Nature, Culture and Culinary Tourism in Jeonju, South Korea

In Jeonju, besides enjoying the nature and culture of its citizens, you can also try wearing Hanbook, South Korea's traditional costume. You can rent it at the rental place per costume complete with the accessories.

IPHEDIA.com - South Korea has many tourist attractions that offer natural, cultural and culinary charm, one of which is in Jeonju, a traditional village where one of the most popular foods in South Korea origin, namely Bimbimbap.

Jeonju in South Korea is one of the cities in developed countries in Asia that has successfully juxtaposed modernity and traditional sides. This well-preserved traditional village is proud of South Koreans.

Many attractions are a magnet for travelers to stop in Jeonju, including traditional Korean houses (Hanok Village), interesting festivals to the royal family's residence.

In Jeonju, besides enjoying the nature and culture of its citizens, you can also try wearing Hanbook, South Korea's traditional costume. You can rent it at the rental place per costume complete with the accessories.

One more thing you must try if you visit Jeonju is its culinary tour (especially bimbimbap), which has been awarded as the 2012 City of Gastronomy from UNESCO.

If from Seoul, the trip to Jeonju Village takes around 3 hours, but access to this village is very feasible. (*)

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