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Voyage nocturne à Jeonju (전주 문화재야행)

Voyage nocturne à Jeonju (전주 문화재야행)

0m    813     2021-01-21

75, Gyeonggijeon-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Equipe de soutien du programme 'Voyage nocturne de Jeonju'

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 comprend les principaux patrimoines culturels de la ville de Jeonju. Découvrez les histoires cachées de la ville de Jeonju et son patrimoine culturel.

Sky [Korea Quality] / 하늘애 [한국관광 품질인증]

Sky [Korea Quality] / 하늘애 [한국관광 품질인증]

101m    1     2020-12-09

33-11, Dongmun-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
+82-10-6453-1200

Sky is a guesthouse located in an alley next to the Jeonju Hanok Village Parking Lot. The house was built in 1930 and remodeled in 2014. It was originally a Japanese-style house, but the original building was completely demolished and a traditional Korean house was built in its place. The sheets and blankets in all the guestrooms are embroidered by the owner of the guesthouse. Her embroidery skills make some of the guests choose to stay at this guesthouse since they can learn the trade from her. She offers an embroidery class for such guests for only KRW 4,000 per person, and only 5 people are allowed in the class. If you want, you can also play the traditional Korean game called "yutnori" for free.

Dong Nak Won [Korea Quality] / 동락원 [한국관광 품질인증]

Dong Nak Won [Korea Quality] / 동락원 [한국관광 품질인증]

111m    1     2020-12-09

33-6, Eunhaeng-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
+82-63-287-9300

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.

Samrockhon [Korea Quality] / 삼락헌 [한국관광 품질인증]

Samrockhon [Korea Quality] / 삼락헌 [한국관광 품질인증]

152m    1     2020-12-11

47-8, Eunhaeng-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
+82-10-7799-7358

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.

Inyeon Hanok [Korea Quality] / 인연 [한국관광 품질인증]

Inyeon Hanok [Korea Quality] / 인연 [한국관광 품질인증]

158m    2     2020-12-11

36, Hanji-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
+82-10-2908-4965

The Korea's largest "hanok (traditional Korean house)" village in the middle of Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do has been there for hundreds of years. Today, you can see new as well as old houses there. “Inyeon” is one of the traditional Korean houses located near the public parking lot on the outskirts of the hanok village, making it a great place to stay overnight in quiet. The word "inyeon" means "relationship" in Korean, referring to all types of ties with other people. The owner of the guesthouse named the place as such because she is greatful for all the guests and wanted to treat them well. She opened the guesthouse in September 2014. Since then, she has been kind enough to tell her guests which places are good to visit and which foods are delicious. She makes sure all the facilities including sheets and blankets are maintained clean for her guests to have a memorable stay. Built in the 1960's and remodeled in 2008, the traditional house is neat with most of the traditional features. It has four guestrooms named "Apricot Flower", "Orchid", "Chrysenthemum", and "Bamboo". The "Orchid Room" and "Bamboo Room" can accommodate up to seven people. The floor is covered with lacquered traditional Korean paper, and there are a number of traditional items in the room including the Korean gong. The traditional Korean ceiling rafters are visible in all the rooms. All the rooms are furnished with a bathroom, air conditioner, TV, refrigerator, toiletries, and hair dryer. There is a 200-year-old pomegranate tree in the yard, and a table and chairs right in front of it for the guests to relax on a fair day. The table made of an old door and chairs made of a log under the red pomegranates are one of the most outstanding features of this guesthouse. There are lots of traditional items in the yard with which you can play traditional Korean games such as "yutnori" and "jegichagi", all of which can be used by the guests for free.

Centre culturel de kimchi dans le village hanok de Jeonju (전주한옥마을 전주김치문화관)

Centre culturel de kimchi dans le village hanok de Jeonju (전주한옥마을 전주김치문화관)

236m    5265     2021-02-16

29, Eojin-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
+82-63-287-6300

Le centre des expériences de vie traditionnelles de jeonju est un guest house situé dans le village de hanok de Jeonju. Les visiteurs peuvent y vivre une expérience unique de la vie en habitat traditionnel. Le centre était à l’origine une résidence de noble construite durant la dynastie Joseon (1392-1910) aujourd’hui reconstruite, elle accueille de nombreux visiteurs notamment des étrangers qui peuvent y découvrir le côté traditionnel de la Corée. L’habitat a perdu de son côté vetuste mais y a gagné en comfort. Les visiteurs peuvent s’amuser à découper le bois pour alimenter le système traditionnel de chauffage. Il s’agit du ondol, un système de chauffage qui irradie l’ensemble du sol par dessous. Les visiteurs dorment sur des petits matelas à même le sol où il est bon de se prélasser durant les journées froide d’hiver.
Dans ce guest house, les hôtes peuvent également apprendre des chansons traditionnelles, y prendre le thé, ou encore faire du vélo autour de la propriété. Les repas sont compris dans le prix de l’hébergement.

