A field ready for planting.
This man was handweaving straw sandals which you could purchase at some of the gift shops.
Johnnie tries out an old bucket carrying system.
Not sure that broom would clean anything, especially dirt floors :)
A traditional Korean "top hat"
"Chestnuts roasting on an open fire..."
At the far end of the village is the Bazaar area. Here there is a large food court with many different options for Korean food and drinks with lots of seating areas. There are also more gift shops and vendors.
We found this mannequin leaning over the railing, must have had a rough night :)
Hopping along the stepping stones to cross the river.
There were old punishment and torture devices on display at the Government Office that you could try. This particular one was used for beating the person tied to it with sticks.
There is a Buddhist temple on the side of the village you can visit.
"A people without the knowledge of their past history,
origin, and culture is like a tree without roots."
~ Marcus Garvey