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Touring Hanok Village by wearing hanbok and having your own ‘photo shoot’ walks.
Jeonju Hanok Village consists of about 700 traditional ‘Hanok’ (Korean Traditional House), and it is common to see visitors wearing ‘Hanbok’ (Korean Traditional Clothe) there. If you thought that hanbok was mainly worn on holidays, and only for the elderly or children, you are mistaken!
The culture of ‘renting and wearing hanbok', which started in Jeonju Hanok Village, has expanded to major attractions and destinations in Seoul such as palaces, and news started to spread that one can take best personal photo shots to upload on the social media sites. So, it has become a must-do-list to wear hanbok when people visit Jeonju Hanok Village. And you will see the visitors ubiquitously wearing hanbok wherever and whenever you walk through the Hanok Village.
Shall we go and see the pretty hanboks along the quaint and old fashioned streets and alleys?
Jeonju Hanok Village is a place that goes well with hanbok. Hanok Village can be expressed in many ways, such as a home of Korean tradition, culture, art, the wisdom and with the history of Korean ancestors, and in addition it is a village where youth harmonizes with the old traditions.
If you look around Hanok Village, you can see a cozy and quiet places to spend time at an old palace, wear hanbok and take a picture with your significant other as well.
You can feel the fashion and taste of the traditional scholars hanbok style, and try wearing hanbok like a couple who shows off its beauty.
It is said that a family came to Jeonju to make memories wearing hanbok with a unique concept such as traditional aristocrat outfits, and officer’s uniform.
Jeondong Catholic Church, which is the oldest Western-style modern building in the Honam(Jeolla) province and shows the grandeur of the Romanesque style, is considered one of the most beautiful church in Korea.
The appearance of the six friends dressed as women and taking jumping shots looks fun and cool, and I think the memories made at the Hanok Village with Hanbok can be the best memory for the anyone who tours here.
It was also nice to see two friends walking down the street in the Hanok Village wearing a hanbok dress and officer’s uniform.
Women in their 50s visiting the Hanok Village are enjoying taking pictures by reminiscing their high school days.