Korean Folk Village (Minsok village) is a popular destination for visitors to Korea. The village is located near Everland, the massive South Korean amusement park in Yongin, a city in the Seoul Metropolitan Area. This interesting village is filled with traditional Korean culture from the Joseon period to the modern day. Visitors can experience cultural classes, seasonal customs, and the shaman faith, and they can observe farming villages, private houses, a Confucian academy, a village street, a village school, workshops, and cultural costume performances. Each section of the village contains replicas of traditional houses that are part of the different social classes across South Korea (peasant, landowner, and yangban). Korean Folk Village is really like a living museum, and its purpose is to capture those elements of South Korean life that are most representative of its culture.
Opening Hours:Winter 9: 30-17: 30 (holidays extended to 18:00), summer 9: 00-18: 30 (holidays extended to 19:00)Admission is one hour before closing. Open all year round.
Entrance Ticket: Admission Tickets:15,000 won for adults, 12,000 won for adolescents, and 10,000 won for children.
Passes: 24,000 won for adults, 19,000 won for adolescents, and 17,000 won for children.