On the way to Sunrise Peak (click for main post), my friend Audrey and I stopped at the Jeju Folk Village (제주민속촌박물관). We expected it to take about an hour to see everything (which is pretty standard for most of the museums we've been to on the island), but I think we'd both agree that there was more to look at than we thought.
|A couple of houses at the start of the "course."|
|Jeju black pig in the Folk Village.|
I liked that there are traditional games that you could play at different points. The rules are always in English, which is a drawback. Bring a Korean friend to help teach you! You could also go into the buildings at times, and they had signs in both Jeju dialect and, um... "popular" Korean all over.
|Sign with Jeju dialect (top line) and "popular" Korean (bottom line) (Where shall you go?).|
All in all, I enjoyed the museum and I think I would go back again if I have the chance. Due to hunger, Audrey and I rushed through some of it so there's definitely parts that I haven't seen yet. If visiting Jeju, it might be a place to consider visiting, depending on time and personal interests!
Love and Hugs.