Korean Trip : Hahoe Village

21Feb12

Hahoe Village is probably one of the most well-known folk village in South Korea.  Situated in Andong, it is where the Ryu originated and their family lived for more than 600 years.  Today apparently people still live in these straw-roofed houses living museum.

21% for wimps, 40% for the braves, Soju tastes very similar to vodka with a slightly sweeter palate

21% for wimps, 40% for the braves, Soju tastes very similar to vodka with a slightly sweeter palate

Great fine - didn't know Wayne has a copy here in Andong!

Great fine - didn't know Wayne has a copy here in Andong!

Mask Museum, Andong

Mask Museum, Andong

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

3 "D" man :)

3 "D" man 🙂

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hymm...interesting :)

Hymm...interesting 🙂

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Jin writing wishes

Jin writing wishes

Wishes surrounding an old tree at the centre of the village

Wishes surrounding an old tree at the centre of the village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village - Kimchi jars

Hahoe Village - Kimchi jars

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hahoe Village

Hungry after a long walk around the village

Hungry after a long walk around the village

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2 Responses to “Korean Trip : Hahoe Village”

  1. 1 ~Sue-Leigh

    i like the mask picture and the slips of paper photo

  2. Thanks for dropping by. I like the photo of the mask too, I think the lighting somehow enhances the colours. We left some wishes near the tree too, hopefully will be realised one day 🙂


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