Explore a 600-year-old urban area composed of traditional Korean houses at Bukchon Hanok Village. Constructed during the reign of the Joseon Dynasty, the village consists of many neighborhoods which were uses as a residential quarter for nobles and high-ranking government officials. Go on a guided tour to explore the narrow streets and visit cultural and hospitality facilities, such as workshops, museums, restaurants, and cafes. With more than half a million visitors yearly, you will need to book a reservation at least three days prior to your visit. A visit to Bukchon Hanok Village represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Seoul journey planning site to plot your vacation.
Bukchon Hanok Village reviews
A district with the largest number of traditional Korean houses. The houses are kept in good conditions and some are opened to public. Traditional Korean costumes can be hired from the shops for... more »
Very interesting area where you can get a feel for the old Korean way of living, Beutiful new built house in traditional style. If you like wood this is the place. more »
One of my favorites in Seul.
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