Namcheon bridge connects Jeonju Hanok Village and Seohak-dong, located over the Jeonju River in Jeonju city. This is an arc shaped bridge and on its top it has a traditional korean structure for resting, with 10 pillars from the front and 3 from the side, suiting the style of the traditional village located just after crossing this bridge. Built during the 18th century, it received its final restoration during 2009. Perfect for visiting during a hot Jeonju summer.
#merrychristmas #travelinspiration #historicallandmarks #scenicspotguide
Welcome to the best Hanok Village I’ve ever seen in Korea: Jeonju Hanok Village. Located in the west-center of South Korea, this village counts with more than 700 traditional houses. The city is modernized but this area remains in the past, and it’s perfect to wear traditional dress, buy some souvenirs and get some good merchandise in their different stores. Add this city to your list when visiting Korea, you won’t regret it.
#merrychristmas #seoultravel #traditionalculture #korea #southkoreatravel #southkorea
Explore the Hanok Village in Jeonju | The Shochu Museum and the fun experience
is rich in cultural history. Unlike high-rise buildings in major cities in North America, South Korea still retains the experience of mountain temples and traditional Korean houses. Craft special shochu, spicy and delicious kimchi, all have separate themed museums.
Address: Jeonju Hanok Village, Jeonju, Korea
Retro cafe with super high value |
I saw this cafe with a lot of old objects in the whole state, and I fell in love with it. From wooden rocking chairs to gorgeous chandeliers, it reminds me of the time in old Shanghai.
The old piano is in the doorway, and the old photos of black and white are hung in the brick wall. Drinking a cup of coffee is also a great treat.