Lunch at the Incheon Complex Fish Market and introduction to South Korean conviviality

Lunch at the Incheon Complex Fish Market and introduction to South Korean conviviality

The Incheon Complex Fish Market (인천 종합어시장 in Korean) is a major tourist attraction, as it gathers more than 500 shops, selling no less than 150 kinds of seafood products (dried and fresh). If you wonder where to get some fresh fish at Incheon, this is the place for you.

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An afternoon in the Jeonju Hanok Village

An afternoon in the Jeonju Hanok Village

If you come to South Korea, you will quickly notice that the country is a real mix between tradition and modernity.

On my first time travelling here, I was pleasantly surprised to find traditional Korean houses in some random streets, between shops and other buildings. Those traditional houses are called « Hanok » in Korean (written 한옥) and are mainly built with raw materials such as wood, straw, stone,… It is still very common to see those houses in every city of South Korea, and you can also experience sleeping in one of them, as some hotels and guesthouses offer their clients to stay in Hanok.
Being an integral part of the South Korean culture heritage, some villages have been preserved by the country and are now in the top bucket list of Korean travelers.

The traditional village that I want to introduce today is the Jeonju Hanok Village, which is home to no less than 800 Hanok, built under the Joseon Dynasty.

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