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Leaving the hubbub of the commercial streets with non-descript stores, these old-style houses (either well renovated or rebuild in old style) are a pleasure. Yes, it is commercial, yes, there are some kitschy souvenirs - but I also found a print artist, a small soup...More
It was neat to see the village, but there wasn't anything really special the day we went. There were no shows, no demos, no dogs. It was quite plain and quiet. The bridge was impressive, but the rest of the village wasn't too much. It's...More
After crossing the Wolgyeonggyo Bridge, we wandered throughout the village admiring the tradiitonal homes and not so traditional tourists, cars and coffee shops. The main street that allowed car traffic, encircled the village, but throughout the center were mainly pedestrian only walking roads. Alleys angled...More
A small neighbourhood where various traditional houses were converted to shops, cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops. Quite an enjoyable place to explore as there are different things for you to do. There is also a preserved old house for visitors to see how it used...More
We visited on a weekend, and it was very crowded. Lines at some of the better known stores where they sell traditional Korean food. Nice traditional homes as well, and a few where we can visit. A good way to spend an hour or two.