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JEONJU MUST DO: Hanbok Experience at Jeonju Hanok Village

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I might not a fans of Korean Drama Series but experiencing traditional village is always a yes for me, especially with traditional clothes.

Otw to the viewing point

Pagi itu langit berwarna putih, flat. Kami turun dari bus dan berjalan kaki menapaki tangga-tangga kayu untuk melihat Jeonju Hanok Village dari atas. Sekitar 800 rumah tradisional Korea, hanok, terlihat berjajar berhimpitan, kontras dengan bangunan-bangunan modern yang berbatasan dengan desa tradisional ini.


That morning the sky is white, kind of flat. We got off the bus and walked up the wooden stairs to look at Jeonju Hanok Village from above. About 800 traditional Korean houses, hanok, seen lined up--coincided with each other, in contrast with the modern buildings bordering this village.

"Ah kenapa mendung begini," lirih saya


"Why this is so cloudy," I whispered
 
Tak lama justru hujan rintik-rintik turun. Alam memang tidak bisa dilawan, saya yang datang bersama blogger-blogger Indonesia lain mesti menahan sedih karena desa yang sangat indah ini kurang bersinar akibat mendungnya cuaca hari itu. 


Shortly, the rain was drizzling. We can never fight against the nature, I and other Indonesian bloggers who had come together must withstand the sadness because this idyllic village had become less bright due to the day's cloudy weather.

"Matahari keluar dong," saya masih berharap

"Sun, please come out," I was still hoping.


Akhirnya kami berjalan turun dari viewing area di bukit kecil di sisi Jeonju Hanok Village dan masuk ke desa. Saya memperhatikan atap hanok yang melengkung ke atas, rumah-rumah tradisional ini sangat menarik, dengan pepohonan rimbun di antara hanok.


Finally, we walked down from the viewing area on a small hill on the side of the Jeonju Hanok Village and entered the village. I noticed Hanok roof that curved up, these traditional houses are very interesting, with lush trees between hanok.







Yummy bear-paw ice cream!

Saat hujan mereda, kami berkeliling. Rupanya cuaca tidak menghalangi niat turis mengunjungi Hanok Village, desa tradisional di Jeonju ini memang jadi salah satu atraksi utama di Jeonju. Toko-toko yang menjual souvenirs, snacks dan makanan lain kini dipenuhi pengunjung, sebagian turis berkelilng Hanok Village sambil menggunakan pakaian tradisional Korea, hanbok, menarik melihat warna-warna cerah hanbok membaur dengan pakaian modern.


When the rain stopped, we went around. Apparently the weather did not deter tourists visiting Hanok Village, since this traditional village in Jeonju is indeed to be one of the main attractions in Jeonju. The shops that sell souvenirs, snacks and other foods are now full of visitors, mostly tourists traveled around Hanok Village with a traditional Korean dress, hanbok, it's fascinating to look at the bright colors of hanbok blend with modern clothes.






Yang menarik, saat berkeliling Jeonju Hanok Village, tiba-tiba kami sudah sampai di area ujung dan menemukan bangunan gereja besar dengan gaya Eropa. Jeondong Cathedral dibangun di periode tahun 1908 hingga 1914 dan merupakan gereja Katolik utama di Jeonju. Saat masuk ke area Katedral terasa sangat berbeda, Korean vibes tiba-tiba tergantikan dengan suasana Eropa, karena gaya Eropa ini tidak hanya di bangunan gereja, namun rumah-rumah dan bangunan di sekitar katedral ini.


Interestingly, when traveling around Jeonju Hanok Village, suddenly we had reached the end of the area and found a large church with European style. Jeondong Cathedral was built in the period 1908 to 1914 and is the main Catholic church in Jeonju. When entering the cathedral area, the vibes were totally different, Korean vibes suddenly replaced with a European atmosphere, because this European style could not only be found in church buildings, but also in homes and buildings around the cathedral.
  
