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Festival

Jangansa Gyegok Food Village_text

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    Jangansa Temple, an old temple of the Silla period, attracts lots of tourists every year thanks to the beautiful gyegok and surrounding Food Village that allows tourists to taste various foods.

Byeongsan Amusement Park Food Village_text

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    In Byeongsan Amusement Park, water coming from the heart of a mountain is stored in a reservoir and surrounding restaurants serving various foods line the area use it. The beautiful scenery of the surroundings make peoples’ minds clear and rich. Fresh food accompanied by nature tastes a lot better. Tojong Ori Baeksuk (indigenous duck boiled with rice) and Oritang (duck stew) will make you want to visit again.

Cheolma Hanu (Korean beef) Village_text

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    Cheolma is widely considered to sell the best quality Korean beef, which is recognized as another of its brand. The texture of Cheolma beef is as soft as that of tofu and when the beef is roasted, no water oozes out of the beef. Ordering in restaurants serving food in this idyllic atmosphere allows you to enjoy beautiful scenery even more and helps you relax.

Jukseongri Raw Fish Village  _text

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    Jukseongri is surrounded by Hwanghakdae, Jukseongri Haesong (Big Cone Pine), Guksudang, Jukseong Waeseong, and Silla Toseong, and other sites. You can participate in programs to experience ceramics such as the making of household pottery items in Soreum Ceramics after tasting raw fish and exploring the historic sites.

Wollae, Gilchon Raw Fish Village  _text

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    Wollae, which used to be called Wollaepo or Hwasaeulpo, was one of the 9 Gijang Po. Raw fish caught in the dazzling blue sea attracts gourmets to visit this historic place.

Yeonhwari Raw Fish Village _text

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    Yeonhwari Raw Fish Village, comprised of about 50 thriving sushi restaurants around Yeonhwa Pogu, is about a five minutes' drive from Daebyeonhang and provides Juk-do's magnificent views.

Munoseong Raw Fish Village _text

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    In Munoseong Raw Fish Village, the Munoseong is named after five villages (Dongbaek, Sinpyeong, Chiram, Munjung, and Mundong) standing along the seashore and forming Raw Fish Village. This place as a typical seaside village is well known for fresh raw fish by the blue sea. By sitting here, you can take in a grand view and experience its tradition and savoir-faire.

Daebyeon Raw Fish Village _text

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    Daebyeonhang, as a rarely beautiful port in the south coast of the East Sea and thus a gift of nature, is especially famous for anchovy raw fish and raw hairtail fish. Daebyeon Raw Fish Village is located mostly within Daebyeon and Muyang.