The Dueok Happy Dream Village Farming Association Corporation runs a hanok-style guesthouse situated in Dueok Happy Dream Village, which is surrounded by high, clean mountains. Also known as Bongseogol, the village is a pleasant farming community located deep in the lush green mountains of Wanju-gun, Jeollabuk-do, and is also well known as one of the eight best propitious sites in Korea – Jongnamsan Mountain on its right and Seobangsan Mountain on its left are said to resemble a phoenix('Bonghwang' in Korean) embracing the village (hence the name of the village is ‘Bongseo’).
Dueok Village was re-born as Dueok Happy Dream Village as part of the rural village revitalization project carried out in Wanju County. The village has jointly run diverse hanok buildings (ranging from about 45 to 150 years old) as hanok-style guesthouses, along with various hands-on programs, since 2010. The Dueok Happy Dream Village Farming Association Corporation now runs the guestrooms and a large experience center, and only accepts groups of guests. The experience center offers education programs on traditional etiquette, and also operates reenactments of the ancient civil service examination. It also offers guests three good meals a day consisting of rural-style healthy food served with wild vegetables and various side dishes at a reasonable price.
The guesthouse comprises tile-roofed houses on both sides set amid a large grassy field against a background of green mountains. The guestrooms feature a simple yet pleasant design and are equipped with ondol (under-the-floor heating) without air-conditioning. The experience center is notable for its ten doors which can be opened by lifting them up toward the ceiling, thereby providing an open view of the beautiful landscape.
Furthermore, the village, which has been designated as a rural experience and recreational village, runs a wide variety of hands-on programs, including a Nature Experience program consisting of a forest tour with a guide, Making a Wish Necklace, Walking on the Myeongdang (propitious site), Rice Farming, Digging Sweet Potatoes, Traditional Folk Games (archery, steel hoop rolling), Rice Cake Pounding, Making Scarecrows, and Making a Kite, among others. It also offers Sori Hakdang and etiquette education programs as a two-day course.
Park Jong-bae +82-10-3677-5339
Comment ça marche?
Nombre de places : 45 persons
Heure d'entrée : Free
Heure de départ : Free
Chambre meublée : Available (Simple cooking only)
Nourriture et boissons : Yes (restaurant)
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Des places de parking : Yes
service de ramassage : N/A
Nombre de chambres : 13
Politique de réservation : Available (063-247-0050, http://cafe.daum.net/happybongse)
Type de chambre : ※ Room Type - Traditional ondol room
Échelle : 1323㎡
Equipements (Autre) : Barbecue , Sports Facility
181-21, Bongseoan-gil, Yongjin-eup, Wanju-gun, Jeollabuk-do