This is a three-story stone-carved gate that shows the architectural art of the Joseon Dynasty. The pillars at the end and the pillars at the lower end are connected together. They were burned and rebuilt. It has a history of more than 200 years. The middle door is the Rainbow Gate. This is the last day of the year. Big clock events will be held, but unfortunately you can't climb the tower, the whole building is very magnificent. Behind the door is a traditional house, which is quaint and next to the market. It is very lively and you can feel it.
[Slow Travel Korea, Jeonju] Phongnammun Gate, not far from Hanok Village, is also a place to visit. It is a three-story stone-carved gate that showcases the architectural art of the Joseon Dynasty. This gate was built at the end of the Goryeo Dynasty and is the only gate among the four gates. It was burnt down, rebuilt in 1768, and is now listed as a historical relic.
Phongnammun Gate, designated as the treasure No. 308, was built in the middle of Joseon and is the southern gate of the ancient Jeonju city. During the Imjin Japanese Rebellion (war caused by the invasion of foreign enemies between 1592 and 1598), Fengnan Gate was damaged and the existing building was rebuilt in 1978. Fengnan Gate is a heavy gate, with Rainbow Gate in the middle. Surrounded by the city wall in front of the city gate, it is very majestic. If you pass by, you can go and see it, there is no need to go in particular.
The ancient city gate reads "Fengnanmen" on one side and "The First City in Hunan" on the other. Asked which lake the tour guide Hunan refers to, she said that there is no lake, it is just the area of the guide department. I mumbled in my heart, thinking that there should be a lake. But regardless of it, Fengnanmen is beautiful in the afterglow of the autumn sunset and the surrounding ginkgo trees.
The night market is every Friday and six or two, most of them are Korean locals, the snacks are very special, the people are very large, the food is delicious. There are a few young people who are great. The musket barbecue in the Department of Cooking at Jeju University is very thick and very real.
The quaint gates are magnificent, just next to Hanwu Village, worth a look.