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Local Village Seoul/Incheon/Gyeonggi
 
38seon Village
The Yeoncheon Nogok-ri village was named after “Nogok” or “Galool,” which meant plenty of reeds were growing along the Shore of Imjin River.
Ansan daebudo
Daebudo Village is a combined-occupation region where most villagers engage in half-agriculture-and-half-fishery lifestyle. As it became an island connected to the inland by the Shihwa Tide Embarkment Construction of 1994, it became one of the best attractions of metropolitan area with increased tourists, improved tourists’ resources and vitalized trading businesses.
Anseong Gume village
Anseong is the southernmost part of Gyeonggi-do and Gume Village is a part of Sindae Village in Chiljang-ri of Juksan-myeon, the eastern part of Anseong. Gume Village used to be called “Saeteomal” because this town was newly formed nearby the 1,000-year-old Chiljangsa Temple and Chiljang Stream.
Bidoolginang Village
Hometown with clean air and clear water Bidoolginang Village located in Daehwaesan-Ri, Youngbuk-Myun, Pochun city and surrounded by Bulmoo Mountain and Eunjang Mountain, also called as Daehwae Mountain.
Ceramic Village
Icheon Ceramic village, Sookwang-ri Shindun-myun Saeum-dong at Icheon, consists of about 300 ceramic art enterprises which have been taking the central role of Korean traditional ceramic art since the late 1950s.
Eco-Sanchon Village
Myeongdal-ri and Nomoon-ri in Seojong-myeon keeps the beauty of nature being located at 660m above the sea level. They are in the valleys between Tongbang Mountain and Joongang Mountain bordering Seolak-myeon in Gapyeong-gun. You may feel comfortable and relax as soon as you take a step into the village.
Ga Pyeong Pine-nut village
Ga Pyeong produces 45% of nation’s pine-nut production and 72% of Gyeonggi’s production. Ga Pyeong pine-nut is a healthy food abundant in carbohydrate, protein, fat, mineral and vitamins. Pine-nut Village is a clean village that cultivates, processes and markets pollution-free Ga Pyeong pine-nets. As a tourist’s attraction within a 1-day course from the metropolitan area, Gapyeong River flows in front of the village for beauty and the broad field always promises abundant harvest.
Gaehwa Village
As a result of the enthusiastic wishes of the residents, Gaehwa town was selected as a model region for the Information Promotion Project on May 31, 2001. It was the first to be selected as a model town among all the apartment towns within urban areas. Gaehwa is located in Banghwa-3-dong, Gangseo-gu, in the southwestern part of the Seoul metropolitan area.
Gapyeong 9majigi Village
9majigi Village is located by Yongchu Valley, the third of the Eight Beauties of Gapyeong. Yongchu Valley flows from Mt. Yeonin, which rises 1,068m above sea level, and it originated from the beautifully meandering nine valleys which were created by a dragon when it flew up to the sky.
Gapyeong Yeonginsan village
Baekdun-ri: The village used to be called Jatdun-ri due to its plentiful pine nuts and the name now is a Chinese transcription. The village elders still call it 'Jatdun-ri'.
Gapyeong’s Banditbul Village
Eomso-ri of Soerak-myeon in Gapyeong-gun is a typical mountain village located in the south of Gapyeong-gun with a beautiful view of the mountains. In 2004 the village was selected for a development project supervised by the Korean Forest Service
Grape-Scent Village
Located at the main transportation route connecting the major tour spots, the village is 40km northeast from Seoul, 20km from Gyungchun National Highway (Chungpyung), and 15km from Pochun-Si. During the grape harvest season, the scent of grapes flood over the village onto the roads, and many by-passers are lured to the village by the scent.
Hwaseong Baekmiri Village
Baekmiri Village is a village by the seas that has varieties of seafood. This village was named Baekmi or Baekmi-ri after hundreds of different taste presented by its seafood.
Hwaseong Gasiri Village
A Korean-representative clean zone which has not been damaged by urban residents, Gasiri Village is a pure country village.