Village de hanok de Jeonju [Ville lente] (전주한옥마을 [슬로시티])

Village de hanok de Jeonju [Ville lente] (전주한옥마을 [슬로시티])

242m    16181     2020-09-29

29, Eojin-gil, Wonsan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
+82-63-282-1330

Ce village traditionnel situé dans la ville de Jeonju s’étend sur une partie des quartiers Pungnam-dong and Gyo-dong et compte près de 800 maisons traditionnelles ou « hanok ». Alors que le reste de la ville a été modernisée, ce village dans la ville est resté tel quel et conserve toujours ses vieilles traditions.

La beauté du village de hanok de Jeonju réside dans l’élégance des courbures de ses toits. Les bords des toits remontent légèrement vers le ciel, c’est la particularité des hanok. Généralement les hanok se divisent en deux parties, anchae et sarangchae ; le anchae étant le domaine réservé à la femme et donc meublé en conséquence, le sarangchae étant la partie où réside l’homme. Alors que hommes et femmes vivaient séparement, le anchae se situait au fond de la maison, dans une partie plus calme et en retrait. Une autre caractèristique des hanok est le ondol, un système de chauffage par le sol. Alors que les coréens s’asseyaient, mangeaient et dormaient sur le sol, ce système de chauffage était finalement nécessaire.
La structure du ondol, se compose de plusieurs foyers situés sous le sol surélevé de la maison, la chaleur émise par ces foyers chemine dans un circuit couvrant la surface des pièces.
L’architecture des hanok assuraient donc la chaleur pour les hivers rigoureux, mais également la fraîcheur l’été avec une pièce centrale composée de plancher.

Dans le village se trouve un centre de résidence aménagé pour les touristes. Ceux-ci peuvent donc ainsi expérimenter le anchae et le sarangchae équipés du ondol. Les repas qui y sont proposés sont disposés dans un service traditionnel, ce qui apporte un charme supplémentaire à la table coréenne et met incontestablement le dîneur en appétit. Dans ce village vous pourrez découvrir le style de vie traditionnel et le fameux bibimpap de Jeonju.

Centre d'exposition de l’artisanat traditionnel de Jeonju (전주공예품전시관 전주명품관)

Centre d'exposition de l’artisanat traditionnel de Jeonju (전주공예품전시관 전주명품관)

261m    4076     2021-02-16

15, Taejo-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
+82-63-282-8886

Le centre d’exposition de l’artisanat traditionnel de Jeonju permet non seulement aux visiteurs de découvrir la beauté de l’artisanat traditionnel coréen, mais en plus, de créer quelquechose aussi. Le centre a un hall d’exposition, un hall spécial, et un hall de travaux pratiques. C’est donc dans le hall de travaux pratiques que les visiteurs peuvent créer leurs propres pièces : feuilles de papier de riz, poterie, meunuiserie, broderie etc. Par ailleurs, dans le magasin d’artisanat il est possible d’acheter des pièces faites par des professionnels.

GaEunChae [Korea Quality] / 가은채 [한국관광 품질인증]

GaEunChae [Korea Quality] / 가은채 [한국관광 품질인증]

317m    1     2020-12-11

68-13, Hanji-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
+82-10-6345-5267

Gaeunchae is a Handol guesthouse located in Jeonju Hanok Village. Among the four Hanok buildings built by a construction company in 1969, two are being operated as a Gaeunchae guesthouse. While turning it into a lodging place, everything related to a private house was removed, but the original form of the building was revived for guests to feel the beauty of the traditional Hanok. Jeonju Master's Crafts Center, Jeonju Korean Traditional Wine Museum, Seunggwangjae, Dakjongi Hanji Dolls Workshop, etc. are just a stone's throw away. In particular, the pretty alleys are part of the Hanok Village alley tour course 1 operated by Jeonju City. In the middle of the yard of Gaeunchae are stones refined by hand years ago, including Macheon Stone, Sago Stone, Goheung Stone, Hwangdeung Stone, etc; the southern yard is paved with flat stones such as old granite, bakseok, and mica. Traditional room doors fitted without using any nails and traditional windows add to the gracefulness of Hanok.

