Bukchon Hanok Village ..
Bukchon Hanok Village is basically a residence area with many house are still in traditional shape of house. It was very lovely to walk around here especially in the morning since there weren’t many people yet. But tourists are not allowed to get by in loud noise since it could disturb the resident.
You can take the city bus and got off right in the area of Bukchon Hanok Village.
We stopped by at one of the house that was opened for public because they use their house as a private observatory. We paid the ticket to the owner of the house and we could enter the house and got a drink. The grandma, who was the owner of the house, was really nice.
After walking around the area of Bukchon Hanok Village, we walked to Gyeongbokgung Palace, which was kind of near from Bukchon Hanok Village. The street that we passed by was so lovely and quiet. There were also many tourists that dress up in Hanbok and walked to Gyeongbokgung Palace.
One of the house in the alley ..
The way to Gyeongbokgung Palace ..
Gyeongbokgung Palace ..
We can see some replicas of traditional Korean house.
The alley that was set to Korea in 1980-ish (I guess) .. If you ever watched Reply 1988, this alley really looks like the area of Doksun House.
A replica of traditional Korean house in the past.
National Folk Museum of Korea ..
An exhibition about salt ..
Korean living room in the past.
Korean traditional cuisine ..
People took a group photo in front of Gyeongbokgung Palace.
Tourists in Hanbok.
Changing of the Royal Guards at 2 p.m .. the Royal Guards were changed twice a day, on 10 a.m and 2 p.m.
On our way to Namsangol Hanok Village after visiting Cheonggyechon Stream.
Namsangol Hanok Village..
In the past, or in the country side, Kimchi was stored outside the house in large ceramic jars. Usually they put the ceramic jars in their house backyards.
A traditional Korean house.
You can see Namsan Tower in the background ..
Third day was over. Ciao ..