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.
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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.
The Hanok Village, which exudes romance, is located in the area of Fengnan-dong and Jong-dong in Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, South Korea. It houses more than 800 Korean traditional Korean houses. Jeonju Hanok Village, which is hidden in the ever-changing modern city, is famous for its preservation of the traditional features. The structure of Hanok exudes the taste of nature from material to structure, following the traditional architectural style, the beams of Hanok, The doors and floors are made of natural wood and are structurally strong. The wall is made of a mixture of mud and straw and is well ventilated. The windows of Hanok are usually made of panes first, then Korean paper, which is not only good for lighting, but also easy to switch. In the traditional Hanok, in the winter, the fire is warmed up in the stove, and in the summer, the floor is laid on the stone, which is moisture-proof and ventilated. The outdoor courtyard and the soy sauce basin add a touch of simplicity and secluded beauty to the ancient Han Dynasty. Walking along the streets of Hanok Village, I feel that time has become slow.