Many traditional houses stood in this village. The lifestyle of Yangban, which was a kind of ruling class of dynastic Korea, was preserved here. Although the local people kept dwelling, the village became also an open-air museum. One of the dwellings became a restaurant. Because the Yanban belonged to the ruling class, this restaurant might start to do this business not so long time ago.
When I came to the gate, a dog was sitting at the gate of it. And a man was seen walking in the house. Their posts of duty were different.
October 19, 2008
Hahoe Folk Village, South Korea
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