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Jeonju is 'the most beautiful place in Korea'

When anyone asks which city is the most Korean-like in Korea, the answer is definitely Jeonju. This is because Jeonju is a city with a history of over 1,000 years and the town where the 500 years of the Joseon dynasty originated.

Jeonju manages the largest Hanok village in Korea. Jeonju is a town of taste representing Korea and a city of traditional culture, home to the largest number of intangible cultural heritages in Korea. A UNESCO City of Gastronomy, the first international urban slow city in the world and the city of tourism ranked third in Asia in tourism presented by CNN, this is Jeonju.

For more information please click Jeonju Travel Guide Book"

Jeonju Tour Route

Jeonju Hanok Village Tour

The Hanok Village Tour is a guided tour accompanied by a guide and a culture & tourism commentator. Shuttle bus, admission fee, beverage and lunch is included.

11:30 ~ 13:00 ICC (Daejeon) → Jeonju (shuttle bus)
13:00 ~ 14:30 Lunch
14:30 ~ 16:00 Tourist Information Center → Omokdae → Taejo-ro → Jeondong Catholic Cathedral → Gyeonggijeon Shrine

Omokdae

Omokdae is the observatory in Hanok Village. This historic pavilion overlooks the entirety of Hanok Village.

Taejo-ro

The main street of Hanok village

Jeondong Catholic Cathedral

The grand Romanesque building is the oldest Western building in the modern era in all of Korea’s south-western region.

Gyeonggijeon Shrine (hall enshrining King Taejo Yi Senggye from Joseon Dynasty)

Gyeonggijeon is an historic architectural site builtin 1401 to enshrine the portrait of King Taejo YiSeonggye (1335~1408). the founding of Korea;s ancient Joseon dynasty. and to perform ancestralrites. Gyeonggijeon Shrine includes Jenju History Archives, which stores the Joseonwangjosillok (The Annals of the Joseon Dynasty) and the Royal Portrait Museum. Gyeonggijeon Shrine has been a visitor favorite for a long time thanks to ils shelter sith a broad yard and lush bamboo groove.

16:00 ~ 17:30 Free Time (beverage coupon provided)
Try on Hanbok (traditional costume of Korea) (17,000KRW)
Experience alleys (Experience programs) (10,000KRW ~ 20,000KRW)
Enjoy street food (Nambu Traditional Market)
Shopping (traditional crafts, etc.)
Culture tour (Kimchi Culture Hall, Alcohol Museum, Hanji Museum, Sound Culture Hall, etc.)
17:30 ~ 19:30 Back to Daejeon (shuttle bus)

※ If you are interested in trying on Hanbok or the experience programs, please tell the guide directly.

To join the Excursion please go to the Online Registration page (button below).

Registration deadline : 3 May, 2019

Description Amount
Excursion Foreign Participants : USD 60
Korean Participants : 66,000 KRW

Jeonju Limousine Terminal → Incheon Airport T1/T2

Jeonju Hanok Village - (25min) → Jeonju Limousine Terminal - (3hours 40min) → Incheon Airport T1/T2

Departure travel time (T1/T2) travel cost
12:30 3H 40M / 4H 10M 33,000 KRW
13:00 3H 40M / 4H 10M 33,000 KRW
13:30 3H 40M / 4H 10M 33,000 KRW
14:00 3H 40M / 4H 10M 33,000 KRW
15:00 3H 40M / 4H 10M 33,000 KRW
16:00 3H 40M / 4H 10M 33,000 KRW
17:00 3H 40M / 4H 10M 33,000 KRW
18:00 3H 40M / 4H 10M 33,000 KRW
19:00 (last bus) 3H 40M / 4H 10M 33,000 KRW

※ Please note that the online reservation system https://txbus.t-money.co.kr/main.do does not accept global
     cards (VISA, MASTER, JBC).

※ Thus, if you need a ticket please visit the registration desk on the 1st day (13 May) (09:00~17:00), and we will book
     your ticket instead. Please bring to the desk the exact amount of money (33,000 KRW) as we are not able
     to return change.
※ For those who will book their tickets directly in Jeonju, please go to the Limousine terminal and pay in cash
     (the limousine officer commented that some credit cards may work).