Upon stepping on this place, I knew I was in for a great ride. The place was so aesthetically mind-blowing. Being able to walk around in a traditional folk village in Korea made me relive the scenes I watched in Korean movies. The flowers were colorful, vivid, and smelled wonderful. It was also raining but the rain made the bright flowers stand out, and strangely made me feel so at ease. There is a stream in the village with a long bridge stretching from one side to the other. This are was absolutely beautiful. There were events that are acted out such as the traditional ceremonial wedding. You see the bride and groom in the traditional clothes and in their weird little carriage driven by horses. Around the area, people are selling souvenirs for very cheap. Make sure you look at each item. Many of them are traditional toys that make great souvenirs for the kids. There are also people actually living in the huts and making metal tools with the fire and women walking around sweeping and cooking. The food is very different and interesting. They let you sample different kinds of candies. This is a must see destination if you go to Korea. One must see thing in this must see place is the man who makes the honey candy. Watch him from beginning to end. He makes it by spinning honey into thin threads and wrapping some nut with these honey threads. Very amazing.
If you can, make sure you go to the village in the winter and spring. Both seasons offer a unique experience in the folk village.