Bukchon Seoul Korea (day 6)

Bukchon Hanok Village is a Korean traditional village that is composed with lots of alleys. The village is preserved to show a 600-year-old urban environment as well as a traditional culture center and Hanok (Korean traditional houses) restaurant. Apparently we are to experience the atmosphere of the Joseon Dynasty. The area of Bukchon was traditionally the residential quarter of high-ranking government officials and nobility during the Joseon Dynasty. 




















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16 comments:

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  5. Great photos! I'd want to go to Korea someday. My first out of the country trip this year will be Vietnam. Wish me luck! :D


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  7. This looks amazing! Especially all the food, mmmm.

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  11. you are the reason why i've been looking for korean restaurants lately.... so beautiful!

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    1. thank you dear... haha... food are yummy!
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