So after martyr's hill, instead of taking a taxi (which I could not find any unless I call the taxi driver who drove me there), I walked all the way to the Hanok Village.
Here's some of the shots I took while getting my way back there.
Some tablet. Probably to commemorate a great teacher. As I see the hanja letters (선생/先生), which means teacher in Korean and (독시/讀詩), which means reciting of poem.
Walked about 15 minutes in this cold and wet weather and finally see this sign below!
Awesome view of the Jeonju Hanok Village from the top!
The above is a all girls' school located at the Hanok Village and IU is on the banner.
I can't be bothered to find the best Jeonju bibimbap in Jeonju and just get in to this restaurant.As usual, they serve us with generous number of side dishes (as of the whole of Jeolla region). The kimchi pajeon (Kimchi pancake) is awesome!
The red is yukhoe (육회) which is Korean raw beef. And also fresh vegetables and it's really good when mixed together. If I remember correctly, it's 14,000 Won.
When I left, I told the staff that Jeonju bibimbap is really good in Korean.
With a full stomach, I walked around the hanok village and I found myself outside the village as I see buildings that are not hanoks.
To be continued...
See also:2012 Korea Trip Part 1