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Introduction about Mongolian Cultural Village
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[Introduction about Mongolian Cultural Village]


  About the facility

  ▷ Location: Naebang-ri, Sudong-myeon, Namyangju-si (Within Sudong Tourist Complex)

  ▷ Size: 10,483㎡(3,170 pyeong)

  ▷ Number of total gers: 10 gers

  - Exhibition ger: Exhibiting the traditional Mongolian life style and remains(1 ger)

- A ger for exhibition: A place where you can experience the traditional Mongolian life style

  (2 gers each for six persons, two gers each for four persons, and three gers each for three persons)

- Carriage ger: A place for Mongolian traditional teas and two residential gers

   Performance hall: Accommodating up to 200 persons (Mongolian folk art performances)

   Horse riding ground: Raising ponies that are the only Mongolian transportation means and a horse riding place (Horse riding possible for a fee)

   Break room: (Restaurant) a restaurant where you can taste traditional Mongolian food (1ger)

   Souvenir center: 1 ger (souvenirs made in Mongolia and others)

   What is a ger?  

  Gers in Mongolia

  Building a ger, to a Mongolians, means a family receives new family members through marriage or birth. Usually, village elders who are considered to have a good fortune voluntarily build a ger and that contains a wish whoever lives in the ger to give birth to many children and to have a happy and healthy life.

 

Related Information of Namyangju Gorosoe Village's Introducing
Theme Sightseeing
Collecting Painted maple sap
Seorisan Mountain
Jugeumsan Mountain
Introduction of cultural exchanges and performances of Mongolian Cultural Village
Introduction about Mongolian Cultural Village
Special product
the sap of Painted maple
Jangnoesam (Wild cultivated ginseng) and Shiitake mushrooms
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