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91, Hanji-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
This “ㄱ”-shaped hanok (traditional Korean house) building, standing to the right-hand side of the gate, is an old house with a history of more than 120 years that was transplanted to its present site from its original location in Buan’s local Confucian school in Jeollabuk-do. The building to the left across the courtyard is a “ㄷ”-shaped building with a history of about 70 years. The buildings at Ihwa Gotaek stick to the classics of hanok architecture, featuring the trio of open wooden-floor spaces called numaru, toenmaru, and jjongmaru.
There are 8 rooms in total, 1 four-person room with eight maximum occupancy, and 7 two-person rooms with maximum occupancy of four. All rooms have their own attached restrooms. Guests are served with complimentary seasonal refreshments, either a sweet rice punch (sikhye) or shaved ice with sweetened red beans (pat bingsu) made in-house, and for breakfast guests have a wonderful spread that includes bibimbap, rice cake soup, black sesame porridge, and bean-powder-coated rice cake, served in traditional bronze tableware. Guests can also place their reservations for traditional cultural programs like pansori (epic chant), tea ceremony, natural dye, and Korean paper art, and enjoy a discount of 30% in hanbok (traditional Korean clothes) rental.
40.98199689508286m 225 2024-01-17
99-5, Hanji-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Located at the heart of the Jeongju Hanok Village, Bugyeongdang is a beautiful traditional 60-year old Hanok.
Traditional floor, roof tiles, and jar stands next to stone walls, while small garden and flower beds reflect the architect couple's attentive hands. As a Hanok with one of the prettiest gardens in Jeonju Hanok Village, it is a good place to appreciate the garden flowers and enjoy the unique laid-back atmosphere of Hanok while sitting on the floor. The place is close to major tourist attractions including Imokdae, Gyeonggijeon, Jeondong Catholic Cathedral, and Hyanggyo.
The owner, who was born and raised in the Jeonju Hanok Village, describes must-go sites like a tour guide and introduces undiscovered great restaurants or things-to-do to the guests. As the owner, who had long been engaged in architecture, takes care of the Hanok, the building always stays clean and in good condition.
In the shared kitchenette, guests can prepare simple breakfast for themselves with the dishes and cups made by the wife of the owner herself. Luggage storage services before check-in and after check-out, and description of tourist attractions are provided.
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99, Hanji-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Beginning of brightness that is what Hanok Guesthouse Dankyung means. The name reflects the politeness and consideration of the people of Jeonju. It also carries the wish for the guests of the guesthouse to become polite and considerate as well.
Since it was built in June 1943, Dankyung has kept its original form intact through the turbulent period of Korea's liberation from Japanese colonization, Korean War, and modernization. Despite the traditional form, the approximately 70-year-old Hanok is convenient to use and is beautiful in shape, emitting its beauty and gracefulness to the visitors of Jeonju Hanok Village. Anyone staying in Dankyung will feel as if he/she has become a noble man/woman of old Korea.
The white birch garden at the entrance, maple tree, and apricot flower tree in the yard create a seasonal atmosphere. Dansil, Hyangsil, and Gyeongsil of the main building and Byeolsil and Dasil of the separate building are equipped with a wooden floor, giving off a delicate wood scent. The gallery opposite the garden displays artworks and provides a space for guests to have breakfast or drink coffee or tea. The rooftop of the gallery is a special place for guests so that they can enjoy an uninterrupted view of Jeonju Hanok Village over drinks.
92.80322394486117m 5582 2024-01-17
74, , Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
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.
94.83654163670315m 204 2024-01-17
100-20, Hanji-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Gaeunchae 2 is the sister accommodations of Gaeunchae and is located behind the Jeonju Korean Traditional Wine Museum. Completed in 2011, the traditional Hanok has soil walls and soil Ondol floors finished with traditional Hanji wallpaper and Hanji floor paper for greater traditional beauty. The exposed rafter and gray wall design make for the unique interior atmosphere of Hanok. Sculptures such as stone lantern and stone tiger in the garden, old rectangular stone, and terrace stone in the yard make the Hanok even more elegant. The small floor in the room just in front of the door is a versatile space where one can put luggage or sit and have a chat.
