It's a small museum that lacks English explanations. Just one room of some history of Korean wine making and one room selling wine. Not worth going out of the way for but it's free.
Small museum located in Jeonju Hanok Village. Most of the explanations were in Korean, except the portion with models describing the steps for making different types of wine. Despite the language barrier, my friend and I enjoyed ourselves at the wine museum. We also got...More
Jeonju Korean Traditional Wine Museum is a very small museum located near the hanok village with a few displays and explanations of wine making Korean style. There is a shop out front selling a few examples of the wines and soju. While the exhibits are...More
everything is written in Korean in a nice house. It is free to wander around and that is the only positive point.
C1 ( 2015.05.21 ) This museum was located in Jeonju Hanok Village. The museum's subject was Traditional alcoholic drink, but the contents was a little insufficient, I think. The inside was clean and good. If you were in village, worth to visit.
A kind of random-seeming display of wine bottles. But check out the cute doll exhibits that illustrate the wine-making process (Step 1: Calm the feelings). Fun for a quick visit.
Want to know how the local "ju"s are made? Want a hands on experience! I've been here several times and each time there are new discoveries! Not everything is detailed in (great) English, but there are plenty of visuals, hands on demos and fun curators....More