Places to See in Seoul; Bukchon Hanok Village

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As I mentioned in previous posts, ‘hanok’ is the name of traditional Korean house. And, ‘bukchon’ as a word means ‘the north village’. It is located on the historic downtown, near by two palaces.

DSC_0279There was a narrow way to village. When I went to Bukchon I used it.

DSC_0282Yes it was a good way.

DSC_0283It was a good way, because on that road I encountered to this nice things.

DSC_0288 Some animals have special meanings in Korean culture. You can see so many interesting animal figures in historical districts.

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In Hanok architecture, roofs are on the foreground. To understand the beauty of places, you need to look up a bit.

DSC_0295Bukchon village has an amazing roofscape view; you should never miss it.DSC_0296

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6 Responses to Places to See in Seoul; Bukchon Hanok Village

  1. Jono Cusack says:

    Brilliant Shots!

    Like

  2. Suze says:

    looks like a brilliant place. I am so jealous😉

    Like

  3. Pingback: Places to See in Seoul; Insa-dong District | Dogania

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