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Nighttime Attractions in Jeonju – Jeonbuk National University, Deokjin Park, following the warm lights.

“Jeonju’s Nighttime Spots: Jeonbuk National University, Deokjin Park.”

With the arrival of a warm spring, the temperature at night becomes pleasantly warm, making it a wonderful season for walking.
On a comfortable spring night, let me introduce you to the night views at Jeonbuk National University and Deokjin Park, known as Jeonju’s nighttime attractions.

Jeonbuk National University is renowned for its Hanok (traditional Korean house) buildings.
The night view exploration begins at this Hanok main gate.
Shall we walk around the campus, following the soft orange glow of the lights?

On the left, you’ll see the New Silk Road Center, where various foreign languages are taught.

In front of the main university building, there’s a leopard statue, a symbol of Jeonbuk National University.

As you walk further, you’ll encounter the Gunji Square monument.

Beyond that lies a fountain, and at its center is a Hanok pavilion called Munhweru.

Hanok pavilion Munhweru presents a spectacular night view above the fountain.
Munhweru is said to mean “a place where the sky dwells.”
The reflection of Munhweru in the water appears majestic!

This Hanok building houses the Zelkova Tree Cafe. It would be nice to enjoy a cup of tea here during a daytime campus stroll.

Behind Jeonbuk National University’s motto, “Freedom, Justice, and Creativity,” there’s a track field.

People are often seen exercising here at night. There are also individuals playing basketball next to the Zelkova Tree Cafe.
It seems Jeonbuk National University serves both as a prime spot for viewing Jeonju’s night scenes and as a great place for sports activities.

While enjoying the night view at Jeonbuk National University, we moved to another night spot in Jeonju, Deokjin Park.
The first thing you encounter is a large swing. It seems like it would be quite enjoyable to swing here, feeling the cool breeze as the weather warms up.

If you follow this path, you’ll arrive at the Yeonhwajeong Library.
The night view of Yeonhwajeong Library is also impressive. Many people are seen enjoying night walks here.

Behind the library, up on a hill, lie the Hanok building Deokjinheon (a Korean beef restaurant) and Cafe Hanol.
This spot, stunning at night, is reportedly just as beautiful during the day.
Let’s go up and enjoy the night view.

The night scenery from the bridge leading to Yeonhwajeong Library, and from the library itself, was exceptionally beautiful.
Taking a night walk in the cool evening breeze at Jeonbuk National University and Deokjin Park was truly delightful.
It might be a good idea to enjoy the view here and have a cup of tea at Cafe Hanol.

How about planning a family stroll to Jeonju’s night spots this weekend?
I hope you create memories at Jeonbuk National University campus and Deokjin Park, beautiful both during the day and at night.


📍 Jeonbuk National University, Jeonju  567 Baekje-daero, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do

📍 Deokjin Park  390 Gwonsamdeuk-ro, Deokjin-dong 1(il)-ga, Deokjin-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do

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