Walking around in Hanbok (traditional Korean costume) is very popular among those visiting the Jeonju Hanok Village. You’ll see people taking photos in Hanbok to upload on SNS. However, there are other reasons to wear Hanbok in the Hanok Village than getting lots of likes. The Hanok Village has many venues that offer discounts for those wearing Hanbok! Then, let’s find out where they are!
Probably the most Jeonju-ish place in the Hanok Village is Zisum Gallery. The gallery specializes in printing photos on Hanji, traditional Korean paper and historical specialty of Jeonju. Hanji is said to be very durable, lasting a millennium. Zisum Gallery offers 10% discount for printing the Hanji photos of yourself wearing Hanbok. The Hanji photo print will be the most unique souvenir for your visit to Jeonju!
Zisum Gallery Jeonju Hanok Village Main Store
Address: 28, Choimyunghee-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju
Zisum Gallery Gyeonggijeon Branch
Address: 39, Taejo-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju
Teadam Teahouse at Jeonju Hanok Village
Teadam is a teahouse in Jeonju Hanok Village. Apart from the common coffee-based drinks, the teahouse also offers a variety of tea-based drinks from classic teas to blended teas, such as ‘Romantic Propose’ and ‘Spring Waltz.’ Teadam offers 10% discount on drinks for those wearing Hanbok. The atmosphere of Teadam is quite elegant and the place becomes very photogenic in the evening.
Address: 74, Hyanggyo-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju
MangoSix at Jeonju Hanok Village
Famous for a variety of mango-based drinks and desserts, the Jeonju Hanok Village branch of Café MangoSix is located next to Gyeonggijeon. This place has impressive Hanok-ish antique interior. Also, if you sit on the terrace or next to the window, you’ll be able to enjoy the open view over Gyeonggijeon and Hanok Village. During the weekdays, this place offers 10% discount for those wearing Hanbok. (excluding bottled drinks and merchandise products)
Address: 2nd Floor, 100 Jeondongsungdang-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju
Etude House at Jeonju Hanok Village
The Jeonju Hanok Village branch of a popular Korean cosmetics brand, Etude House, is quite different from its other branches. The Hanok Village branch has the signboard written ‘에뛰드 하우스’ instead of the usual ‘Etude House.’ Also, this branch has a small make-up studio where you can wear make-up and take photos of yourself in Hanbok. The place offers 10% discounts for those wearing Hanbok or the old-styled school uniform, which is as common as Hanbok in the Hanok Village. (overlap discounts cannot be applied during the Pink Membership discount period)
Address: 64, Eunhaeng-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju
Café Angel-In-Us at Jeonju Hanok Village
At the Jeonju Hanok Village branch of Café Angel-In-Us, you can order your drinks on the first floor and take a seat anywhere between the second floor to the terrace above the third floor. The view changes depending on where you sit. You can choose to sit with a view to Jeondong Cathedral or a view to Pungnammun Gate. This place offers up to 20% discount for those wearing Hanbok.
Address: 126, Paldal-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju
Café JB Blue
Café JB Blue is run by the local Jeonbuk Bank. Here, you can conduct transactions through the bank and enjoy drinks at the same time. Unlike other banks in general, the atmosphere of this place is very comfortable as it’s quite spacious and has huge windows. For those wearing Hanbok, this place offers up to 20% discount on coffee-based drinks and up to 10% discount on other drinks and desserts. (excludes bottled drinks)
Wear Hanbok in Jeonju to make delightful memories while receiving discounts!
* This post is based on last year’s information. The discounts might vary depending on your time of visit.