0m 6014 2020-10-20
46, Jeonjugaeksa 4-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Secrétariat de Jeonju +82-63-288-5433
Le Festival International du Film de Jeonju, excitante combinaison entre le plaisir et le cinéma, est une fantastique sortie printanière de neuf jours proposant un grand nombre d’évènements et de films. Il se tient sur la « Movie Street » (Gosa-dong, Jeonju), une rue bourrée de cinémas. Durant les festivités, les rues s’animent de cette énergie contagieuse et de l’enthousiasme des aficionados. Venez vous amuser ce printemps durant la fête du cinéma de Jeonju !
340m 11 2020-12-11
2nd floor, 75, Chunggyeong-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
'Blueboat Hostel Jeonju is one of guesthouses of the 'The Guest House' chain in Busan, Seoul, and Gyeongju. Blueboat Hostel Jeonju opened in April 2016 in Gyeongwon-dong, Jeonju-si, which is only 10 minutes away from Gyeonggijeon Shrine on foot. A number of other popular tourist destinations including Jeonju Hanok Village, Jeongdong Cathedral, and Nammun Market are also within walking distance. The hostel has seven guestrooms furnished with steel frame beds. The bathrooms and kitchen are shared among the guests, and there is a television in the kitchen. The rooms have a trendy interior design because it's mostly visited by young tourists. The guesthouse is just like one of those you can find in other countries, except cleaner.
557m 366 2016-10-11
119, Eojin-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Hankookjib literally means 'Korean house.' The restaurant serves Jeonju bibimbap, kongnamul haejangguk (spicy bean sprout soup), sagol gomtang (thick beef bone soup), doenjang jjigae (soybean paste stew), and samgyetang (ginseng chicken soup). Many well-known figures, including former presidents of Korea, have been sited as enjoying the authentic Jeonju bibimbap here.
583m 1 2020-12-21
37-7, Jeondongseongdang-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Good Day is a traditional Korean house situated in Jeondong Catholic Cathedral Street in Wansan-gu, Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do. It was originally built in 1942 and remodeled in 2011 as a guesthouse by the current owner. The guesthouse has most of the features of a traditional Korean house still intact, but with modern amenities added for the comfort of the guests. The floor, walls, and ceiling are coated with red clay, and the ceiling rafters are visible as in most traditional Korean houses. Many guests say that sleeping in a room made of these natural materials helps them relieve fatigue. The rooms are well-insulated and warm for the cold winter days. The guesthouse is close to Gyeonggijeon Shrine, which enshrines a portrait of Taejo Yi Seong-gye, the first king of Joseon, and is conveniently located for those wishing to take a tour of Jeonju Hanok Village featuring hundreds of traditional Korean houses, Omokdae, and Jeondong Catholic Cathedral. In addition to these tourist attractions, there is also a traditional marketplace called Nambu Market with lots to eat and see. The guesthouse owner named it "Good Day" because he wishes all his guests to have a good day during their stay. He decorated every corner of the guesthouse with this in mind. The grass yard and colorful garden are beautiful throughout the seasons. The garden includes a mix of wild flowers, pine nut trees, fig trees, pomegranate trees, grape vines, and jujube trees. The “toetmaru (open living room with wooden floor)" right in front of the garden is also decorated with small flowerpots. The “toetmaru” is the most popular place among the guests because it’s a great place to enjoy the sun and breathe in the scent of flowers. On a rainy day, you can hear the raindrops falling down the eaves. There are six guestrooms at the guesthouse, named "Spring Waltz,” “Summer Tiffany,” “Autumn Pomegranate,” “Winter Festival”, "Sunshine", and "Welcome." The ceiling rafters are visible in all the rooms as in most of traditional Korean houses. The rooms are furnished with TV, refrigerator, and air conditioner. The bathroom comes with shower booth and bidet. People of different age groups come to stay at this guesthouse, and most of them say the guesthouse is clean and comfortable to stay in, thanks to the owner who sun-dries the sheets and blankets on the rooftop, cleans the rooms, and cultivates the garden every day of the year to make sure that the guests can have a comfortable, memorable stay. The guesthouse is conveniently located near a number of tourist destinations as well.