Hwaseong Ginko Village
Ginko Village is one of the pioneering villages of the dairy industry in Korea and especially the first village that started cow farming in Hwaseong-si.
Hwaseong Jangjeon Village
This village is named Jangjeon Village because deer used to run around in the fields and in Mt. Haemang (the mountain looking out the sea) behind the village.
Hwaseong MaeHyangri village
MaeHyangri Village is located in Woojeong-myeon, Hwaseong. The land along the coastline is low in altitude and mostly used as farmlands or salt farms.
Hwaseong Waterflower village
Waterflower Village, located at Suhwa-dong of Hwaseong, is included in the Greenbelt area as a farm village with clean nature and humble beauties.
Hwaseong’s Gungpyeong-ri Village
Gungpyeong-ri Village of Hwaseong is a quiet resort village located on the west coast and it portrays the image of “a Korean fishing village.” The name “Gungpyeongri” originated from “Gungpyeong” or “Gungdeul” meaning lands managed by Gung (a Country)
Icheon Doniwul myeongpumssal Village
This village, located in Daewol myeonIcheon si Gyeonggi do, is a farming village in the plain between Wonducheon and Yangwhacheon. This village is a traditional village with the relics of small town inherited from the era of Three Nation.
Jebumose Village
Jebudo is a small island near Seosin-myeon, Hwaseong-gun, Kyounggi-do. Having an area of 1km2 and shoreline of only 12km long, Jebudo is smaller than Yeouido but many people come in weekends.
Mengol Village
Maegok-ri is often called Maegol, Mengol, or Maegok because the village is shaped like a falling Japanese apricot and there used to be a big Japanese apricot tree in the past.
Nakjo Village
Sunset village in west coast of Ganghwa Mari mountain has small mountains inside as if it embraces them with its arms and has wide spread sea in front. To the back of the village there is Sangbong-mountain(254m high) that connects to Mari mountain, and the village is placed in gentle slope of the west side of the mountain.
Namhansanseong Village
Namhansanseong Village, located 24km away southeastwards from Seoul, is getting popular more than ever thanks to the historical richness in harmony with the opulent items of food emerging as new cultural icon under the full-featured environment including various cultural assets and beautiful nature decorated with the best view of pine tree.
Namyangju Goroseo Village
As Namyangju neighbors with Bukhangang River and Namhangang River, it has been inhabited by people since the prehistoric ages and became part of Yangjumok, close to Seoul, as the Goryeo and Joseon ages passed
Pocheon Gidongsanchon Village
Surrounded by an evergreen Korean pine tree forest, in the village, 850, 650, 500 years old gingko trees along with a thousand year old gingko tree cherish the joys and sorrows and love of the village residents, and as a custodian a protective tree for the village,
Pocheon Mushroom Village
The name of village, 'Jakduri', derives from the two etymons, 'pi'(a sort of rice) and meori(a head). The 'pi' signifies a sort of rice and 'meori', meaning 'a head', can be interpreted as being 'high', from which it is supposed that the 'pi' field possibly had been cultivated on the high land. 35% of the residents are engaged in agriculture and the main source of income ranges from rice, flower cultivation to vegetables.
Pocheon Sootgol Village
Sutgol Village, one of the representative rice producing villages of Pocheon-si, where “nature and people meet,” is a village which used to make charcoals and produces organic dduk and Ureon rice,
Siheung Oido Village
Oido Village is an island located at the very southwest of Siheung-si and surrounded by the sea so that you can enjoy the smell of the sea during high tide and the life of the sea creatures during low tide.
South Yangju Cheukryeongsan sanchon Village
Cheukryeongsan sanchon Village, Woibang 2 Ri, Sudongmyeon, locates 26km northeast of the centre of Seoul; it is on the junction of Namhangang river, the water source for the capital area, and Bukhangang river.
