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Hahoe Village Market

Hahoe Village Market

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Business hours TBA (Local time)
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"You can get to Hahoe village (Hahoe village) by taking a bus from the Andong Railway Station. It takes about an hour. The bus stops at the ticket office of the village. You need to buy tickets here and then use the shuttle bus to enter the village. Tickets for foreigners are more expensive than Koreans, 3000 won per person. There is a market at the ticket office where you can eat the famous Andong chicken and grilled pickled tuna. They are huge and super delicious. It takes about 1-2 minutes to get to the village inside by taking the shuttle bus. It's just one road, and you can start to tour after going along. Most of the old houses are occupied by locals, but they are not open to the public. But wandering in such a well-preserved village, it does feel like crossing. From thatched houses, mud houses to wooden courtyards, it is very interesting to see the different living environments of different classes 600 years ago. If you have watched the Korean drama "Miss Hello", you should feel more about this place. It is entirely in the style of ancient times, and it is well preserved and it is worth learning from some domestic departments. There are also traditional mask dance performances here regularly. That mask is the wooden mask of many Korean souvenirs. At first glance, I feel quite scared @-@. It is worth seeing if you have the opportunity. It takes about two hours for the entire village to watch the main scenic spots. It should be longer if you watch it all. In addition, although the reputation here is not high, I feel that it is really more authentic and pure than the Hanok Village in Seoul. I hardly saw other foreigners when I came."