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We came to Jeonju to visit the Hanok village and it really was beautiful. The village is quite big with lots of little alleys and is great explore on foot. Do make sure you get off the crowded main streets and into the alleys, they...More
We took one of those foreigner-only tour buses that charge less and allow u about 5 hours to roam around the hanok village. Those 5 hours were more than enough. The hanok houses and the church were beautiful but overall, it was more like a...More
We stayed 3 nights there, but one single day would have been enough. In the preserved Hanok village there isn’t much to do apart from shopping and eating. So we wandered around: we went to the market, we had a stroll along the river and...More
Heart of Korean traditions, stubborn conservatism and the fidelity and royalty of Korean Sunbi(classical scholar in Chosun Dynasty). Because of their belief, we could preserve some historical buildings and traditions. You can see many of the remains there, not like other places in Korea. Very...More
Arrived before lunch and saw many people wearing hanbok. There are shops after shops with hanbok displays so if you want to wear one, you have very many options to choose from.
Had bibimbap for lunch and it was awesome. I went to the place...More
We took a one day trip to Jeonju and visited the Hanbok Village. Compared with the hanbok area in Seoul, Jeonju Hanbok Village has lots of great food of different varieties. It’s certainly worth the visit. We stopped by many stalls and dine at a...More
Great views of the architecture. Near the outskirts are mini trails that elevate you above the Hanok village which gives you good views of the surrounding landscape. Great if you have a drone handy.
Great food and desserts like skewered cheese balls & the numerous...More
Response from 962heikob | Reviewed this property |
You can use the Daihan Express bus from Incheon to Jeonju. The bus goes from both passenger terminals. You can find more info on the Daihan website. Unfortunately, I cannot include the link here. Just try to Google... More
You can use the Daihan Express bus from Incheon to Jeonju. The bus goes from both passenger terminals. You can find more info on the Daihan website. Unfortunately, I cannot include the link here. Just try to Google „Daihan Limusine Korea“ (no spelling mistake, they write it like this).
The ride takes about 4 - 4.5 hours and costs 31000 KRW. The bus is very comfortable. The driver will stop about halfway for refreshments, toilet etc. From Jeonju Terminal to Hanook village it’s just a 10 min. Taxi ride.
Have a good trip!
Hi. Taxis can go as close as possible to most places. Some times, between the road and the entrance there are a few meters you need to walk. Ask the guest house owner how far is the door to the road....