The place for our foodie tour this time is Jeonju(전주) area where I had to unbuckle my belt again. ^^ Hanok Village at Jeonju is a hot spot for tourists and foreigners and you can hang around all day long eating various street foods, shopping, and experiencing Korean tradition.
We came across a street parade for Hanbok. I used to wear a Korean traditional costume, Hanbok(한복), in my childhood, especially on New Year’s Day and Korean Thanksgiving Day, but there is no longer an occasion for wearing it.
At this point, you might think that something is missing. FOOD!!! I’ll continue a story of the real foodie tour in Part 2.