|Kyongju Folk Craft Village (경주민속공예촌)|
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|On the tourist trail near the foot of Tohamsan Mountain between Bulguksa Temple and Bomun Lake Resort are as many as 45 traditional tile-roofed and thatched houses. The folk craft village, which stands on a lot measuring 66,116m² (20,000 pyeong), is home to craftsmen and artisans who have successfully preserved the spirit and craftsmanship of their ancestors. Visitors may receive a free tour of 18 different galleries and workshops including metal, ceramics, wood crafts, jewelry, stone crafts, embroidery and earthware crafts. Artwork and crafts created by local artists are for sale at reasonable prices.|
|N/A (Open all year round)|
|December & January 09:00-17:00
February & November 09:00-17:30
March & October 09:00-18:00
※ There is an admission fee for Silla Arts and Science Museum
|Facilities for the Handicapped|
restroom, parking lot
※ The main entrance has stairs, which may be an inconvenience for some visitors, but, most other footpaths have ramps for greater accessibility.
|From Seoul Express Bus Terminal, take an express bus bound for Gyeongju Express Bus Terminal.
(First bus 6:10, last bus 23: 55 / travel time: 4 hrs)
Cross the road and take Bus 10, 11 or 700 at Gyeongju Express Bus Terminal Bus Stop and get off at Kyongju Folk Craft Village Bus Stop.
From Kyongju Folk Craft Village, take a left Hadonggongyechon-gil for 265m at the three-way intersection.
The site will be located on the left.