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JeonJu-City English Blog, July Foreigners’ Comments Event!

JEONJU-CITY ENGLISH BLOG, JULY FOREIGNERS’ COMMENTS EVENT!

Jeonju is the most Korean city! Welcome to Jeonju-City Blog. This blog is trying to convey various information about Jeonju in English to foreigners. Which posts on this blog are you interested in? Please leave your comments in English on the blog posts published from May to July 2019. Various gifts are prepared for the foreigners who participated in the event. Go for it now!

🍀Period

July 5th (Fri) ~ July 31th (Wed)

🍀Participation

Visit the blog of Jeonju city(http://jeonjucity.kr/) and post comments on interesting posts posted from May to July 2019.

*There is no difference between the number of comments per person and the possibility of winning.

*Winners are selected randomly.

🍀Winner Announcement

August 2nd(Fri)

🍀Prize

Amazon gift card $100(1), Americano gift card(30)

*Amazon gift card winner must pay 22% of the product tax.

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  • Sonia

    I’m glad you specified that it didn’t matter about the number of comments! Last time some people just commented 30 times (most of it not really contributing anything) on the same post!

  • Cayly Warner

    Great competition. I was going to read the blog anyway, now, maybe I will even win a prize. YAY

  • vikas p

    Great event i have ever seen like this before.

  • vikas p

    I’m glad you specified that it didn’t matter about the number of comments!

  • vikas p

    As a foreigner living in korea, adapting to the culture is one of the most difficult challenges. I have been to jeonju in various times. First, as a Korean language student on a cultural trip, we made bibimbap, tried tratitional outfits and had a walk around the different places the city has to offer. The second time I has the opportunity to see how beautiful Jeonju looks at night: couples and families dressing in precious outfits, delicious food and people having a good time.

  • vikas p

    This is a nice effort to keep promoting the city. I love Jeonju when i visited. I plan to visit again soon!.

  • vikas p

    Posting a lot these days!.

  • vikas p

    Thanks for this event

  • vikas p

    Great event! I think this would boost foreign interest and tourism to JeonJu!

  • vikas p

    Am very proud to be participating this event

  • vikas p

    Thank you for all your posts. Thank you for sharing your experience and knowledge about this beautiful city. Before finding your blogs, Jeonju for me was related only with a Hanok Village. But you’re showing so many different facets of this precious diamond of Korea. Keep doing your great work. Your readers eager to know more from you. Looking forward for the next post. Thank you again!

  • vikas p

    because of this event next time when i go to jeonju with friends, dont need to worry about where to go and what to eat

  • vikas p

    I have been to Jeonju city several times. My husband and i love traveling around Korea and Jeonju city is one of our favorite places. We try to visit there each time when we get a chance. And i would love to recommend this city to all the other foreigners who are thinking of travelling to Korea

  • mallem k

    always been in my heartv

  • mallem k

    gave plenty of recommendations that were great. Prefect for a couples weekend away. Very clean and comfortable.

  • mallem k

    nice city in korea

  • mallem k

    a lovely stay here

  • mallem k

    Strategic location

  • mallem k

    Thanks for this event

  • mallem k

    proud to be participating this event

  • mallem k

    I’m glad you specified that it didn’t matter about the number of comments

  • vikas p

    Nice to see this kind of events

  • vikas p

    Great competition. I was going to read the blog anyway, now, maybe I will even win a prize.

  • vikas p

    Its a beautiful village ecery one must vist this place

  • vikas p

    In rainy season its looks more beautiful

  • vikas p

    I highly recommend to see it

  • vikas p

    Must visit this place

  • vikas p

    Am happy to say that this place is very nice and awesome.

  • vikas p

    Nature is so beautiful village and one of the best place in korea.

  • vikas p

    I love it.

  • vikas p

    Go with your friends and family

  • Bharat

    because of this event next time when i go to jeonju with friends, dont need to worry about where to go and what to eat

  • Bharat

    Happy trip

  • vikas p

    I’m glad you specified that it didn’t matter about the number of comments

  • vikas p

    Great event i have ever seen like this before

  • vikas p

    Great competition. I was going to read the blog anyway

  • vikas p

    Nature is so beautiful village and one of the best place in korea

  • vikas p

    because of this event next time when i go to jeonju with friends

  • vikas p

    Thanks for the event

  • vikas p

    proud to be participating this event

  • vikas p

    Great event! I think this would boost foreign interest and tourism to JeonJu

  • Bharat

    Very beautiful buildings with a lot of street food and activities to do. You can rent traditional clothes to wear around the area as well.

