The artistic tradition of the city Jeonju centers on its hanok village which is located near Kyo-dong and Pungnam-dong.
For the past 10 years, the hanok village has rapidly flourished, best representing the cultural content of Jeollabuk-do with 3 million people visiting annually.
Also, Jeonju hanok village has been like a bright star shining its light onto Korea's tourism, selected as a must-see tourist destination for domestic and foreign visitors and designated as an international slow city. Jeonju hanok village is full of cultural heritages such as Gyeonggijeon, Ajin Museum, Omokdae & Imokdae, Jeondong Church, Jeonju Sago, Punnammun, Hamabi, Hakindang, Hanbyeokru, Jeonju Hyanggyo, etc; Kyugki-jeon includes a portrait of Joseon Dynasty's founder Yi Seonggye; you can find the faint, but obvious vestiges of Yi Seonggye and Jeong Mongju in Omokdae and Imokdae. Also, Jeonju has many culture centers. Choi Myeonghi Literature Center offers a chance to know about the life and philosophy of the writer Choi whose best novel is 'Honbul'. Yangsa-jae is the place where a famous Korean poet Yi Byeonggi used to write poems and raise orchids. Rectangular-shaped traditional Korean houses remain intact in Hankok Experience Center. Pansori melodies dance in the air in Sori Culture Center. You can enjoy driving a hoop in the ground at Traditional Culture Center. All decent crafts of Kore are gathered in Jeonju Craft Exhibition Center. Never forget to see beautiful fans in Fan Culture Center. Wanpanbon Literature Center will lead you from the past to present of the publishing history in Korea. Get a high quality medical check at Woosuk University Hanbang Culture Center to examine your health through Sasang typology. In addition, Jeonju has many things to experience and see like Hanji crafts, traditional knot-tying, fans, pendants, sot-daes, totem poles, Jiseung plates, porcelains, rubbings, natural dyes, woodcuts, woodcraft, pungmul, tea ceremonies, postcard writing, etc.