It’s been so long and I haven’t reached the Jeju blogs hahaha.
Despite the chilling winds that made me lose all feelings on my face, we persevered on to visit the folk village in Seoul. Quite a cute place, there were many buildings showing the architecture of the past. Like the different houses people of different social classes would reside in, farmers, scholars, officials etc. There were also some traditional performances, a group of people were playing drums. There was also a tightrope performance by an old man who looked about 70 already? The wind was so strong, kudos to him for being able to keep his balance and cool haha.
We also experienced the sunset there which was beautiful there. The atmosphere of the place was great. I think it would much more relaxing to walk around when it’s warmer. The winter made it far too chilly for us to explore the place 🙁 Why did it have to be so cold goodness.
Korean Folk Village
90, Minsokchon-ro, Giheung-gu, Yongin-si, Gyeonggi-do
Opening Hours: Generally 0930 – 1830
Admission Fees: 15,000 won (Adults); 12,000 won (Youths 13-18); 10,000 won (Children 4-12)