This is a village of traditional houses in the Namsan valley. It gave us the opportunity to experience a wide-cross section of the Joseon-era citizenry and activities.
The village displays various household goods and furniture arranged in accordance with the times of which they were a part.
Buried in the innermost region of the village is Time Capsule Plaza, where a capsule containing 600 items representing Seoul and life in Seoul is buried 15 meters underground.
Finally, my favorite part of the village. There was also a traditional garden where (2-3 a week) traditional weddings take place. The garden is adorned with native trees that grow in Namsan, a valley where the water flows naturally, a pavilion, and a pond.
|and this was a scene from……? I don’t know either. hihihi :))|
I AM IN LOVE WITH THE FLOWERS. Enough said :)