Yeoju Premium Outlet

Address  460 Sangeori Yeojueup Yeojugun Gyeonggi,
Telephone  +82-31-880-1234
Operating Hours  Open all year round.
10:00-20:00 from Sun to Fri
10:00-21:00 on Sat
10:00-21:00 from Jul to Aug

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Mok-a Buddhist Museum

Address  21, Imunan-gil, Gangcheon-myeon, Yeoju-gun, Gyeonggi-do
Telephone  +82-31-885-9952
Operating Hours  Open all year round.
Admission fee: 5,000 won for adults, 3,000 won for children

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Suwon Hwaseong Fortress

Address   11 Haenggungro Paldalgu Suwonsi
Telephone  +82-31-228-4677
Operating Hours : 09:00 – 18:00 (Mar~Oct Ticketing 09:00 – 17:00) After 18:00 Free, 09:00 – 17:00 (Nov – Feb Ticketing 09:00 – 16:00) After 17:00 Free
Admission fee: 1,000 for adults, 700 won for youth and 500 won for kids.

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Where to Experience Korean Traditional Culture

Where to Experience Korean Traditional Culture Hanok Village at Namsan-gol | hanokmaeul.seoul.go.kr Namsan-gol is a place in which hanok (Korean traditional houses) have been restored and people can appreciate their beauty. Classes in intangible cultural assets include brush painting of sagunja (the Four Gentlemen: Japanese apricot, orchid, chrysanthemum and bamboo), etiquette, the tea ceremony and…

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Hallyu (Korean Wave)

Hallyu (Korean Wave) A term now widely used to refer to the popularity of Korean entertainment and culture across Asia and other parts of the world, Hallyu or the “Korean Wave” first appeared during the mid-1990s after Korea entered into diplomatic relations with China in 1992 and Korean TV dramas and pop music gained great…

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Hanbok Clothing

Hanbok Clothing The Hanbok is the traditional outfit of the Korean people. Koreans nowadays wear this outfit only on festive days or special anniversaries, however it was worn daily up until just 100 years ago. It is a kind of traditional formal dress and most Koreans keep a hanbok for these special times. Children wear…

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Religion of Korean people

Religion Korea is a country where all the world’s major religions, Christianity, Buddhism, Confucianism and Islam, peacefully coexist with shamanism. Given the great diversity of religious expression, the role of religion in South Korea’s social development has been complex; and some traditions are best understood as important cultural properties rather than as rites of worship.…

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History about Korea

Gojoseon People began living on the Korean Peninsula and the surrounding area some 700,000 years ago. The Neolithic Age began some 8,000 years ago. Relics from that period can be found in areas throughout the Korean Peninsula, mostly in coastal areas and in areas near big rivers. The Bronze Age began around 1,500 to 2,000…

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