37 , Gyedong-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
The park is open; open from 00:00-23:59
Located between Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace and Jongmyo Temple, Bukchon is a traditional Korean residential area with a history of 600 years in Seoul. Located in the north of Cheonggyecheon and Jongno, it is called " Bukchon " . Beicun is more famous for its eight sceneries, whose structure has been preserved to this day.
Today's Bukchon has injected modern architecture into the existing traditional Hanok space. In addition to the fixed forms of traditional Hanok, Korean food restaurants, Hanbok shops and traditional handicraft workshops, there are also modern styles in traditional Hanok. Cafes, western restaurants, clothing stores and galleries, etc.
Tourists can not only visit Bukchon, but also choose to stay in the Hanok here. This family accommodation mode allows you to experience the life of ordinary Korean families that you cannot experience in ordinary hotels. To stay in the Hanok in Bukchon, you need to make an advance reservation.
At the same time, because many buildings near Bukchon exude unique charm due to the traces left by time, it has also become a location for many Korean dramas and variety shows. "Winter Sonata" starring Bae Yong-joon and Choi Ji-woo once filmed Jun-sang and Wei-jin's high school scenes in Gye-dong's high school. In addition, popular Korean dramas such as "A Gentleman's Dignity" and "You're Falling in Love with Me" have also been filmed in the Space Space in Wonseo-dong and the WWOOF Korean Backpacker Inn near Samcheong-dong. Pursuing the footsteps of idols has also become another purpose for many tourists to visit Beicun.
After watching the 8 scenic spots of Bukchon, if you have time, you might as well go to museums, workshops and traditional craft shops. Donglin Knotting Workshop is a studio that has provided accessories and props for the TV series "Gong" and "Hwang Jin-i". It mainly displays all kinds of exquisite knotting works, and you can also experience the simple and easy manual art of knotting by yourself. Jiahui Folk Painting Workshop exhibits folk paintings and other works that reflect the simple life of the common people in the past. While visiting the exhibits, you can also experience Korean handcrafts such as making fans and cup holders. Wandering among these traditional workshops, you can easily understand Korean traditional craft culture, and you can also collect some souvenirs and souvenirs with Korean characteristics by the way.
00:00-23:59 throughout the year; the specific business status is subject to the opening of the day
Preferential treatment policy
Additional Notes: 1. Bukchon Hanok Village is free to open, but some museums and art workshops require additional fees. 2. The above information is for reference only, and the specific information is subject to the disclosure of the scenic spot on the day.
- The appearance of the Hanok in Bukchon is quite similar. When visiting the 8 scenic spots of Bukchon, you must read the map to avoid getting lost. In case you get lost, you can ask the volunteers in red clothes, they can speak Chinese.
- Bukchon Hanok Village is not only a tourist attraction, but also an ordinary residential area. Be careful not to make loud noises so as not to disturb the surrounding residents.
- The nearby Beicun Tourist Information Office can also rent a Chinese version of the explanation equipment that dynamically introduces Beicun, which is very convenient for sightseeing. The rental time is between 10:00-14:00 every day, and you can borrow for free with some proofs as collateral.
- The photo sign "PHOTO SPOT" that was originally set on the ground in the 8 scenes of Bukchon has been removed.