Hanbok rent available everywhere in Jeonju Hanok Village
Hanbok squad





Menuju sore hari, kami menyewa hanbok, yeay! Saya memilih warna polos yang ternyata harga sewanya hanya 5000 won (atau Rp. 50 ribu) untuk 2 jam, dan salah satu lokasi paling tepat untuk menikmati suasana (dan foto-foto tentunya) di Jeonju Hanok Village adalah di Gyeonggijion Shrine. Atmosfir bangunan Korea, pepohonan dan bambu menjadi setting yang menarik untuk berkeliling menggunakan hanbok.


In the afternoon, we rented a hanbok, yeay! I chose a plain color and it turned out that the rent is only 5,000 won (or Rp 50 thousand) for 2 hours, and one of the most appropriate locations to enjoy the atmosphere (and to take pictures, of course) in Jeonju Hanok Village is in Gyeonggijion Shrine. The atmosphere of Korean buildings, trees and bamboo become an attractive setting to get around wearing the hanbok.






Usai puas berkeliling, kami mengembalikan hanbok dan bersiap pulang. All the sudden, the sun shine and gave glows into Jeonju Hanok Village. Oh sun, you're kindda bit late, but thanks anyway..


After roaming around, we returned the hanbok and prepared to go home. All of the sudden, the sun shone and gave its glows into Jeonju Hanok Village. Oh sun, you're kinda bit late, but thanks anyway ..



I enjoy a bit of sunset splash before going to the bus, until next time Jeonju Hanok Village!

@marischkaprue - far from princessy attitude but she can dance wearing hanbok ;)

NOTES

JEONJU HANOK VILLAGE
29 Eojin-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do

GETTING THERE
From SEOUL
By Bus
Dari Gangnam Bus Terminal (Seoul) ke Jeonju (2 jam 40 menit)
Kemudian dari Jeonju Bus Terminal, naik bus nomor 5-1 atau 79, turun di Jeondang Cathedral bus stop (Hanok Village)


By Bus
From Gangnam Bus Terminal (Seoul) to Jeonju (2 hours 40 minutes)
Then from Jeonju Bus Terminal, take bus No. 5-1 or 79, get off at the bus stop of Jeondang Cathedral (Hanok Village)


By Train
Dari Yongsan Station (Seoul) ke Jeonju Station
Kemudian dilanjut dengan bus nomor 12 / 60/ 79/ 109/ 119/ 142/ 508/ 513/ 526/ 542 dan turun di Jeondang Cathedral bus stop


by Train
From Yongsan Station (Seoul) Jeonju Station
Then continued by bus number 12 / 60 / 79 / 109 / 119 / 142 / 508 / 513 / 526 / 542 and get off at the bus stop of Jeondang Cathedral
 

HANBOK RENT PRICE (2 hours)
Female hanbok
Start from 5000 - 10.000 won (untuk hanbok polos tanpa motif)
Start from 15.000 - 20.000 won (hanbok motif)

Male hanbok
Start from 8000 - 10.000 won
Start from15.000 - 20.000 won (king hanbok)


Female hanbok
Start from 5000-10000 won (for plain hanbok without patterns)
Start from 15000-20000 won (patterned hanbok)

Male hanbok
Start from 8000-10000 won
Start from15.000 - 20,000 won (king hanbok)
 
ADMISSION FEE
GYEONGGIJION SHRINE
3000 won

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8 comments:

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Harry Hermanan mengatakan...

Bukan fans drama korea, tapi mbaknya cocok banget pake hanbok gitu.

Cumilebay MazToro mengatakan...

Biar mendung dan gerimis tapi semangat jalan2 manja liat rumah2 khas korea ini

Adis Takdos mengatakan...

aaa keren2 fotonya!! sukaaak!!

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Haffizul Iskandar mengatakan...

cantiknya! lokasi dan pakaiannya. kedua-duanya cantik! termasuk pemiliknya. hehehe

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Bryant Pelleng mengatakan...
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Bryant Pelleng mengatakan...

Hasil fotonya selalu menakjubkan.
Kak Marischka & Kak Ferry makin kece pake hanbok
:D

Salam dari Manado

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Arya mengatakan...

Wah keren, rombongannya abang cumilebay ya? hehehe