If you are visiting N Seoul Tower, Namsangol Hanok Village is nearby. Quite place in the middle of busy city. Interesting to look at and explore authentic houses. There is an opportunity to have sleeping and resting experience in one of these houses! There is also a park and monument with time capsule! Good place to rest and enjoy a little bit of nature and it's free of charge. Can see the beautiful design of old Korean buildings. Behind is a park to stroll. Enjoyed myself so much there.
We witnessed the amazing tradition korea wedding at #namsangolhanokvillage on the north side of Namsan Mountain in the center of the capital, #souel, #korea.
In the past few days of free travel in South Korea, I originally planned not to go to the sights. I didnt want to see the crowd in another place. I didnt want to pay for the tickets to go to the sights. I just wanted to walk on the street and approach the locals. Life, feel the human culture of this nation.
But I still came to the South Valley Hanok Village, and the first time I went to the South Valley Hanok Village was on New Year's Day. It was China's New Year's Day and South Korea's New Year's Day. Before coming to South Korea Hanok Village, I asked local friends, what is the difference between Namdae Hanok Village and Bukchon Hanok Village. My friend told me that Bukchon Hanok Village is more authentic and continues according to the real life of the local people. The South Valley Hanok Village is restored according to the profile of Hanok Village. It is built according to the attractions. Although it is an attraction, it also has many functions. It will show more Korean culture, and every major festival every year. Organize relevant public celebrations.
The Namsangol Hanok Village is home to five selected Joseon-era Hanok houses in Seoul. At the entrance of the Village, a pond named "Cheonghakji" was specially built to present the Namsan gol in the past. Namsangol Hanok Village includes both the mansions of literatis and the civilian residences, reflecting the residential culture of various social classes in the Joseon era. You can experience traditional weddings and traditional Korean cultural activities in the Hanok’s courtyard.