Pictures: Korean Folk Village

Hey guys!

I hope you’ve had a fabulous week!  Happy Friday!

Yesterday my cousin, friends, and I went to 민속촌 since we all had the day off for Hangul day!  It’s a replica of an old Korean village, and they serve traditional (kind of) food and hold special events that show off what it was like back in the day to live in Korea.  It’s also a movie and drama set!  Many Korean dramas and movies are filmed there, and all over the village are cut outs of actors and plaques talking about what happened there.  It was a really fun day!

Left to right, top to bottom: 1. A Korean carving, similar to totem poles, 2. A small building, 3. A student and teacher, 4. A newly-wed husband after a traditional wedding ceremony

Left to right, top to bottom:
1. A Korean carving, similar to totem poles,
2. A small building,
3. A student and teacher,
4. A newly-wed husband after a traditional wedding ceremony

Left to right, top to bottom: 1. Myself in a traditional hat 2. A gate to a shrine 3. A Buddha statue 4. Myself with a cut out of one of my favorite Korean actors, Kim Soo Hyun

Left to right, top to bottom:
1. Myself in a traditional hat
2. A gate to a shrine
3. A Buddha statue
4. Myself with a cut out of one of my favorite Korean actors, Kim Soo Hyun

Did you guys enjoy learning Hangul?  Was it difficult?

Here are the translations to the words:

  1. Computer
  2. T.V.
  3. Canada
  4. New York
  5. Banana

Today’s word was 민속촌.  Minsokchon, or Korean Folk Village.

Have a great weekend!

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