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Seongeup Folk Village

Seong-eup-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Jeju, Jeju Island 699-912, South Korea
+82 64-787-1179
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“nice village” (4 reviews)
“old village” (3 reviews)
“small hut” (3 reviews)
Seong-eup-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Jeju, Jeju Island 699-912, South Korea
+82 64-787-1179
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1 - 10 of 197 reviews

Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Came here by tour, would only recommend if someone is explaining the history of the village to you. The price of the products they sell maybe slightly overpriced so so take note.

Thank Goh J
Reviewed 7 September 2017

We were driving along and happened to pass by the Folk Village. We completed this attraction in 5 mins, because we were not really keen in the fake traditional village. Unless you are with a tour group, there are no guided tour here.

Thank secatos
Reviewed 10 August 2017 via mobile

Yes, you can have chance to see the Korean old houses. However, there is nothing much for you to visit. No tourist information or any other services around. We take a long bus to reach there and go back in 10 minutes then.

Thank Bich D
Reviewed 11 July 2017

Spent about 3 hours here one afternoon and was very happy with the overall visit. A full display of buildings, traditional way of life, farm areas, gardens and other typical tourist information, shops and food areas give the whole village a unique attraction for everyone....More

1  Thank Mandy L
Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

I don't understand the hype of this place. Maybe it's because I went on a Sunday and no one was around, but I walked around for about an hour and there wasn't much to see. The small houses are cute and it's interesting to read...More

Thank Amanda G
Reviewed 27 May 2017 via mobile

Coming from India this doesn't look much of a village. Yes there are huts but it's all too neat and clean . Some huts have split ACs too. It's a nice setting but I would have preferred seeing another beach or a natural site vs...More

1  Thank JI009
Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

Interesting but not a must. The village tries to explore the way of life in the past. Not to impressive.

Thank menachemle
Reviewed 16 May 2017

We got a very nice tour from a local resident who spoke fairly good English. It was very interesting to see how the huts were designed and the durability of the thatch roofs. There was a sales pitch to buy some locally made tea and...More

Thank Sue M
Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

500 years okd village worth to see it. Do not miss oportunity to visit it. Next time I will come again.

Thank Daniel L
Reviewed 13 May 2017 via mobile

I liked the walk on the small streets among small houses without chimneys. It was a protection against pirates in the past. We were group so no local guide came to sell us whatever.

1  Thank Michaela B
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Adeline S
20 January 2017|
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Response from ChloeLau | Reviewed this property |
I am not sure if you have tried them, and would like to buy more? I really don't think it is a mass production. It looks like a small scale business. However, we think they do sell these at the local market. They are all in... More
27 April 2015|
Response from Ninapun |
From our tour last week ,the tour guide gave us omija tea which is made from fermented berries, and pitched to us at the end of the tour for about 40 dollars per box