Tongil Village
Daeseongdong is the northernmost demilitarized zone in Korea, which became more famous after the Korean movie 'JSA' (Joint Security Area). The village that is 12.5km away from the Bridge of Freedom towards the North and 11.5km from Kaeseong towards the South belongs administratively to Josan-ri, Kunnae-myeon in Paju. It is the place on which the eyes of the world are focused with Panmunjeom 1km northeast and the Military Demarcation Line only 400m from the village.
Yangju Cheonsaengyeonbun Village
Located in the south of Yanju, Gyeonggido Province, the village is near the capital area; this makes it easier to visit the village without having to cringe in traffic.
Yangju Chorok Village
Yangju Chorok Village is located on the northern tip of Nam-myeon in Yangju. It used to be called Hwangbaeng because its luxurious bamboos beneath Mt. Gamak resemble a fully-bloomed flower.
Yangpyeong Godeulppaegi Village
Jungdong-2-ri of Yangseo-myeon is a typical farm village that still preserves its natural environment. Along with Cheonggye-1-ri, Cheonggye-2-ri, and Jungdong-1-ri, it is called “Daegol.” To symbolize “Godeulppaegi (Korean lettuce),” our major source of income, we named this village 『Daegol Godeulppaegi Village』.
Yangpyeong Hakgok village
Songhak-3-ri of Gangsang-myeon is a typical farm village with well-preserved heavenly natural environment. Songhak-ri was named after Songsan Village and Hakgok Village. Songsan Village has many pine trees and Hakgok Village has cranes in the forests.
Yangpyeong Loveme village
Okhyeon-ri’s name originated from the combination of Okgu-ri and Songhyeon-ri. Okhyeon-3-ri of Jije-myeon cultivates rice using Duckling Method and uses [Loveme] brand name to sell its organic rice nationwide.
Yangpyeong Madlgari Village
Gosong-ri(old pine trees village) is the village where about 170 residents of 65 houses reside, divided into 3 bans, the name was originated from pine trees of hundreds of years there, which was incorporated into Yangpyeong-gun in 1908, and with the merger and abolition of local administrative divisions in 1914, Jangman-ri and lower Gosong-ri of Sangbuk-myeon conjoined Gosong-ri, which was incorporated into Yangdong-myeon.
Yangpyeong Sansuyu Village
Sansuyu Village Sansuyu Village, Naeri, Gaggunmyeon, is a home to over 7,000 goumi trees that are over 100 years old. In March-April, the trees tint the entire village with yellow, adding to the beauty of the rural village. The annual Sansuyu Festival in April, with the clean and friendly environment, will provide relaxing holidays for urban citizens who are exhausted by stress and pollution.
Yangpyeong Sorisan Village
Danwol-myeon Seoksan-ri is a village of where the living conditions are defined by its mountainious surrounding. Villagers enjoy many benefits of the rich mountain.
Yangpyeong The Borigoge Village
The Borigoge Village Away from the hectic noise of the city ? the Yangpyeong Borigoge Village welcomes you with friendly hills and crystal clear river in valley. Relax your exhausted body and min in the peaceful harmony of the nature. Say goodbye to noisy and busy things ? in the quite, calm Borigoge Village, only comfortable relaxation and friendly neighbourhood will welcome you. Warm and soft breeze will take you to the sweet sounds of the village where fields yield fruit and grains.
Yangpyeong Whajeon Village
The name of Whajeon Ri, a farming village looks like a basin, was originated from the shape of this village looks like the bud of follower and many wild flowers flourishing in this town. The name of ground in the front, Sugangi’ implies that there many swamps and ponds in this village. This village became known to the public after cultivating rice using duck in the beginning of 1998.
Yangpyeong Yuginong(organic) Village
Yuginong Village located in Yongcheon-ri, Okcheon-myeon is surrounded by high mountains such as Yongmunsan Mountain on the Eastern boundary, Baekunbong and Jungmisan Mountain to its Northeast and West.
