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Visit Jeonju Hanok Village with Jeonbuk Tour Pass

Today, I’ll introduce the most economical way to visit Jeonju Hanok Village: Jeonbuk Tour Pass. The pass lets you visit major attractions in Jeonju and the surrounding region for free. The pass also comes with discounts at various accommodations, gourmet restaurants, and cafés. There are different types of the pass. So today, I’ll visit Jeonju Hanok Village with the pass. I purchased the 24-hour pass for Jeonju Hanok Village, which lets me visit six attractions for free or with discounts.

Luielle Hat Culture Center

Luielle Hat Culture Center boasts collection of hats from around the world. Also, you can try on different types of hats and take photos. Children love this place. Those holding Jeonbuk Tour Pass is exempt from the entrance fee, which is 3,000 won.


Luielle Hat Culture Center

Address: Jeondongseongdanggil 8, Wansangu, Jeonju

Contact: 063-283-5454

Opening hours: 10:00~18:00 (closed on Mondays, January 1st, Seolnal, and Chuseok)

Jeonju Ecomuseum

The theme of Jeonju Ecomuseum is the local nature. I really liked the colorful fish exhibition here. Here also, with Jeonbuk Tour Pass, I got free entrance instead of paying 2,000 adult entrance fee.


Jeonju Ecomuseum

Address: Baramssoenungil 21, Wansangu, Jeonju

Contact: 063-288-9540

Opening hours: 9:00~18:00 (Tickets are sold until 17:00)

Closed on Mondays (or the day after if Monday is public holiday), January 1st, Seolnal, Chuseok

Late Autumn at Jeonju Hanok Village

Gyeonggijeon Shrine and Royal Portrait Museum

Gyeonggijeon Shrine is the most popular attraction in Jeonju Hanok Village. It has many spots where the visitors can take great photos against a stone wall or hanok building. The shrine also hosts Royal Portrait Museum, exhibiting the royal portraits and related relics. Thanks to Jeonbuk Tour Pass, I didn’t have to pay the 3,000 won (adult) entrance fee!


Gyeonggijeon Shrine and Royal Portrait Museum

Address: Taejoro 44, Wansangu, Jeonju

Contact: 063-281-2788

Opening hours: March~October 9:00~19:00 / November~February 9:00~18:00

Gyeonggijeon Shrine open year-round, but Royal Portrait Museum is closed on Mondays

Wanpanbon Culture Center

Jeonju has been the center of publishing since ancient times. Wanpanbon Culture Center celebrates and holds exhibitions on the history and culture of traditional publishing. Those holding Jeonbuk Tour Pass can experience the traditional wood-block printing (otherwise 3,000 won) for free.


Wanpanbon Culture Center

Jeonjuchundongro 24, Wansangu, Jeonju

Contact: 063-231-2212

Opening hours: March~November 10:00~ 18:00 / December~Febraury 10:00~ 17:00

Closed on Mondays, January 1st, Seolnal, and Chuseok

Jeonju Sori Culture Center

Jeonju Sori Culture Center is filled with the sounds of traditional Korean music and songs. I also loved the exhibition of various traditional musical instruments and stuffs for performances. Those holding Jeonbuk Tour Pass can access various exhibitions and performances held here for free. I recommend visiting here when this COVID-19 crisis is over.


Jeonju Sori Culture Center

Address: Hanjigil 56, Wansangu, Jeonju

Contact: 063-231-0771

Opening hours: 9:00~18:00 (closed on Mondays)

Jeonbuk 100 Tourist Souvenirs

Located in Jeonju Hanok Village, Jeonbuk 100 Tourist Souvenirs is the store selling unique local souvenirs. If you hold Jeonbuk Tour Pass, you’re entitled to one Choco-Pie, a famous sweet dessert from Jeonju. Also, if you hold Jeonbuk Tour Pass (instead of Jeonju Hanok Village Pass), you get 10% discount. If you’re looking for memorable souvenirs or gifts for your family and friends back home, remember Jeonbuk 100 Tourist Souvenirs!


Jeonbuk 100 Tourist Souvenirs

Address: Eunhaengro 96-1, Wansangu, Jeonju

Contact: 063-288-9111

Opening hours: 10:00~19:00 (open year-round)


This is how I visited the major attractions of Jeonju Hanok Village with Jeonbuk Tour Pass. It’s economically smartest way to travel Jeonju. Visit Jeonju with Jeonbuk Tour Pass in the upcoming winter days!

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  • Jared Sandler

    Thanks for recommending Jeonbuk Tour Pass as the best economical way to travel around Jeonju Hanok Village. If I visit ‘Jeonbuk 100 Tourist Souvenirs’, ‘Jeonju Sori Culture Center’, or another venue highlighted in this posting, can I purchase Jeonbuk Tour Pass on-site? I wonder about the different varieties available of the Jeonbuk Tour Pass and where the Jeonju Tour Pass can be purchased. It seems like a great idea!

  • Nurenza Lee

    That’s so amazing! I really can’t wait to visit Jeonju Hanok Village using Jeonbuk Tour Pass! And than you for recommending Jeonbuk Tour Pass it’s the best way to travel around Jeonju Hanok Village ~

  • Radhakrishna Pillai N


    Jeonbuk Tour Pass,which has really impressed me.The pass is the best way for tourists to visit and explore Jeonju’s major tourist attractions.This article gives me a deep insight on the most economical way to visit Jeonju Hanok Village.

  • 鳥あきら

    thank you for sharing all these details , with pictures, its easy to read and plan my trip properly

  • Emila Clarke

    looks like i would get a lot of benefits with jeonbuk tour pass , souveniers and a lot of benifits

  • Amelia Mia

    I guess i sure would buy the pass and enjoy my visit to the Jeonbuk

  • Agnia Adrik

    the most i wanna visit would be jeonju culture center , i wanna visit a lot of places, the blog gives a detailed explanation , thank you for sharing this detailed post

  • Nurenza Lee

    Thank you jeonjucity.kr for providing us with great information that we will need when visiting The beautiful Jeonju!

  • Ever Enrique Castillo Osorio

    I think is the best option, the tour pass. Next time I visit Jeonju I will try in that way. Also a delicious Choco Pie is included, hehe

  • Farinirani

    i was looking up for this info, is jeonbuk tour pass easy to buy ? recharges and other details are required

  • Mohammed Rizwan

    Jeonju looks so beautiful , i planned 2 days to be here , post contents on hospitals too