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Hahoe Folk Village

Hahoe Folk Village is located in the central part of the country and represents a location that is included on the UNESCO World Heritage Sites List. The Hahoe Folk Village was built in the 16th century on the bend of the Nakdong River, and the construction, layout of streets and buildings is according to the rules of Pungsu, which is the Korean version of Feng Shui. At the time of construction, the village had the shape of a lotus flower. When today's visitors pass through the gates of the Hahoe Folk Village, they will return to the time of the Joseon dynasty, and the 230 permanent residents who live according to old customs will be their great hosts.

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