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Jeollabuk-do » Jangsu-gun » Jangsu Haneullae Deulkkot Village (하늘내들꽃마을 [녹색농촌체험])


Jangsu Haneullae Deulkkot Village (하늘내들꽃마을 [녹색농촌체험])   
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554, Cheoncheonbung-ro, Cheoncheon-myeon, Jangsu-gun, Jeollabuk-do
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Situated in Jangsu, Jeollabuk-do, Haneullae Deulkkot Village (하늘내 들꽃마을), as the name suggests in Korean, it is a village nestled alongside the Cheoncheon stream (haneullae means ‘heaven creek’). The area is blessed with clear shallow creek, a green mountain and a field of wild flowers (deulkkot). In the small ecological park there is a 500-pyeong building, a playground, a farm, a garden and a pond occupying a total of 3,000 pyeong. Next to the grassy playground you’ll find a therapeutic pebble path made for walking on bare foot, towering trees scattered around the playground offering some cool shade and a few swing chairs attached to the tall trees. There are three wooden look-out stations also shaded by the platanus trees. And in a corner of the playground is a campground capable of accommodating up to ten tents. The pond is home to more than ten varieties of water plants, including the lotus and water hyacinth. There are also some colourful native water life, such as the Crucian carp, daces, dark chubs, Chinese minnows, loaches, freshwater snails and marsh snails.

The 20-pyeong cafeteria is all made of pine. Visitors can breathe in the soothing woody aroma, take in the view of the park all while having a meal. You can go on hiking trails, rest afterwards with some tea then walk to the local market in a pavilion. Also, people can visit the local compost centre and earthworm breeding farm, as well as the nearby roosters, a protected species native to Korea.
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Grass playground, cafe, pond, rest area (Wondumak), organic restaurant, lecture/seminar room, wild flower herb garden, benches, camping site, water fountain
Baby Stroller Rentals
Not available
* Pets are not permitted inside buildings.
From Seoul Nambu Terminal, take a Jangsu-bound bus departing four times daily (09:20, 10:40, 13:40, 14:35). The journey takes 3 hours 30 minutes.

From Jangsu Terminal, take a bus bound for Cheoncheon that operates 12 times daily (07:50-19:20).
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