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Located on the edge of the Jeonju Hanok Village is this most impressive and distinctly different style of architecture, this Catholic church was built between 1908 and 1914. The architectural style is described as Roman-Byzantine, the rooftop has three Byzantine bell towers, it was particularly...More
Right by the hanok village, it is actually the bus stop we got off at from the station. The church has a few statues outside and does have some charm however Jeonju is more famous for the Hanok village.
The door always seems to be closed. I wanted to go inside the church and pray, but everytime I passed by, the door is always closed. I guess I should have gone and looked. But outside, the structure us veey attractive. Next time, I'll definitely...More
Among the many christian churches you see will travelling through Korea, this one is particular: a roman catholic church with a traditional European style architecture. I was there on a Sunday and Koreans queued up for photo taking. Inside the church it was quite and...More
Amongst the traditional architecture in the area, sits this beautiful old church which is very popular with the locals as it's "different" with plenty of people, both young and old posing and taking photos.
Because of the novelty factor of being so foreign resulting in...More