583m 887 2020-11-03
151-9, Jeonju MBC Hall, Junghwasandong 2-ga, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
- Ligne info Tourisme +82-63-1330 (coréen, anglais, japonais, chinois) - Pour obtenir plus d'info +82-63-252-6792 (coréen)
Daesaseup origine de la musique pansori qui est apparu à l'époque du règne du roi Yeongjo's (dynastie Joseon) et a été transmis jusqu'à aujourd'hui. Le Festival de Jeonju Daesaseup remonte à l'époque où les artistes en circulation de tout le pays ont été invités à un festival de la chanson toute la nuit à la veille du solstice d'hiver. Pour participer ce festival, les chanteurs doués de tout le pays se réunissent.
590m 21 2021-04-08
76, Jeollagamyeong-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
As a three-story building with a basement floor, Jeonju Yihua Hotel is located in Jeon-dong in the eastern part of Jeonju Hanok Village. It's a medium-sized hotel with 26 Suite, Standard Double, Standard Korean-style, and Deluxe Twin rooms. The room rates are reasonable for both tourists and business travelers. The front desk lobby is on the 1st floor, and the rooms are on the 2nd and 3rd floors. Facing the front desk are a computer with Internet connection and a printer as well as a microwave oven. The 1st floor of the hotel is rented to a cafe named "Turista," which is popular for its brunch. Many guests staying at Yihua Hotel have brunch here before taking a tour of Jeonju. Nearby tourist destinations include Gyeonggijeon Shrine, Jeondong Catholic Cathedral, Jeonju Hanok Village, JIFF (Jeonju International Film Festival) Street, and Pungpae Jigwan (Jeonju Inn). The Gyeonggijeon Shrine, Jeonju JIFF Street, and Pungnammun Gate are 3 minutes, 5 minutes, and 3 minutes away from the hotel on foot, making it a popular place to stay among Korean and foreign tourists.
608m 1 2020-12-09
33-6, Eunhaeng-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Hanok Hotel Dongrakwon used to be a memorial hall for Missionary M. Junkin who worked in Jeonju in 1985, and had long been used as an official residence for the Bank of Korea. The 100-year-old Hanok retains the history and culture that modern hotels do not have. Since the renovation to make it a hanok hotel, it is now utilized as a space for traditional music performances, traditional weddings, or small weddings. The entire building can be rented for various gatherings, seminars, conferences, family events, and so on. The beauty of a hanok is found in every corner of Dongrakwon such as the wide lawn, the pond in front of Sarangchae, and the jar stand next to Anchae. The antique furniture and folding screen in the rooms have been used for generations, enabling guests of the hanok to time travel to 50-100 years ago.
The yard is a great place to play simple Korean traditional plays such as Jegichagi and Dakjichiji, whereas the free-of-charge red clay sauna will relieve fatigue. The outdoor hot / cold bath and sun bath site is a new addition to Dongrakwon.
There is a 600-year-old Ginkgo tree standing on the Eunhang-ro, where the accommodation is located. Opposite the alley is Donghak Revolution Memorial Exhibition Hall; Gyeonggijeon East Gate is 200m away. The hotel is close to Taejo-ro, the busiest street of Jeonju Hanok Village; neighboring Eunhang-ro, Choi Myeong Hee-gil, and Eojin-gil all retain the unique quietness and beauty of Hanok Village. It will be also nice to ride on the mountain bike that Dongrakwon offers free of charge in order for guests to visit corners of the Hanok Village, or ride along the Jeonjucheon Stream.
623m 1 2021-04-08
28-3, Pungnammun 3-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Deokindang is located across from the west street of Jeonju Hanok Village. The guesthouse is surrounded by low walls, inside of which there are grass yard, stone pavement, and four traditional houses with three guestrooms, which are called the Large Room, Small Room, and Kitchen Room. Here, the "Kitchen Room” is not actually a kitchen, but a kitchen turned into a bedroom. The Large Room in the center of the main building can accommodate up to 8 people, making it a perfect place to stay for a large family. It’s furnished with thin, white calico sheets, which are very soft to the touch.
