under the east fence. Bringing the moon and lotus to return at night, seven or eight stars outside the sky, two or three o'clock in front of the rain, how detached. Yangdong Village in Gyeongju is such a village that can give people a sense of detachment and real life pleasure.
When I came to Liangdong, I thought this was the place I wanted to see. Many hanoks here are still inhabited. They refuse to do business. There are not many shops and restaurants. In order to maintain the original appearance, it is still a sandy road. It is very simple and laid back here.
It’s not the same as imagined, the evaluation is quite good, but after going there, it feels good. It’s a little bit worse than imagined, but it’s good to get a feel for it. There will be a Chinese explanation here. Go to the case in time. Just ask in the hut. What we saw was only about one-third, and heard from the people in the village that it would take 3 days to walk around. The sister who will follow the explanation will look at the four houses that have been preserved since then. The others were burned down during the war. Although there were not many cars to go there, the glass in the house was in the case. The time is posted on it. If you are leaving from Yangdong Village to other places, you can wait 10 to 20 minutes before the station. Although there is a gap, it will only take a few minutes, which is not so inconvenient. Encountered a Taiwanese on the road. She said that they went to the small pavilion in the case near the train station and told them to go to Liangdong Village, and the sister carefully posted the time for them.
Although it belongs to Gyeongju, it is very close to Pohang City. Take the 600 or 700 road to the entrance of the village, and there is still some distance to walk in. If there are a few people in the same group, it will take about ten minutes to take a taxi from Pohang University of Technology. They are all traditional Korean houses, which are world cultural heritages and are worth visiting.
Kingzhou, the capital of the Silla Dynasty, is a quiet city and is known as the cradle of ancient Korean civilization. It has three world heritage sites, namely the historic site of Kingzhou, the historical village of Korea (Liangdong and Hehui Villages) and the Buddhist temple and grotto. Prince Charles of England is said to have visited the village of Liangdong. Take the Metro Line 1 to Laozhao Station (Eastern Long-distance Bus Station) in Busan and take a bus to Qingzhou for an hour, 4800 won per person. The high-speed train from Qingzhou to Seoul is just over two hours. We live near the Qingzhou bus station, bus terminals to a lot of information online to Liangdong Village there are several buses. We asked several people, a driver suggested that we take the 203 road, bibihua, told us that after getting off the other trains, we have to walk about 1 km, the 203 road can be directly arrived, the latest train is 12:30 noon. Qingzhou bus can also use the Korean traffic recharge card. After getting on the bus, about 40 minutes to the village entrance, tickets per person 4000 won, sent to the atlas, with Chinese. The official website of the Republic of Korea said, Liangdong Village is the oldest of the Korean clan villages, and is also the early period of the formation of the clan villages typical of the period. The village buildings adapt to the hot and humid summer, the cold and dry winter climate, the building structure also follows the Confucian ritual. The building structure is for the ancestral hall, the residence, the pavilion, the academy, the book house. The surrounding agricultural land and natural landscape are still picturesque, and many cultural heritages such as etiquette, games, works and works of art are still well spread. The village follows the traditional feng shui principle, the village fully combines the function and the ornamentality, and also completely preserves the Korean Confucian scholar's academic literature and cultural artwork, as well as the traditional family etiquette and the characteristic village rites and other cultural heritage. http://chinese.visitkorea.or.kr/chs/CU/CU_CHG_3_4_3_0.jsp Liangdong Village has more than 150 old houses, which are typical Korean traditional villages formed in the 15th – 16th century. They have lived in the Sun and Li family in Yuecheng for generations. The high-rise and black-tiled brick houses are family names or wealthy houses, but most are earth walls and thatched dome houses. We visited along the signs, small villages are located in the valley, blue sky and white clouds, along the winding mountain road, birds and flowers, the villages presented to tourists are like a paradise, quaint, quiet, beautiful, I am very impressed that for hundreds of years Korea has preserved such a complete size of the village. Most of the old houses still live in the villagers, but did not see young people, almost all the old people, saw two children riding bicycles. The old houses in the yard with a hand pressure well, Korean-style large iron pot, piles of wooden triplets. In the house is a porridge, with a chimney connected. The most dazzling is the jar, almost all the size of the kimchi jar in front of the door. Met a hostess is open the sauce jar for large sauce. I greeted her and tasted a little. The sauce is oily, with crushed bean valves, very fresh. I asked her how she made it, and she said, beans, salt, put it in the jar. Although she doesn't speak much English, the traditional way of making it is simple, and I can understand it. Some villagers have their doors open, their legs cross around the table for tea, some pour on the fence for rest, and some rest.
Liangdong Village-This village is a geomantic place, I believe it too! Seeing those plants grow so well and feel very comfortable! There are many famous scholars in this village, and the whole village is like a "don't"! Hahaha