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How Nice to see A Person That is Reading some Stuff in Such alonly Area Like the Village On This CLOUDS Lights Day.... So You Show me Your Fingers so small and Little... I Should Know... You doesnt Speak.... Spock at the Moment... But Your...More
Against the warnings we ended up in this village after visiting the Kim Younggap Gallery (highly recommended) and getting bored of waiting for the right bus. This "village" is not much more than some normal village with a few thatched roofs, interiors setup purely for...More
Spend a couple hours here walking through the village and seeing traditional Korean way of life. There isn’t much interaction with anything outside of the performance they have, which is 2-3 times a day and with the vendors. They do offer horse back riding here...More
This is a real village with households living inside, opposite from folk villages built in museums. In fact, the people live there are mainly the haenyeo (women divers) - there is a museum for them in the east coast of Jeju. There is no entrance...More
The filming location of a period Korean drama series, this place is reputed a well preserved village with part of the original city walls, official houses and commoners houses still intact. Several families still live here to maintain the place.
Worth the trip if you...More
It is one of the few villages that still exist on Jeju with complete retention of the traditional houses. The villagers still live in these houses but with modernized technology. They no longer uses the open air toilets, rearing black pigs and using electricity for...More
I am not sure if you have tried them, and would like to buy more? I really don't think it is a mass production. It looks like a small scale business. However, we think they do sell these at the local market. They are all in... More
I am not sure if you have tried them, and would like to buy more? I really don't think it is a mass production. It looks like a small scale business. However, we think they do sell these at the local market. They are all in Korean... Not sure they are exactly the same or not. However, if you are visiting them, I am sure he would tell you, coz he speaks English.