What To Expect
Travel to the Korean Folk Village to see a functioning community displaying the diversity of Korean lifestyle and culture of several centuries ago. See a wide assortment of residential structures from the straw-thatched cottages of commoners to the 99-room mansions of the noble class, preserving some of the country's rich traditional and cultural heritage. Peopled by real artisans and craftsmen dressed in traditional costumes, they ply their trades. Get a close look at numerous workshops doing their jobs, demonstrating centuries-old craftsmanship in the art of pottery, blacksmith, bamboo craft, traditional Korean paper manufacturing, wooden craft, glazed pottery, straw craft, willow craft, handheld fans, paper craft, cotton looms, silk looms, straw shoes, smoke pipes, and brassware.
In addition, the village offers farmer's music and dance, acrobatics on a tightrope, and a traditional wedding ceremony on a daily basis. A traditional marketplace offers the exotic flavors of Korean cuisine from different regions. Shops stock a variety of traditional handicrafts and souvenirs. At the swing site you will take a ride on a high traditional swing. Get a fascinating insight into the unique Korean lifestyle of the days gone by.
Farmer's Dance and Music
English speaking guide
Meals and drinks
Optional activity costs
Tips and gratuities
This tour has a 2 passenger minimum requirement for operation and is subject to cancellation if this minimum is not met.
Pick-up service depends on availability. Please inquire.
Assembly time is strictly 30 minutes prior to your scheduled departure.
Tour ends at Lotte Hotel Seoul until 31 December 2016. Starting 01 January, drop off point will be at the City Hall or Myeong-dong District.
Infants below 1-year-old will have to pay the adult / child price. Please select child ticket option.
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6 days / 5 nights
5 days / 4 nights