Travel back in time and explore Korea’s traditional houses through well-preserved Hanok villages. Upon entering from the front gate, visitors will get a taste of the traditional life while escaping from the bustling city life of modern times.
Namsangol Hanok Village
A collection of five Hanoks from the Joseon Dynasty that recovered from different parts of the city and relocated to the northern foot of Namsan mountain.
Registered as a UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site in August 2010, Hahoe Village is a historic village where the family of Pungsan Ryu lived for generations.
Jeonju Hanok Village
The Hanok village is the main tourist attraction in Jeonju and consists of more than 700 old traditional Korean houses standing close together.
Yangdong Folk Village
This entire village been designated as a UNESCO Cultural Heritage Site and is Korea’s largest traditional village, showcasing the Joseon Dynasty’s traditional culture and its beautiful natural surroundings.
Naganeupseong Folk Village
Located in Jeollanam-do, this village contains a fortress village stretching over 59,504 square meters where about 100 families still reside.