Being situated close to the busy Taejoro in Jeonju Hanok Village, Gaeunchae 2 offers easy access to major tourist sites of the village including Jeondong Catholic Cathedral, Gyeonggijeon, Imokdae, etc. which are within walking distance. Guests can have a food trip as well as visit great restaurants and cafes clustered nearby.
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15, Choemyeonghui-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
A must visit place for tourists in Jeonju, Ilrakdang Sarangchae is located in the middle of the traditional Korean house village of Jeonju. The very first of three enjoyments for noble man, as indicated by Menicus, the existence of parents and brothers with no troubles is what the place is named after. Standing in the garden, you can easily see the stone walls of Gyeonggijeon and also you are within the range of walking distance to Jeondong catholic church, Omokdae, Southern market, Jeonju Hyanggyo, and the wall painting village of Jaman.
The rooms are called, Haengbokchae, Sarangbang, Mitum band, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and so on. Haengbok room 1/2, a living room with furnace, a big sized attic above the living room are shared together, which makes it most suitable for big families or a small group of tourists. The Monday/Tuesday/Friday/Saturday/Sunday rooms all have a small, cozy attic and in every guest room’s wall, column and doors are mainly made of woods which makes them feel very warm. On every morning, in the shared kitchen, simple breakfasts mainly consisting of toasts, jams, coffee and juice are served. All guests are provided with discounts on Korean costume rental(30%), motor bikes(30%) and waengi bean sprout soup with rice (1000KRW). Besides, there are various services such as introduction to tasty restaurants in partnerships with traditional Korean house villages, as well as discounts, and try out of Korean rice cake making experiences and so on.
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78-3, Girin-daero, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Jeongga Hanok is a space where the traditional beauty of hanok and the modern comfort co-exists. The newly built Hanok is neat and pleasant. When you enter the small cobbled yard, the porch and the eaves will welcome you, and you’ll find that the rooms are filled with delicate wood fragrance. The interior is furnished with Korean cypress trees and red clay. In particular, the Cypress Tree room is all made of cypress trees, from the walls to the ceiling, making guests feel like they are lying in a forest. Maple Room and Ginkgo Tree Room, meanwhile, have attics.
Jeongga Hanok faces Jeonju Hanok Village with the Girin-daero in the middle. Hanok Village is just across the road. Major attractions such as Gyeonggijeon, Jeondong Catholic Cathedral, and Jeonjuhyanggyo Confucian School are all within walkable distance. Omokdae, which offers an unhindered view of Hanok Village, is located over the pedestrian overpass. Jaman Mural Village, famous for colorful mural and cozy cafes, is about 300 meters away and a great spot for selfie lovers.
106.80701856413253m 429 2024-01-18
68-13, Hanji-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
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.
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33-6, Eunhaeng-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
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).
184.720175706608m 11203 2024-01-18
149-3, Hyanggyo-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Buyongheon is located in Jeonju Hanok Village. Precisely speaking, Buyongheon is the very next door to Jeonju Hyanggyo (Confucian Temple and School). Across the alley are Jeonju Hyanggyo Culture Center and Wanpanbon Culture Center. If you walk a few more steps, you will reach Jeonju Hanbyeok Culture Center where you can see various performances and experience the culture and foods of Jeonju. Omokdae can be seen from the garden of Buyongheon. Across the Jeonjucheon Stream is the National Intangible Heritage Center.
The beginning of Buyongheon is deeply related with Jeonju Hyanggyo. In around 1935, the local bureaucrats lived around the Hyanggyo after building 12 houses one after another. Most of them came from rich families. These collective houses were called Buyong Houses, which meant rich houses. The name Buyongheon originated from Buyong Houses. The rooms of Buyongheon are composed of Toenmaru Bang, Daecheong Maru Bang, Large Daecheong Maru Bang and Big Sarangchae. The interior of the rooms looks neat with the beauty of blank space as they excluded unnecessary decorations. Carefully prepared breakfast is served upon request made in advance. Visitors can also experience traditional culture such as traditional etiquette education and Korean paper art.
In fall, the yellow leaves of the ginkgo tree in the garden of Jeonju Hyanggyo lights up the roof of Buyongheon. It is recommendable to walk along the Jeonjucheon Stream and take pictures of the colorful murals and the cafes in the Jaman Mural Village located on the left sie of the Hanok Village. It takes 15 minutes from Jeonju Station and 10 minutes from Jeonjuu Express Bus Terminal to Buyongheon by taxi.