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Cultural & Theme Tours in Andong

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Join this tour to wow you ! We're gonna exciting activities in Andong!*PROVIDED: 1. Round-trip transportation: Private Van 2.Admission tickets of tour site, activities.8:00am - East-Seoul Bus Terminal ( Subway Line no.2 Gangbyeon Station)11:00 am - Andong Terminal12:00 Noon - Andong hahoe Village3:00 pm - [Activity] Carve the Korean totem pole5:30 pm - Andong Gu Market08:00 pm - Return to Seoul11:00 pm - Arrival to Seoul
Andong Hahoe Folk villageThe Hahoe Folk Village (Korean: 안동하회마을) is a traditional village from the Joseon Dynasty. The 'Ha' is short for river and 'hoe' means to 'turn around, return, come back." The village is a valuable part of Korean culture because it preserves Joseon period-style architecture, folk traditions, valuable books, and an old tradition of clan-based villages.The village is located in Andong, Gyeongsangbuk-do. To the north of the village is Buyongdae Cliff while Mt. Namsan lies to the south. The village is organized around the geomantic guidelines of pungsu (Korean feng shui) and so the village has the shape of a lotus flower or two interlocking comma shapes.The village is listed by the South Korean government with UNESCO as a World Heritage Site with Yangdong Folk Village in 2010.Andong Gu MarketA traditional Market in Andong, Andong Jjimdak(braised chicken) street are here.There are many speculations on the origin of the dish. One is that it is a specialty food of the inner rich village of Andong during the Joseon period, prepared and eaten for special occasions. Another assumption is that during the 1980s in the Dak golmok (닭골목, literally "chicken alley") of the "Andong Gu Market," restaurant owners there made a dish including ingredients that regulars demanded, which became the current Andong-jjimdak. The most plausible speculation among existing assumptions is that merchants of the Dak golmok at the market created the dish to keep their position against the rapid expansion of Western fried chicken shops

What’s included

  • 1. Round trip transportation - Group Bus
  • 3. Acitivity : Carve the Korean totem pole(

What’s not included

  • 1. Personal expense
  • 2. Meal
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