Located just north of Namsan Park, this re-creation of a small village depicts the architecture and gardens of the Chosun ... More
Namsangol Hanok Village
Located just north of Namsan Park, this re-creation of a small village depicts the architecture and gardens of the Chosun Dynasty (1393-1910). There are five restored traditional houses decorated with authentic furniture and fittings from that era. A large pavilion overlooks a beautiful pond and an outdoor theater hosts dance and drama performances on weekends. There is also a hall displaying traditional handicrafts and a kiosk selling souvenirs. Admission is free.
This was a very relaxing place to visit. It was very neat to see the buildings before modern structures were built. Of course, it you don't like that kind of stuff, then this place isn't worth it. But I found it to be a relaxing place in a bustling city.
My name is Jack Mutiso of Korean Embassy Nairobi Kenya.
Folk village is an experience I will never forget in my life,in Oct.2005 I visted this wonderful village I felt like I was back at home Kenya alot of food especialy the roasted meat(in kenya we call nyama choma)very good.Very friendly people,wonderful waiters and much more.
Thank you and keep it up you are number ONE in the world.
I miss folk village I wish I can visit again.
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