Seongeup Folk Village

A couple buses, an hour and about $3 each delivered my friend and I to Seonguep Folk Village on a Saturday afternoon.

The Korean government subsidizes residents to maintain the traditional way of life and share it with visitors. So, we were able to see woven shoes, jujube tea being made, rope making and the black pigs being raised in the traditional way.

We were able to talk to the residents. Ok, no not really. They spoke Korean and we nodded our heads a lot. Still, it was really cool. I would definitely recommend it!

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