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Night Stroll Through the Alleyways of Jeonju Hanok Village

Jeonju Hanok Village has drawn visitors from around the globe. Most attractions are open during the daytime. But at night, the Hanok Village charms the visitors in different ways.

Jeonju Hyanggyo (Confucian School) Alleyway

Jeonju Hyanggyo (Confucian School) has appeared in several K-Dramas. In autumn, the four-hundred years old gingko tree at overwhelms the scenery. Exit through the rear gate of the premise.

​The stone-walled alleyway is a place with the unique Korean atmosphere. The lightings heighten the romantic evening mood.

Jeonju Hanbyuk Culture Center and Omokgyo

Crossing the beautifully lit Omokgyo Bridge is also necessary for a night stroll at the Hanok Village. The night view of the bridge, the cool breeze blowing over the Jeonjuchun River, and the dancing silver grass all tell that this autumn is peaking.

The lightings along the alleyway from the Omokgyo Bridge to Jeonju Hyanggyo seem to accentuate the elegance of the Hanok buildings.


Gyeonggijeon Alleyway

When the sun sets and the street lightings turn on, the stone wall and the blooming crape myrtle flowers look beautiful together.

Many people were trying to take photo with the crape myrtle flowers and the stone walls in one frame.


Choi Myeong Hee Literary Museum Alleyway

These days, the street lights start to turn on around 17:00~17:30. The stone wall alleyway of Choi Myeong Hee Literary Museum is more like a Korean fairy tale than others alleyways.

​The lycoris flowers are blooming under the stone walls. The atmosphere is almost magical.

It’ll be the most relaxing and beautiful experience to stroll the alleyways of Jeonju Hanok Village at night!


Jeonju Hanok Village

Address: Kirindaero 99, Wansangu, Jeonju

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  • Jared Sandler

    These excellent photographs capture the serenity throughout Jeonju Hanok Village at night! The two most tranquil places appear to be Omokgyo Bridge & Choi Myeong Hee Literary Museum Alleyway. The photographs and descriptions in this blog post can make a strong case that Jeonju Hanok Village is equally as impressive at night!

  • Ever Enrique Castillo Osorio

    I have been also at night there, is really wonderful the colors and lights. I liked to walk around with friends. The Jeonju Hanok Village has magic everytime.

  • Home Cafe

    Thanks for the post. I liked all the places but my favorite one is the Gyeonggijeon Alleyway. Its looks awesome in the night with lights

  • Thanks you for sharing this beaitiful place to us . I want to go Jeonju in the future . I want to visit many place in Jeonju 🙂


    Thanks you for sharing about Jeonju to us 🙂 . Hope I can visit to Jeonju after covid-19 . Amen . I want to visit many place at there !! I have Like your facebook page and share your information (blog) on my facebook profil . I’m so happy to reading and see ur beautiful picture about Jeonju on ur blog 😉 . Hope we can visit to Jeonju soon .

    I have share my favorited article






    Jeonju Hanok Village is my favorited place at Jeonjuuu

    Jeonju Hanok Village is located in the city of Jeonju and overlaps Pungnam-dong and Gyo-dong. There are 735 traditional Korean hanok houses. While the rest of city has been industrialized, Hanok Village retains its historical charms and traditions.

    The charm of Jeonju Hanok Village lies in the hanok buildings’ unique roof edges, which are slightly raised to the sky. Hanok houses are generally divided into two sections, anchae and sarangchae. Sarangchae is where the men dwell. Because men and women had to remain separated, anchae is situated deep inside the house so that it is secretive and quiet.

    Another trait of hanok is that all the houses are heated with ondol, a unique floor heating system. Since Koreans enjoy sitting, eating, and sleeping on the floor, it needs to remain heated. To experience what hanok is like, visitors can either book a hanok accommodation or visit the Hanok Life Experience Hall

    Wish me luck

  • Nurenza Lee

    Jeonju Hanok village is one of the best destinations ever, I have been to korea but unfortunately I didn’t get the chance to visit Jeonju Hanok Village, but hoping to visit it soon, it’s an amazing place especially in autumn season!

  • Nurenza Lee

    Thank you for sharing with us interesting information about Jeonju City ^^

  • Helen Elizabeth

    How beautiful~ one day I’d love to walk here at night too~ ^^

  • Tasleem Mansour

    My Favorite Place is : 👇
    Hanok Village is a great place to experience traditional Korean Culture. There’s a lot of traditional Korean houses and traditional Korean attire for rent at an affordable price. The atmosphere is really good but you have to visit during summer. I had fun to experience wearing Hanbok while roaming around the village. It is a must visit place.

  • Shanu Siddiqi

    This is a traditional village in South Korea. The place is beautiful and attractive to visitors.
    Parking, toilet, food everything is good. Parking is bit expensive inside the parking lot. You can try outside the lot but not recommended as parking here & there is punishable. There are small auto car for travellers to look around but have to pay 30-35 thousand korean won per hour. Anyway, the experience is great. I would love to visit again

  • Monna Bhai

    I like this : 👉 HANOK VILLAGE

    I had great time exploring the Hanok Village. It was great to see and experience former cultural and traditional Korean life. The architecture of the buildings are very picturesque. It’s easy to find yourself wandering through the streets simply enjoying the architecture.

    The many people who work there were very nice and very approachable. I was able to ask some questions in English, while others I had to attempt in Korean. Jeonju’s Hanok Village is worth visiting.

  • Rocky Ansari

    Beautiful village. Clean, spacious and not too touristy. Shops sell nice and unique items which are not expensive at all. Hop over to the nearby mural village for nice photos. Stay till the night to see the streets light up with fairy lights and lanterns and book one of the hanoks here for a unique sleeping experience. Overall an amazing trip and definitely one of my favorite experiences in Korea

  • Radhakrishna Pillai N

    Thank you so much fro the authentic and interesting information about Jeonju Hanok Village. This village provides golden memories of the past.

  • Radhakrishna Pillai N

    I congratulate the entire team of Jeonju-City English Blog for its attractions. I thank everyone of you who are behind the Blog for your mission to convey various information about Jeonju. The October to November posts are very excellent and valuable. Posts on charming and fascinating Jeonju Hanok Village gives me a deep insights on Jeonju heritage. In the Jeonju Tour section you have posted four posts about Hanok Village including Visit Jeonju Hanok Village With Jeonbuk Tour Pass, Jeonju Hanok Village’s Autumn Night View, The Gingko Tree Spot of Jeonju Hanok Village and Night Stroll Through The Alleyways Of Jeonju Hanok Village .These articles are an excellent piece which made me look differently at Jeonju Hanok Village.The information from different fields made the articles more interesting.The layout and photos of the articles as well as the content of the posts are excellent and colorful making it more reader- friendly. I really enjoy these posts. Thanks a lot for the wonderful use of images.

  • Emila Clarke

    I just love hanoks, i would love to stroll the streets in Hanbok , it would be fun <.<