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We took a one day trip to Jeonju and visited the Hanbok Village. Compared with the hanbok area in Seoul, Jeonju Hanbok Village has lots of great food of different varieties. It’s certainly worth the visit. We stopped by many stalls and dine at a...More
Great views of the architecture. Near the outskirts are mini trails that elevate you above the Hanok village which gives you good views of the surrounding landscape. Great if you have a drone handy.
Great food and desserts like skewered cheese balls & the numerous...More
I had great time exploring the Hanok Village. It was great to see and experience former cultural and traditional Korean life. The architecture of the buildings are very picturesque. It’s easy to find yourself wandering through the streets simply enjoying the architecture. The many people...More
This has become a tourist trap, the houses look cool and there's a lot to see. But you have to look for it in between the souvenir shops and far from traditional food stands.. the road seems to be used as a racing track for...More
We took KTX from Seoul to Jeonju for a day trip. The main goal was to visit the Jeonju Hanok village. We took a taxi from the station to the village; it was about a 15 min. ride only. The hanok houses have been well...More
Modern Korea is very busy. People always seem to be in a hurry. A welcome contrast is Hanok village. The charming traditional houses, restaurants, shops and relaxed atmosphere offer you an interesting insight of Korean life, style and tradition. You will see many people walking...More
Jeonju is called a slow city by Korean people and I can see why. I live in Seoul and people there always move quickly and seem always busy while in Jeonju, especially the Hanok Village, people can enjoy the feel if traditional house and foods...More
Hi. Taxis can go as close as possible to most places. Some times, between the road and the entrance there are a few meters you need to walk. Ask the guest house owner how far is the door to the road....
Hi. I'm sorry for the delayed response. Jeonju is a great area with lots of sights for the whole family. We stayed at Gaeunchae Hanok and the owner speaks English and can give lots of hints where to go. I don't know if the... More
Hi. I'm sorry for the delayed response. Jeonju is a great area with lots of sights for the whole family. We stayed at Gaeunchae Hanok and the owner speaks English and can give lots of hints where to go. I don't know if the whole Hanok can accommodate 12 people but it's worth asking. I'm pretty sure he had about 5-6 rooms. Book asap wherever you decide to stay because 12 is a lot for most places to accommodate. Hope this helps... have a great time! It should be beautiful in May!