Korean Folk Village
February-April, October: 9:30-18:00, May-September: 9:30-18:30, November-January: 9:30-17:30, extended on public holidays 30 minutes. (Local time)
Situated in the city of Yongin close Seoul, South Korea, the Korean Folk Village is an outdoors living historical center where you can encounter conventional Korean culture. The 243 section of land zone enables you to encounter how life was amid the late Chosun Period which kept going from the 1700s to 1910. The town contains in excess of 260 conventional style structures and in excess of 30,000 family things from various areas in Korea. The Korean Folk Village has a conventional road market, eateries, and grandstands with customary carpentry and metalworking systems. Conventional functions and moves are additionally performed in the town.