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|In 1935, government officials built 12 Hanok (traditional house) units near Hyanggyo (a local Confucian School) and Hanbyeongnu (Hanbyeokdang Pavilion), a scenic spot under which the Jeonjucheon Stream runs. The houses in the area are called Buyongs.
West of Buyongheon lies the Omokdae & Imokdae Historic Sites. Within 50m of Buyongheon is the Wanpanbon Culture Center, which was built to preserve a traditional Korean novel, which was printed using wooden type faces. In addition, there is the Jeonju Traditional Cultural Center, which provides traditional music performances, traditional Korean cuisine cooking classes, and exhibitions.
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* The room rate is the lowest price for this accommodation. Rates may vary according to season, room type and whether or not guests are entitled to discount rates. Please make sure to check the exact rate in advance before making your reservations. The room rate listed above is subject to change.
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|10 parking spaces|
|Tel: +82-63-284-8587, +82-10-8875-8587|
Intercity/Express Bus Terminal, go 500m to Geumam Square (금암광장).
Take Bus 190, 429 or 486 and get off at Girindaero Hanbyeongnu (기린대로 한벽루).
Walk down the road for 5min to arrive at Buyongheon (부용헌).
From Jeonju Station or Bus Terminal, take a taxi to Buyongheon (부용헌, 15-20min).