On the 1st Week and on Friday till Saturday, we visited a "slow village" and it's called a slow village because its home to 800 over Korean hanoks. Hanok is traditional Korean houses and stepping into this place is like, you're going back in time ala MIB III...
My Bibimbap making crew! According to Wikitravel "Bibimbap is one of the most famous Korean dishes native to this region. Bibim means mixing and bap means rice. Served in the traditional brassware,it consists of rice with seasonal stir fried vegetables (carrot, bean sprout, radish, spinach, zucchini.bracken), seaweed (gim), and hot pepper paste (gochujang). It is also available in a hot stone bowl (dol sot), which slowly cooks the egg as you stir the ingredients together. The characteristic thing about Jeonju bibimbap is that it comes with Korean beef tartar (Yukhoe), Hwang Po Mook (a yellow jelly made from mung beans) and raw egg yolk (most of other regions in Korea serve with fried egg). Besides, Also give Mountain Vegetable (San Chae)"
Next, we had to attend the Korean Traditional Music class where I played the Janggu!! According to Wikpedia - Janggu is the "most widely used drum used in the traditional music of Korea. It is available in most kinds, and consists of an hourglass-shaped body with two heads made from animal skin. The two heads produce sounds of different pitch andtimbre, which when played together are believed to represent the harmony of man and woman."
species of raspberry native to Korea, Japan, and China and it comes in a frozen tin and a machine will push it out into a cone and it cost about (2,500Won) and it's so creamy like froyo with berry taste and it's so delicious!!!
~you know I'm old~