The first thing that catches your attention when you arrive in Jeonju Hanok Village is the Gyeonggijeon. It is the gate that guards the village where royal families lived. Gyeonggijeon was built in the tenth year of King Taejeong (in 1410) as a place to enshrine the portrait of King Taejo, (born as Seonggae Lee), who is the founder of the Joseon Dynasty. 'Jeon' means palace and Gyeonggijeon is the only palace-like structure that is built south of the Han River in Korea.
Then we visited a museum with oriental medicine. You could check on a computer whether your health state is good or , if not what measures you can take. I personally think oriental medicine can work wonders.
We visited variety of beautiful places, such as the bamboo forest and I have already written about the Jeondong cathedral here. You can slightly see it in the background of Hanok village on the third picture below.
That was our wonderful trip to magical traditional village in Jeonju. Believe it or not, I am not done yet. I have to write about the Korean traditional paper factory and also Korean traditional performance called Panseori. Keep tuned on :)