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A small neighbourhood where various traditional houses were converted to shops, cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops. Quite an enjoyable place to explore as there are different things for you to do. There is also a preserved old house for visitors to see how it used...More
We visited on a weekend, and it was very crowded. Lines at some of the better known stores where they sell traditional Korean food. Nice traditional homes as well, and a few where we can visit. A good way to spend an hour or two.
maybe i went when everything was closed, i dont know. but i took the taxi from Bulguksa temple to try out a speciality restaurant in the village but sadly it was closed. everything else was closed. most of the locals were there in their hanboks...More
We stopped by on a Sunday afternoon and most of the shops were closed. There was still a lot of activity happening in the cafes and restaurants. A few free games for the kids to play. And this cute little cart being pulled by an...More