  • Bharat

    I visited here, with my son and daughter-in-law, along with her parents.getting a good look at the place where the Jeoson insurrection got started and at various aspects of the culture that took root, after the Jeoson monarchs became established.

  • Bharat

    We had a great time learning about Korea’s history. Great place to take kids. Saw many families with elementary kids. We went in July so it was hot but everyone had such a good time. Unfortunately, due to the weather,

  • Bharat

    Good place to try wearing hanbok and walk around the streets and photo taking. Food is definitely must try as it taste different with other city.

  • Bharat

    Hard to describe, other than “contrived, commercial, and crowded.” The main area is modern buildings made to look traditional, all selling the same stuff. There is an older section of town, away from the crowds,

  • Bharat

    It was a hit or miss place. Not my cup of tea. It looks more like a theme park or a foodie playground. Jeonju Hanok Village may have historical roots from the Joseon Dynasty. However, much of the present-day site bears little of it

  • Bharat

    I came across this area on the internet and have not regretted planning a trip here. We most destinations are within walking distance or at the edge of this village.

  • Bharat

    This hanok village area is dedicated for tourist spot. Many restaurant who sell bibimbab, korean local cuisine and street food here. Also, this is a very good place to rent

  • Bharat

    t was raining when I visited the village but was still worth the walk. Very beautiful buildings, streets and alleys. Unfortunately there were a lot of businesses that were closed but fortunately there weren’t too many tourists.

  • Bharat

    I loved Hanok village! So much to see and so much to do. I feel like I’ve been to many different places in Hanok Village, but everytime you go back you see something new. Great food, great random conversations with people

  • mallem k

    Thanks for like this kind of events

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  • mallem k

    Must visit this place

  • mallem k

    I recommend to visit jeonju once you vusit jeounju

  • mallem k

    Great competition. I was going to read the blog anyway

  • mallem k

    As a foreigner living in korea, adapting to the culture is one of the most difficult challenges. I have been to jeonju in various times. First, as a Korean language student on a cultural trip, we made bibimbap, tried tratitional outfits and had a walk around the different places the city has to offer.

  • mallem k

    I love this place

  • mallem k

    I hope every one enjoy by commenting here

  • mallem k

    I wish all the best for every people

  • mallem k

    I’m glad you specified that it didn’t matter about the number of comments

  • mallem k

    I loved Hanok village! So much to see and so much to do. I feel like I’ve been to many different places in Hanok Village, but everytime you go back you see something new. Great food, great random conversations with people

  • mallem k

    Best village to see this in korea

  • mallem k

    I like this kind of events

  • mallem k

    I highly recommend this place for foreigners

  • mallem k

    This is a nice effort to keep promoting the city. I love Jeonju when i visited. I plan to visit again soon!.

  • mallem k

    I want to visit again

  • mallem k

    I love this place very much

  • mallem k

    Thanks for this event

  • mallem k

    Its agreat compitetion

  • mallem k

    I like to participate in this event

  • mallem k

    Have been travelled last month to jeonju city where the sceneries are good, the culture is great and the people was awesome! I would love to go back there with my friends soon!

  • mallem k

    Jeonju is one of my favorite cities in Korea. I have been there during the autumn and it’s so beautiful. I hope to visit Jeonju again in other season.s

  • Palagani

    Great to see that there’s more effort being put to promote Jeonju.

  • Palagani

    Great to see that there’s more effort being put to promote Jeonju..

  • Palagani

    This is a nice effort to keep promoting the city…

  • Palagani

    Jeonju is a city in western South Korea. It’s known for the Jeonju Hanok Heritage Village, an area of traditional houses,

  • Palagani

    a beautiful city in southwestern Korea

  • Palagani

    Please increase no of prizes

  • Palagani

    Lot of competition

  • Palagani

    It0s so hard to get prize

  • Palagani

    Please give me more Amazon gift cards

  • Palagani

    Sorry for asking this