If you are a fan of everything about South Korea, you must know Bukchon Hanok Village. But so that you know, don’t be noisy when you’re there. Some time ago, Landdisposition.com visited the State of Ginseng. One of the tourist attractions in South Korea that steals the attention or is loved by young people is Bukchon Hanok Village.
Bukchon Hanok Village located at 37, Gyedong-Gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul. The distance is not far enough from Gyeongbok Palace. Can take a bus, car or walk for about 10 minutes while enjoying Seoul City. Bukchon Hanok Village is a unique destination. This is where houses that are hundreds of years old are still very well maintained!
About Bukchon Hanok Village
Houses in Bukchon Hanok Village have existed since the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1897). At that time, residents of the homes there were the nobles because near to the palace. The architecture of the house is unique; the roof is long and curved and made of wood. The view is so contrasted with the skyscrapers around it. No doubt, Bukchon Hanok Village is a photo target for tourists. Especially fans of Korean drama films, many films have filmed here.
The traditional house architecture there certainly looks unified with hanbok, Korean clothing that is worldwide. It was, returning to South Korea first. There is no fee to enter Bukchon Hanok Village, aka free. However, because the road there is quite narrow, tourists must be smart to choose photo spots. But there is one important thing, don’t be noisy while in Bukchon Hanok Village!
Along the way, there are many appeals to ask tourists to stay calm, be quiet, and don’t make noise. After investigation, the houses in Bukchon Hanok Village are residents. Imagine if in front of your house there are lots of noisy people. It must be annoying, well, so did Bukchon Hanok Village.
Some officers, usually middle-aged women, wear unique uniforms and remind tourists to keep the volume up. Indeed, the name of a tourist, if you meet an attractive place for taking pictures, unquestionably cheerful.