This was a fun and scenic place to visit. You can't go in the cottages as they are peoples' homes but you can walk the street and get a feel for an older way of life. The wishing tree is a place where you can...More
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I went to this attraction by bus 46. The bus was delayed by about 15 minutes. No English signs in the bus. Fortunately, passangers gave me a hint when to get off. Foreigners pay higher price (3 500 KRW) than locals. You have to take...More
Overnight accomodation in this village is quite pricey for 1-2 person traveller but it's worth it for 6-8 person because it's in house unit.. Some guesthouse allowed you to cook(outsite the room off course). it's quite and peacefull at night.
Popularly known as the birth of Korea's Confucianism, this village is being preserved for its thatched-roof houses and villages. It's in a picturesque setting and quite beautiful during cherry blossom season.
We visited Hahoe Folk Village as part of a group trip. This is a World Heritage site, and parts of it were very interesting and beautiful, but we were bothered by the sight of AC units, satellite dishes and clothing hanging on the lines. There...More
if you have visited other traditional village then there is nothing special about this place though the setting is very peaceful and relaxing. We took a taxi to get here as there was no tourist info center at the bus terminal and took us a...More
The village is easily accessible by public bus from Andong bus or train station (#46). Foreigners have to pay 3000 Won but unfortunately we were very disappointed. Most houses are "private" so owners don't you allow to enter. The rest are locked up or just...More
A few quasi traditional homes clustered into a village with most yards locked so nothing to see that is educational at all. The riparian setting is lovely even in early spring before the blossoms but quite far from the town - 45min by bus.
my visit to this Folk Village didn't disappoint. took the bus from Seoul and stayed a night at Andong city - was meant to stay at their Hanok Village but i was glad i didn't.. although a great place to visit during the day, it...More
It is a really nice place. We enjoyed seeing the local Korean culture here in this village. A place worth visiting.