Jeonju Hanok Village and Market Tour
We have organised a day trip to visit the historical city of Jeonju. Located in western South Korea, Jeonju is the birthplace of the popular dish Bibimbap. As well as being the birthplace of the Joseon Dynasty, Jeonju has a lot of attractions to offer. In this trip, you will have a chance to visit the Nambu Market as well as other attractions like the Jeonju Hanok Village and Jeondong Catholic Church.
What to Expect
Jeonju Nambu Markete
Having been the commercial center of the Southwestern part of Korea for centuries, Jeonju Nambu Market is always flooded with people. Being a market that has over 800 shops and 1,200 vendors, it sells almost everything. It also offers many different exotic street food.
Jeonju Hanok Village
Jeonju Hanok Village has retained its charm throughout the years and continue to do so. Famous for its traditional housing structures, Jeonju Hanok village is home to over 800 Hanok houses. This historical spot allows you to have a glimpse into the living style Korean people used to live in. Hanok Village is also a famous spot for travellers and food-lovers who would like to experience traditional Korean food, especially Bibimbap. Being the birthplace of the well-known Korean dish Bibimbap, you will be able to enjoy this dish in its origin.
There are also local rental shops in the area where you can rent Hanbok clothing. This way you may not only understand what it is like being a local, but also feel like a local.
Jeondong Catholic Church
Being known as one of the most beautiful Catholic churches in Korea, Jeondong Catholic Church was designed by Priest Poinel, who also built Seoul’s Myeongdong Cathedral. It is built to honour of the first Korean Catholic Martyrs who lost their lives at the very location.
Built in the Joseon Dynasty, Pungnammun Gate has now been known to be a National Treasure. Being one of the ruins that remained, Pungnammun Gate is the only gate that still stands after their demolition in 1597. The structure was partially destroyed during the Japanese invasion in 1592-1598 but was restored in 1978.
Yeongdeungpo Station Main Gate of Shinsegae Department Store
Samseong Station, Exit No.7
Arrive at Nambu Market and you may travel around as you would like or follow our suggested list of attractions
– Jeonju Hanok Village
– Nambu Market
– Jeondong Catholic Church
– Pungnammun Gate
Departure to Seoul
The price is only 15,000won and includes the following
1) Private chartered round trip bus
2) English speaking tour guide
How to Pay for Trips
1.You can use ATM machines or online banking to wire payments directly from your bank account to Adventure Korea’s account, Shinhan Bank account no: 140-011-581081 under the name of (주)더에이케이트래블
2.Otherwise, you can visit any bank in Korea and have a teller wire the funds on your behalf.
3.You can pay via paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you use paypal, 1 usd is same as 1,000won.
How to sign up for the trip
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2.Your full name including middle name.
4.How much was deposited
5.What bank you sent it from
6.Time and date you sent it
7.Pick up site
We have to pay deposits for these trips with the different accommodations and activity places. If you cancel at the last minute, we are losing money as well. Therefore, we have put into place this cancellation policy. By paying for the trip you agree to this cancellation policy.
If you have paid and would like a refund we have a three week policy. This policy is as follows:
5 days before the trip: Full refund
3 days before the trip: 50% refund
1 day before the trip: 0% refund
Pick up site
07:20 Yeongdeungpo Station Main Gate of Shinsegae Department Store
08:00 Samseong Station, Exit No.7
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