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  • Jeonju Hanok Village Night View
    When night comes to Jeonju Hanok Village, you can enjoy the beautiful night view as the cheongsachorong lights up Taejo-ro and lighting highlights the hanok walls~ Feel the night of Hanok Village that relaxes your heart and brings sweetness!
  • Hyanggyo-gil
    Have fun exploring the alleys of Hanok Village!! If you walk away from the bustling Taejo-ro and walk along Hyanggyo-gil, you can take photos of a lifetime at Donghun inside the Traditional Culture Training Center (119-6, Hyanggyo-gil) and the Jeonju Hyanggyo, known to be the prettiest hyanggyo in the country.
  • Choemyeonghui-gil
    It is a place where you can experience the beautiful alleys of Hanok Village and the atmosphere of Hanok. It is a quiet road with small flower pots and cozy benches for travelers to rest. Enjoy the old-fashioned but stylish mural at the alley of the house of Choi Myung Hee (26-51, Choemyeonghui-gil).
  • Gyeonggijeon-gil
    Gyeonggijeon stone wall road that surrounds Gyeonggijeon!! Everyone who comes to Hanok Village visits here to take a photo! Walk by the Gyeonggijeon wall, feel the atmosphere of hanok walls and take beautiful pictures! (Night scenery strongly recommended!)
  • Jeonjucheon
    Jeonjucheon, where it's beautiful all four seasons, has places where you can go on a swing like Chunhyang and stepping stones to go across Jeonjucheon! Rent out a public bicycle (near 30-1, Jeonjucheondong-ro) and ride along the Jeonjucheon! In autumn, take photos of a lifetime at the beautiful reed forest~!
  • Omokdae Dulle-gil
    The dulle-gil that goes up to Omokdae is not too steep or long and can be easily climbed with children ~ As you go up the road, there is a scenic location to take a panoramic photo of Jeonju Hanok Village, don't miss the photo opportunity ~
  • Eunhaeng-ro
    SilgaecheonStream that flows along Eunhaeng-ro is another specialty of Hanok Village! You don't need to go to a resort in the summer ~ Silgaecheon Stream is kept clean and is good for children to play in. If you walk along the Eunhaeng-ro, you will encounter the 600-year-old ginkgo tree (33-7, Eunhaeng-ro).