Jeonju Hanok Village is a dense hanok street located in Gyo-dong and Pungnam-dong, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do. Jeollabuk-do and Jeonju are located in the southern part of Korea and are about three hours away by car from Seoul.

Jeonju Hanok Village is a representative tourist destination in Jeonju, including hanok buildings, Gyeonggijeon Hall, Jeonjuhyanggyo Local Confucian School, Hanbyeokdang, Omokdae, Imokdae, and Jeondong Cathedral.

It is the driving force that allowed Jeonju City to become a tourist destination, and the area of the nearby old city center is being developed together by being tied up with historical and cultural belts. There is also a place where hanbok is rented nearby, so it is not difficult to find tourists wearing hanbok in Hanok Village.

Jeonju Hanok Village, which retains its old things in a rapidly changing city, is famous as a place where you can taste the old tradition of Korea. The beauty of Jeonju Hanok Village is, above all, on the beautiful roof line of Hanok.

It is the characteristic and stylish of hanok that the roof is slightly toward the sky. The structure of hanok is largely divided into main quarters and men's quarters. Anchae is a place where women stay, and there is Gyusubang, and Sarangchae is a place used by men and consists of Seonbibang.

Hanok has each characteristic because the activities of men and women are divided. Among them, the main house is located in the most secret and deep place because it is a place where women live.

Another characteristic of hanok is the ondol room. In Korea, people usually sit and live, so they spread ondol on the floor. The structure of the ondol is to make a furnace outside the room and heat the ondol when it fires under the furnace (inside the furnace. The biggest feature of ondol is that it is cool in summer and warm in winter.

If you go to Jeonju Hanok Village, there is a separate Hanok Living Experience Center. You can also experience ondol rooms directly at Seonbibang and Gyusubang in the Hanok Living Experience Center. During the hanok life experience, the traditional Korean food served here is placed in a traditional bowl to add taste and taste.

Jeonju Hanok Village is a place where you can experience two experiences: living in person and tasting Jeonju Bibimbap, which is famous for its deliciousness.

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