Our visit to the traditional cultural theme park Korean Folk Village is far from over, my friends, because there’s still a lot to talk about. Even if I end this post with us leaving the Village, I have a couple or so more posts dedicated on stuff we did in this place. Read more
Welcome to the 2nd installment of my series of posts on my visit to the Korean Folk Village in Yongin, Gyeonggi-do. Yes, it’s a series, because there’s just so many things to see and do in this living museum to fit in a single post. In the first post, we officially entered the Village, and walked around key places, such as the Farmers’ Houses and the Nobleman’s Mansion. This time, we’ll explore more of this vast Village.
Be transported to the Joseon dynasty, and get more than a glimpse of how the people back then used to live. Walk through their village streets, peer into their houses, touch their day-to-day tools and implements. And no, you’re not sitting in front of your computer watching a sageuk drama with costumed actors. You’re at the Korean Folk Village in Yongin City.
It’s crrrrrruuuuunch time in my own end of the universe. It comes with the territory of being a bean counter, I suppose, because it’s that time of the year again: preparation of yearend financial reports. Hopefully, by the end of this week, this busy time will be over…. only to make way for another, equally, busy time. But hey, better busy than idle, I always say.
Did you notice something different about my blog? It’s just a liiiiiiittle change, so you might not notice it, but yes, I moved hosts. I figured I have to make sure that I won’t lose the memories (yes, they are memories) that I write about and share in this little corner of the internet. Granted, the migration is not full yet, I’m about halfway there still, so if you notice some distortions or wrong links, then I’m still in the process of fixing and tweaking them. Slow, baby steps.
For now, I’m going to continue with my South Korea travel series, and here’s another place that I revisited: Gyeongbukgong, or Gyeongbuk Palace.