Weekend Trip to Jeonju  
Ispent the last weekend in Jeonju [l], a small town about 280 kilometers north-west of Busan. Jeonju used to be the hometown of the Yee family [l] that ruled during the last dynasty of Korea, Joseon [l], from 1392 till 1897. Jeonju is renowned for its large Hanok village (a Hanok is a Korean traditional house) and for its really good food. Here are a few pics I took while roaming around the Hanok village:

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Kids eating some cotton candy.

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Lady in backalley.

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Going back to their cars after a day of shopping.
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A Korean traditional house.
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Shop and inner courtyard.

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Children crossing a bridge.
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A Waeguk exploring...

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Main street within the Hanok Village in Jeonju.
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Live performance.

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My guide..

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Even the bicycles look traditional in the Hanok village.
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Main street within the Hanok village.

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Inner courtyard.
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