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Jeonju Hanok Village, Jeonju

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At Jeonju Hanok Village, you can get to know authentic Korean architecture by observing some of nearly 800 traditional hanok houses. The landmark of the village is a 15th-century shrine housing the portrait of King Taejo, the founder of the Joseon Dynasty. Other notable structures include a Confucian school, a majestic gate that once allowed entry into a castle, and a pavilion offering priceless views of the surrounding area. Don't leave before tasting bibimbap (mixed rice), the signature regional dish. Plan your visit to Jeonju Hanok Village and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Jeonju trip itinerary maker tool.
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  • I chose to come to Jeonju because of its traditional hanok village and I was not disappointed. It’s a right choice to do. I took KTX train from Seoul to Jeonju and continues by bus until arrived in... 
    I chose to come to Jeonju because of its traditional hanok village and I was not disappointed. It’s a right choice to do. I took KTX train from Seoul to Jeonju and continues by bus until arrived in...  more »
  • Yes, this “hanok village” is a touristic reconstruction, but while strolling among the hanoks (Korean traditional houses) you can feel and breath an atmosphere of intimacy and quiet. Nice for... 
    Yes, this “hanok village” is a touristic reconstruction, but while strolling among the hanoks (Korean traditional houses) you can feel and breath an atmosphere of intimacy and quiet. Nice for...  more »
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  • Great place! I'd recommend staying a night in a hanok to get the full experience. 24 hours here is more than enough. Go out for an early morning stroll if you can. Nobody out there and you can enjoy all of its beauty!
  • This scenic little village is not obscenely overpriced trying to fleece tourists on every corner. Everything is moderately priced and is more or less fine in that respect. You can walk around the whole place in about a day but i would recommend two days to have a couple of different lunches or dinners or go back to a place you really enjoyed the first day you arrived. My only complaint is everything shuts at 10pm 😃

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