It's too commercialised, shops everywhere. Shops are more attractive than culture. I'm not very impressed.
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Has quite a bit to see and do. It is a real village with current residents living beside attractions and museums for tourists. They offer workshops for several traditional arts like calligraphy, knot tying, arts and crafts for a reasonable price. I regret not planning...More
From Gyeongbokgung Palace we walked to Bukchon Hanok Village. We got lost and good thing we found information center where they give you a map but they don't speak a lick of english. There are 2 areas of the village and we chose the left...More
Came here early before I went to Gyeongbokgung Palace. The area is so photogenic, everywhere is a photo spot. As it is a residential area, there are signs urging tourists to keep the noise level down. It is a refreshing experience seeing how old Korean...More
this place is private quarters for many locals so behave, be quiet and respectful. similar to walking through a french village, you could take photos of the unique architecture. bring good cameras. one of the road has namsan tower in the background
This fascinating area of Seoul is on the tourist route and demonstrates some of the earlier Korean way of living and architecture. Well worth a visit.