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!
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.
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 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, 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~!
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 ~
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).