Step into the Korean countryside and visit the historic UNESCO World Heritage Naganeupseong Village, noted for its well-preserved cultural landscapes and traditional lifestyles continued from the Josdeon Dynasty.
The small village of Naganeupseong is widely considered as the best-preserved example of a Korean Fortress town. This historic village is well noted for its well-preserved cultural landscape and traditional lifestyle continued from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). In 2011 it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site and as you wander through the town, you will discover a large lotus pond, fortress walls and some well-preserved original houses that allow visitors to step inside. You will also find various government buildings as well as private homes, whose citizens continue to observe this cultural way of living. Many families have lived in the village for generations, keeping their traditional lifestyle.
Traditional art, weaving, dyeing and music experiences are on offer to experience for yourself, not to mention regular performances of traditional music and dancing. There is even a lesson in traditional Korean tea ceremony etiquette or riding in a dalguji.
Time travel back 600 years in Korea or have fun trying on traditional Korean clothes.
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