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Jeju Folk Village, Seogwipo

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#5 of 29 in Museums in Seogwipo
Art Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
Jeju Folk Village displays reconstructions of traditional villages and offers a vivid glimpse into the rich cultural heritage of South Korea. Rent an audio guide or buy the booklet and wind around the open-air museum exhibiting small wooden and stone houses, straw roofs, and mud walls. Enter the rustic shacks and see woodenware, porcelain ware, wax candles, and many other items used by natives. Witness folk shows performing their native dances and customs. Learn how to carve wood or forge iron at the one of the many workshops. The onsite restaurant serves Korean food. Put Jeju Folk Village at the forefront of your travel plans using our Seogwipo trip maker site.
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  • I have been to many traditional folk villages in Korea, but this Jeju Folk Village is one of the most beautiful folk villages in Korea. If you are a fan of the Korean drama Dae Jang Geum also known...  more »
  • Great for experiencing traditional Korean Culture. I recommend around 2~3 hours there. It's quite big and there's a lot to see, and experience. We went there during the first weeks of October and it.....  more »
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  • I suppose if you are in Jeju Island, then this village, I'm assuming, you will visit. Rain was sort of a spoiler, but we were helped out by the people for sheltering under umbrella. Prior to walking in for seeing and learning about the living of people back then in Jeju. Included in our visit was sitting through a demonstration and talk about horses bones and the products made out of them. Nope. I didn't buy.
  • This place is a lot bigger than expected. Entrance is a bit more expensive than other places but i think it's worth it for the interactive parts and great photo-ops. I went alone and enjoyed my self, but it seems like a great place for a family trip. You can definitely spend some hours here and then go (or go before) to the beach that is near. There is a lot of parking, but i got there by bus, from the other side of the island, just fine. Besides the included shows, there is a few inexpensive activities and shops inside. I bought some cute wood art from the wood carver in one of the exhibitions.

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