Dongnagwon (동락원)

Dongnagwon (동락원)

328m    1375     2019-10-01

33-6, Eunhaeng-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
+82-63-285-3490

La maison Dongnagwon est une bâtisse représentative du village de Hanok de Jeonju, offrant l’opportunité d’effectuer un ‘Hanok Stay’ (passer la nuit dans une maison traditionnelle coréenne) et de vivre la vie coréenne traditionnelle. Affiliée au collège Kijeon de Jeonju, Dongnagwo est aussi un lieu de commémoration à la mémoire de W. M. Junkin, venu en Corée en 1892 en tant que missionnaire, et originaire de l’église presbytérienne du sud des Etats-Unis. Dongnagwon est une structure hanok traditionnelle consistant en un Anchae (bâtiment principal), Sarangchae (maison détachée) et Haengnangcha (maison des domestiques). Elle représente parfaitement l’agencement des vieilles maisons hanok de Jeonju à l’époque où W. M. Junkin effectuait ses travaux religieux dans la région. Les visiteurs de Dongnagwon ont la possibilité de s’essayer à la vie traditionnelle coréenne en passant une nuit dans une chambre du hanok, mais également en découvrant la musique traditionnelle, l’artisanat local et la dance. De plus, Dongnagwon propose également l’hébergement de groupes ou l’accueil lors de l’organisation de conférences, séminaires et évènements familiaux. Pour les groupes supérieurs à 30 personnes, il est possible de louer le site entier (couvrant toutes les zones du site, incluant Seungdokdang, Seunghwadang, Cheongyuje, et le jardin de devant).

PoongNamheon [Korea Quality] / 풍남헌 [한국관광 품질인증]

PoongNamheon [Korea Quality] / 풍남헌 [한국관광 품질인증]

330m    1     2020-12-11

35, Eunhaeng-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
+82-10-2757-7673, +82-63-286-7673

Poongnamheon is a traditional Korean house that was once owned by a Korean noble family and is located next to a 600-year-old ginkgo tree in Jeonju Hanok Village. Recently remodeled to serve as a guesthouse, it's popular among tea lovers because the owner of the guesthouse serves tea made from the tea leaves he cultivated and harvested in Jirisan Mountain. In addition to tea drinking, the guesthouse also offers a number of tea experience programs to the guests. This traditional Korean house was built in 1934, and one of its outstanding features is the wooden columns that are more than 80 years old. It was a residential house until it was remodeled to serve as a guesthouse in 2004. Although a typical traditional Korean house with the wooden columns supporting the eaves at the end of the gambrel roof, it doesn’t have a “daecheong (open living room with wooden floor," which is common in traditional Korean houses. Instead, it has a wider “toenmaru (narrow wooden porch running along the outside of a room)” just outside the windows. The owner of the guesthouse saw to it that most of the original wooden materials and structures are preserved as much as possible when it was remodeled, in order for it to have the "feel" of a traditional Korean house owned by a noble family. The highlight of the house is the roof tiles, which are from Goryeong and made by Lee Geumbok, Intangible Cultural Heritage No. 121. It took more than two years to remodel the interior of the building to bring out all the features of a traditional Korean house such as the floor, which is lacquered and covered with traditional Korean paper. The dark brown color of the floor is a perfect match with the wooden columns and ceiling rafters. As an antique collector, the owner of the guesthouse decorated all the guestrooms with some of his collection such as furniture. The old Korean paintings and folding screen add to the atmosphere of a traditional Korean house that could only be owned by a noble family in the past. Guests can try fresh wild green tea leaves. The guesthouse owner originally came from Hwagae Jangteo in Jirisan Mountain, where he has a 16-acre wild green tea farm. According to him, the tea served at Poongnamheon is made from some of the best-quality tea leaves from the farm. As a tea lover, he takes pride in serving all-natural green tea to the guests. The guesthouse owner and his wife also offer a number of wild tea experience programs to those interested in tea, such as "Tea Manufacturing Class” where guests get to roast fresh tea leaves and “Tea Food Tasting Session.”

Musée de l'Alcool Traditionnel Coréen de Jeonju (전주 전통술박물관)

330m    2652     2020-04-01

74, , Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
+82-63-287-6305


Découvrez la gloire de l’alcool traditionnel coréen dans ce musée ! Vous pouvez voir les outils et machines utilisés pour la fabrication, ainsi que des expositions sur le thème de l’alcool traditionnel. Les zones les plus intéressantes du musée sont considérées commé étant la salle de préparation d’alcool et la salle de fermentation. Grâce aux enceintes disposées dans ces deux salles, vous pourrez entendre les sons amplifiés que l’alcool émet pendant le procédé de fermentation. Vous pourrez également profiter des arômes séduisants de la liqueur traditionnelle coréenne. Les premiers et troisièmes samedis du mois, vous pourrez vous faire la main à la fabrication et pendant les seconds et quatrièmes, il vous sera possible de participer à une dégustation traditionnelle.