Yangpyeong ht.invil.org
Hyangto Village is located northeast of the south-most region of Yangpyeong and is a clean region that preserves pure natural environment. Every April or May, the village holds “Cheongun Hyangto Village Festival”, a folk farmland village experiencing festival. The village offers special programs for the visitors to experience the farmland every season, so this is a must-visit place to experience the farmland of Korea.
Yeoju Greentour Village
Yeoju Greentour Village is a rural leisure village that you can experience the tour resources in Yeoju and rural fertility in Yeoju, Gyeonggi-do.
Yeoju Seowha Village
Seowha village, located in 2 Ri, Seowon Buknae Myun, Yeoju Si, is a good place to experience many things like the atmosphere of farming town and the fun to make flower port and ceramic ware in the neighboring places, and to climb a quite and smooth climbing course as well. Additionally, this village has a lot of sightseeing resorts, and enjoys always sunshine due to its location facing to the south, is getting richer by its interesting names originated from some legends behind it.
Yeoju-gun Julok Village
This village was originally subject to Geumsa-myeon of Yeoju-gun and has no human residents long time ago. The village used to be called “Julokgeori,” which means deer play around, and as the village started to form, “Julokgeori” became “Julokri.”
Yeoju-gun Ogam Village
Gaya 1-ri, acorn village, is called “Ogam Village.” “Ogam” was originated that five Daegams lived in this village after they quit their job at the end of Goryeo, and of these, the Gwon family of Andong, the Jeong Family of Yongin, and the Lee family of Hacheon sworn brothers so that the tradition and culture still exist in the village.
Yeoju-gun Sun flower Village
You will see a 4 kilometer’s of sunflowers road as you visit Sun flower Village. Bupyeong-ri was originally subject to Wapyeong-dong, Gangcheon-myeon, Wonju-gun, Gangwon-do but incorporated into Yeoju-gun in the 32nd year of King Gojong, and the name changed to Bupyeong-ri, which was combined with Wapyeong-dong and Satgatbong, as the administrative district reorganization in 1914.
Yeon-Cheon Corea Village
Yeon-Cheon Corea Village (Ami-ri) at the northern extremity of Korea is a pass of traffic connecting Paju-si and Gyeonggi-do which is connected to local road No. 322(323) by No. 37 from Paju-si and by No. 3 from Uijeongbu and Baekhak(Crane) reservoir is
Yeoncheon Adlay Flower Blooming Village
Jeongok-ub Yangwon-Ri is beside Paju Jeokseong-Myun and its south is beside Chungsan-Myun Chosung-Ri, the gateway to Yeoncheon-Gun, and thus it is easy to approach by the National Highway no.37. It is a village of beautiful landscape, where you can feel the coziness of a farm village and its purity at the same time.
Yeoncheon COREANAVEL village
Dongjung-ri of Wangjing-myeon borders the Armistice Line by Mt. Gowang to the north and is located on the highest basin in Yeoncheon-gun as a quiet mountainous village surrounded by Imjin River.
Yicheon Jachaebanga Village
The two devil posts, Jachae Daejanggun and Banga Yeojanggun, at the entrance of the village seem to hint an unusualness of this village. Wall paintings unseen in another country village beautifully decorate the walls of the village and there are singing baby sparrows under the eaves of the village community center and a busy mother sparrow that is delivering foods to her babies.
Yicheon Janghowon Peach Village
The entire village is set on a low plain and agriculture products such as rice and fruits are the main sources of income. The USA army first planted at Yihwang-li, Janghowon-eup at the end of the 1940s, and it became the Janghowon yellow peach complex which is very sweet and has good taste through several times of species regeneration.
