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Byuljubu Village is located at the lower end of Nam-myon, which is the center of Taean that touches the western sea. Its land and seas are harmonious. For living, it engages in agriculture utilizing low foothill and rice paddies composed of level and broad reclaimed land, because it has rias type geographical conditions of the western sea.

It is a typical Korean farm?fishing village with tideland culture such as rock trap culture etc which are based on the abundant fish resources. Also its main product rice is sold and delivered to the home of consumers once every fifteen days in the brand name of “Byuljubu Village Starfish Rice That the Dragon King Used to Eat.” Aster takes up 40% of the domestic production, and the village’s Doksal ecology tour experience and farm?fishing community lodging have been evaluated by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism as the best tour project with their new form of experience tour patterns.

 

The origin of Byuljubu Village

This village is based on “Byuljubu-jeon” which is a fable personifying animals, and which is a type of Pansori from the late Joseon dynasty with its writer and written period unknown.

There is Yong-sae-gol which is the first place on land that the turtle came, in order to obtain the raw liver of a rabbit on the order of the Dragon King. There is the Myo-saem which is a stream in the green mountains where the rabbit left his liver he had taken out and washed before he went into the sea palace carried by the turtle, in order to escape from a critical situation. No-ru-mi-jae where the rabbit, who returned to land in a narrow escape from death, disappeared after making fun of the turtle, saying that there is no such animal that roams about without his liver. Turtle Rock (Deok Rock) which is what the dead turtle turned into, Gung-ap located in front of the sea palace, An-gung, etc prove the fact that it is “Byuljubujeon Village.”

  < Greetings from the Chairman of Committee >

Everyone! Welcome.

We welcome all of you who have visited Byuljubu Village where there are thing to see, eat, experience and enjoy. Byuljubu Village is the source of a dense beah-pine forest and the folk tale Byuljubu-jeon.  At Byuljubu Village there is a traditional fishery method called ‘stone trap’ from which we can see the widom of our ancestors. Various types of fish such as anchovies, mackerels, 갈치, crabs, shrimps etc are caught using stone traps, and not only does it increase the village income but also it is spotlighted as an ecology experiencing fishery for many tourists. Also it is a beatiful place with the harmony of the pine forest and the sea in which you can have a tideland experience as you enjoy nature. Byuljubu Villagers are generous and kind-hearted, and thus the village becomes the refuge for the minds of city people who miss their hometown. You can feel the scent of the sea, nostalgia of your hometown and pure generosity, and thus you can make wonderful memories.

Byuljubu Village, which preserves the taste of the old days through the stone trap experience, tideland experience, sweet potato digging, garlic digging, wild aster picking, etc, and which can convey the nostalgia of the parents to the children.

Thank you once again for visiting Byuljubu Village.

 

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Source of Byuljubujeon Fable
Lodging/Restaurant
Lodging information
Special product
Starfish Rice
Aster scaber
Garlic
Sweet poptatoes
Stone trapped anchovies
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