After the visit of the palace we went to the village walking around the shops and houses. It offer variety of cosmetics, hand made shops which offer classes, coffee shops with nice atmosphere. Worth going for sure.
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This is a great hilly area to walk around. You get sweeping views over the tiled roof tops and also many traditional craft workshops and stores are to be found here. Take the walk and also the area just south and east of it is...More
There are lot of shop offers cheap hanbok rental as u wish to wander around the alleys and take cute picture. Its advisable to not make noise as this alleys now become residential area. Take time to walk around as enjoy the fine architerature arts....More
The view was great and very ancient. Feels like Kyoto. If you have issues with legs, suggest to get a cab up there. The stairs will drain your energy.
You can get lost in the Street of this very cosy place, really feeling to be in a village and not in Seoul
We were lost looking for this place as it is spread out and not very well signed. I would have enjoyed hearing about the place through a guide. Go when you aren't tired. The teriyaki chicken stick and beer saved the afternoon for me!
An interesting sreet full of people during the Chuseok. Restaurants, cafes shops, life on the street. This time also beautiful Korean national dresses.
This is an area where ordinary people live. Many houses are in traditional Korean form, but not sure whether they are newly built or historical. They are all similar so after a while you feel so so.
Loved how everyone were wearing hanbok. Village is full of cute shops, where you can spend all your money on beautiful Korean made clothes. Prices are little bit cheaper than Myeongdong shopping street. From village you can walk to the Palace.