Jeonju is a historic city located in the southwestern part of South Korea. It is the capital of North Jeolla Province and is known for its rich cultural heritage and traditional Korean architecture. Enjoy Jeonju with Kids!
- Hanok Village & Gyeonggijeon
One of the main attractions in Jeonju is the Hanok Village, a traditional Korean village with well-preserved hanok houses. These houses feature beautiful curved roofs, wooden beams, and traditional courtyards, giving visitors a glimpse into the traditional way of life in Korea. The Hanok Village is a popular tourist destination where you can explore narrow streets, visit traditional tea houses, and try on traditional Korean clothing, called hanbok.
This is the view of Hanok Village from the parking lot of Hanok Village.
If you rent hanbok, I recommend you to wear hanbok and go to Gyeonggijeon to take pictures. Jeonju is home to several historical sites and landmarks. One notable attraction is the Gyeonggijeon Shrine, which houses the portrait of King Taejo, the founder of the Joseon Dynasty. Gyeonggijeon Shrine is wide and there are many good spots to take pictures that match hanbok, so you will be able to have a lot of great pictures. Enjoy Jeonju with Kids!
2. Deokjin Park
Deokjin Park is an amusement park in the Deokjinho Lake area, located in the west of Jeonju Station, and is also called Citizens’ Park. Cherry blossom trees line up in spring, and in May, changpo and lotus fill the water’s surface, especially Deokjin Lotus is widely known. When you visit Deokjin park, you can enjoy beutiful flowers, sightseeing and kids enjoy a forest playground. Enjoy Jeonju with Kids!
3. Awesome food
Jeonju is also famous for its cuisine. It is considered the birthplace of bibimbap, a popular Korean dish that consists of a bowl of rice topped with various vegetables, meat, and a spicy sauce. Visitors can try authentic Jeonju bibimbap in local restaurants throughout the city. In addition to bibimbap, Jeonju is known for its delicious street food, including hotteok (sweet pancakes), kongnamul gukbap (bean sprout soup with rice), and makgeolli (Korean rice wine). Enjoy Jeonju with Kids!
The city has a vibrant arts and cultural scene. Jeonju hosts the Jeonju International Film Festival, one of the leading film festivals in Asia, which attracts filmmakers and movie enthusiasts from around the world. There are also numerous galleries, theaters, and cultural centers where you can experience traditional Korean music, dance, and performances. You can see the festival plan in below website.
Visitors can also explore the Jeonju Hanji Museum, dedicated to traditional Korean paper-making, and the Jeondong Catholic Cathedral, the oldest Catholic church in Korea.
Overall, Jeonju offers a unique blend of tradition and modernity, making it a must-visit destination for anyone interested in Korean culture, history, and cuisine. Enjoy Jeonju with Kids!
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