This place is incredible beautiful. Even tho it was super cold we had a great time. Korea is not just kpop. A must go!
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The traditional houses at Bukchon Hanok Village is extremely beautiful. There are cultural centers, guesthouses & tea houses at the village providing visitors with an opportunity to experience Korean cultural.
From the Gyeongbokgung palace, you can just walk about 1-2 km to this village. Please get a map from the information counter. If not, you will lost. You cannot make too much noise because this is a residential area. I don't recommend you to buy...More
Great for photos but other than that, not much to do as it's a residential area with a few converted to galleries or shops.
It was something nice to see. There’s not a whole lot to do here except to see the old traditional houses. It’s possible to do a “korean experience” here, but was too cold when we went so didn’t stay too long.
Great place to see some architecture, take some pictures and meander at your leisure. Easy to get to from metro. Multiple places to stop for some shopping, eat or drink. Highly suggest if the weather is nice strolling from the palace over to just enjoy...More
This Village have really beutiful hanoks, tradicional Korean houses. Some times you can see the TV stations shooting o show in this location. If ypu like wood work you can see that some of this houses has a really pretty doors. Is really well take...More
Worth a quick wander to see the old houses, and enjoy views of old-and-new side-by-side. Rather full of touristy shops though.
This is a very unique place to visit, but a little strange to be wandering in a neighbourhood and snapping pictures of actual peoples homes. Some are not too welcoming, but that is understanding. Be mindful and quiet as this is an actual community... Don't...More
A little lost would've been an understatement as my sister and I followed the original Google maps & Naver direction but ended up quite far from where we were meant to be. Whilst lost, we also caught up with another 4 tourists who had the...More