Jeonju Hanok Village:
A Fascinating Intermingling of Gorgeous Hanok and
Rustic Stone Fence Alleys
Our first destination is Jeonju Hanok Village, a popular friendship tour destination even among Korean youth. The village is home to dozens of hanok (traditional Korean houses) and plain stone fence alleys that have survived the test of time. Here, you can see tourists wearing hanboks (traditional Korean clothing) wandering about the village as there are several hanbok rental shops near the district to ensure your visit creates special memories for you and your closest friend. Hanbok comes in a variety of styles, ranging from fancy royal styles once worn by ancient kings and queens to modern ones designed for everyday wear. You can also receive makeup & hair services to match your choice of hanbok, so please don’t miss out on this incredible fun!
The village is also home to a wide array of street foods as it is teaming with tourists year-round.
Sweet handmade “choco pies,” “baguette burgers” filled with an assortment of veggies, croquettes filled with bibimbap (Jeonju’s representative dish), or cheese stick s – these are only some of the exotic dishes you can try in the village.