Yongin Hakil Village
The Korean people have considered a crane and a snowy heron as elegant animals. Hakil village of Yongin used to be a dwelling of cranes and snowy herons and was called “Hakdong” or “Hakil,” which became “Hakilri” of today.
baekhak information network village
Baekhak-myeon contacting the Armistice Line and Imjin River is a typical farm village where most villagers engage in farming and is well-known for environmentally-friendly farming. The entrance of Baekhak-myeon is where Imjin River passes and where there are many mountains. As there are many heavenly resources not reached by people, it is the center of the ecological resources of DMZ. It is loved by the urban dwellers for tours and recreasion with cultural assets of King Gyeongsun’s Tomb, Sungui Shrine and security assets such as Sangseung OP and 1st Underground Tunnel.
buraemi greentour village
The name "Buraemi" means a noble wealthy village that has pride in spiritual wealth and cultural abundance. By allowing the modern people to feel the preciousness of perspiration and the greatness of nature through the warmth of the farm village and the green farm experience, the villagers are aiming to develop the village into a place of succession of cultural assets and spiritual abundance.
farmstay village
Yeoju Farmstay Village is treasuring its quiet mountain village and started green farm project and farmstay project to become a national case of success. Our specialty of Shiitake is also famous. We are constantly making effort to maintain their reputation as the home of green tourism, and it is very suitable for experiencing Korean farms with various pleasant experience programs and well-refined lodging and restaurants. We are doing out best to successfully lay our ground for green tourism and information community.
gamak village
This village is located northeast to Nam-myeon, Yangju, Gyeonggi and is also called Imgan-ri meaning it is where forest and valley harmonize. It had been one independent village until the times of Japanese Colonization and was renamed as Hansan-ri, Nam-myeon by the administrative reorganization of 1914. The name, Hansan, was given for the shape of the village resembling the tail of a leisure snake and it is also called Hansaemi, Hansami or Hansan for its nearby mountain looking like a while stork.
hsjurassic village
Hwaseong Jurassic Village is located in Gojeong-ri, Songsan-myeon, Hwaseong. It is included in Shihwa sector and is by the Yellow Sea. The village used to be a peninsula, but became an inland when Shihwa Tide Embarkment was constructed. It is where dinosaurs inhabited in Mesozoic Era. The quantity of dinosaur egg fossils and the accumulated strata are evaluated scientifically and culturally the greatest value worldwide.
nosong village
Nosong Village (19th Gyeonggi Memorial) of Pajang-dong is the entrance to Suwon with old pine region that represents the long history of 200 years and Jiji Stand Monument to admire the Chosun King Jeongjo’s devotion to his parents. With National Institute of Professional Administration, Gyeonggi Officials Training Institute and Tax Service Officials Training Institute nearby, there are about 39 homestay houses, so if you visit Korea it is a good place for lodging at low prices.
paju wild grapes village
Jeokseong-myeon, where Paju Wild Grapes Village is included, used to be a part of Yeoncheon-gun for administration, but was transferred to Paju with Nam-myeon in 1945. Jeokseong-myeon is 89.98㎢-wide with 16 villages. The administrative title of Paju Wild Grapes Village is Gaekhyeon-ri. Although it is a mountain village, there is a national highway connecting Munsan and Jeongok and a longitudinal local highway at the village entrance for relatively convenient transportation to form a distribution center of agricultural products.
pyongtaek greens village
It is where the city and farm and industrialized agriculture and ultramodern industries coexist on a rich land of the Mother Nature. It is an urban farm village with the tourists’ attractions, such as Yellow Sea Bridge, Pyeongtaek Lake and appointed tourists’ attractions, and the typical farm village aspects, such as Nature’s Theme Botanical Garden, Agricultural Museum, Agricultural Festival and agricultural products marketplace.
singeri
Anseong has been known for outstanding artisans and their skills that they originated the phrase, ‘made for you (Anseongmatchum)’. Singe-ri, a village of fruits and vegetables, is located by the downstream of Anseong River to the north of Anseong and has been maintaining a fertile granary of Anseong Plain.
yongin soonji village
Yongin Soonji Village profits from the technological farming of green house cultivation. Jinmok-1-ri of Namsa-myeon was named Jinmok-ri because there was an oak pavilion in Namsa-myeon, Yongin. Soonji Village is also called Soonmot because there was a huge pond in the village long time ago, and Soonji comes from the lots of dropwort. Currently, 60% of the households engage in cucumber and flowering plants culture.
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