Situated on the outskirts of Jeonju Hanok Village and yet very close to Gyeonggijeon Shrine, Jeondong Catholic Cathedral, Nambu Market, and Jeonju Pungpae Jigwan (Jeongju Gaeksa. Treasure No. 583), the guesthouse is quiet and conveniently located as well for those taking a tour of Jeonju. The owner of Deokindang also owns another guesthouse called Su House, so the guests of Deokindang can have access to the Community Room of Su House.
632m 1 2020-12-11
47-8, Eunhaeng-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Samllakheon is located in the center of Jeonju Hanok Village which is the highlight of traveling in Jeonju. Samllakheon has been opened newly by the owner husband and wife who are running Bugyeongdang, a lodging in traditional Korean style house. The building of Samllakheon used to be the etiquette training center of Jeollabuk-do Province, and its size is much larger and more magnificent than ordinary houses and its style is very antique. The arrangement of the houses, the pillars, rafters, crossbeam and the ridge of the roof are clearly different from those of ordinary houses. The garden covered with pebbles and rocks and the well-tended flower bed are also worth seeing.
The rooms are composed of the five rooms of Spring, Summer, Fall, And, & Winter. Every room has a duplex attic under the high ceiling and a warm and clean restroom. The guests can help themselves with coffee, tea, toast, etc. for breakfast from the communal mini kitchen. The guests of Samllakheon can have 50% discount on Korean traditional clothes and 30% discount on rent of electric bike. It is also possible to experience traditional culture including making Injeolmi rice cake, Korean paper art, pottery and fragrant purse by making a reservation in advance.
The owners of the house can give information on Jeonju Hanok Village, many other tourist attractions and famous restaurants in Jeonju area. Major tourist attractions within walking distance are Jeondong Catholic Church, Gyeonggijeon, Gyodong Art Center, Choi Myung-Hee Literature Center, Omokdae, Jeonju Hyanggyo, Pungnammun Gate nd Nambu Market & Youth Mall.
650m 912 2021-09-28
44, Taejo-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
<Le voyage nocturne à Jeonju (Jeongjuyahaeng, 전주야행夜行)>
Ce programme vous permet d'apprécier les centaines de hanok du village de Jeonju et ce au clair de lune. Le voyage nocturne à Jeonju permet ainsi d'apprécier les principaux patrimoines culturels de la ville de Jeonju. Ce programme vous permet de découvrir les histoires cachées de la ville de Jeonju et son patrimoine culturel dans sa globalité.
653m 1995 2020-05-07
Jeollabuk, Jeonju-si, Wansan-gu, Taejo-ro 44
[Temple Gyeonggijeon; le lieu où est conservé le portrait du roi Taejo]
Ouvert le 6 novembre 2010, le musée des portraits royaux est l'une des toutes nouvelles attractions touristiques de la ville de Jeonju, situé dans le palais Gyeonggijeon. Le musée constitue ainsi une ressource documentaire importante à la fois pour la ville de Jeonju tout comme pour le temple Gyeonggijeon qui renferme le portrait du roi Taejo. Le musée qui se compose d'étage en sous-sol et en surface occupe une surface de plus de 1000m2. On peut y apprécier le portait de 6 rois en Corée en plus du portrait du roi de Taejo. Depuis son ouverture, le musée vise à devenir une place centrale pour la vie culturelle de la région. Le musée propose également diverses activités pour se familiariser avec la culture de la royauté en Corée.
653m 135 2021-03-17
44, Taejo-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Le programme "Promenade avec roi" se déroule tous les samedis soirs à Gyeonggijeon. Il s'agit d'une nuit spéciale prévue pour 100 personnes à chaque séance ! Vous pouvez faire l'expérience de la vie sous la dynastie de Joseon sous la lumière de la lune tout en prenant une tasse de thé. De la musique et des guides vous accompagneront également pendant votre visite.