Located at the foot of the Hannah Mountains, the city folk village has been designated as an important cultural heritage protected by the government because of its complete preservation of the original features of the ancient villages. Being in the folk village, it seems that the simplicity of the age of Jeju, which crowded through time and space, reappeared yesterday through the city walls. Only in front of each thatched house, there were windbreak walls around these dark molten rocks, though sparse. Ancient Jeju people who could not push down the cracks in the stone wall and were wind-proof were still very clever because of their position. In the stone wall, only buckwheat, summer orange, pumpkin and persimmon were found in the stone wall, which was disadvantageous to the volcanic geology. Dolharubang, the symbol of Jeju Island, was a volcanic stone sculpture. It is said that it is good to touch Grandpa Stone at the entrance to the garden. It's very interesting that the houses in folk villages have no gates, only a few sticks and a stick to represent their masters working in the nearby fields. There are children shouting at home or two sticks to show that the masters have to go home in the evening to work in distant places. If there is no wooden stick at the door, it means that someone at home welcomes the low thatched cottage, the beech stone, the water bottle and the bamboo basket. Once the big kitchens, the gentle kittens, the hideous black hairy pigs are all interesting.
Chengyi Folklore Village is located in Cheju Prefecture, Jeju Island. It maintains the life style of the ancient civilian families in Jeju Island. It can vividly experience the customs and dialects of Jeju Island. It is a folk village that completely preserves the Korean tradition. At the same time, it is also a scenic spot for Korean drama Dachangjin. Because of its location on Jezhou Island, the folk villages in Chengyi also fully reflect the unique residential culture of Jezhou Island. Here you can see the seemingly sparse windshield wall (black lava rock), the straight and curved "Olay" (narrow alley) built to prevent the wind from entering the inner room directly, and the stone statue (Dolharubang), which became the symbol of Jeju Island. Among the unique things of Jeju Island, the black-haired indigenous pigs and "Tongxi" (pigsty and toilet) are particularly famous. The native pig here is very famous for its rich nutrition and delicious meat. There are many traditions that are rare in modern society, which add a few different flavors.
With group tours, in fact, it is a shopping spot. Tourist guides in the scenic spot first tell you some customs of Jeju Island, the names and stories of the relationship between the characters, about 30 minutes. After that, I went to the thatched cottage. There were seven rows of benches in it. On the long table in front, there were various commodities, such as horse bone meal and horse oil. After introducing each product, I gave you a trial quotation. It must be expensive.
The city folk village, as a whole, has been designated as an important folklore material, preserving intact the original life of the old Jeju people. Now there are still residents living in it, which is different from ordinary folk villages. The villagers are sincere, warm-hearted and hospitable. Chartered car is no exception - Shanjun is inseparable - Ecoland theme park, back to Jizhou City, just 9 hours. Business car three people sit very spacious, the driver is very friendly.
Tickets: Free. A stormy day begins in a folk village. The environment here is still very good. It is said that Da Changjin's shooting here is actually an invisible consumption point. He will recommend horse bone meal, Schisandra tea and honey. But here I learned how to identify pure natural honey. That honeycomb honey is amazing.
The booked chartered one-day tour takes us to a place where the pattern of an old-fashioned village restores the ancient life of Jeju Island. There are also free Chinese guides, explaining local customs and cultures, and selling some local specialties such as horse oil and honey. Every village has a black hairy pig that tastes great.
In the folk village of the city, the lecturer is very interesting. The camellia tree at the entrance is very beautiful. Dachangjin, the place where the story of catching evil spirits was filmed, is worth listening to for its history and culture. These huts here are inhabited by villagers.
The aunt who led the team in the local folk village of Jeju Island led us to touch the stone hero's blessing in Chinese. She also told us the story of judging the owner's absence by looking at the sticks across the door without locking the door, but without remembering it, she knew that it was rainy and humid and the scenery was beautiful.