The Jeju Folk Village has comprehensively organized Jeju’s traditional folklore materials by setting 1890, the end of the Joseon Dynasty, and has put them on display for all to see.
Details and a map: www.visitjeju.net/u/2Ao
This is a place where Jeju’s folk culture is properly preserved, where people can see trees and flowers in a single glance, and where Jeju’s culture can be compared and contrasted to the cultures of the rest of the world.
It’s in the southeast of the island, but conveniently located at the end of highway 97, so it’s easy to get to from Jeju City by car.
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