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I'm glad I stopped by this place. I didn't know much about hanji so it was interesting to learn about how it's made. There's a museum that goes through the history of paper which was also fun to see. At the end of the tour...More
After spending enough time around the Hanok Village, we decided to do something different, so we followed TripAdvisor's advice and went to the Jeonju hanji museum. The museum is built within I believe the actual paper mill. Although not very big, it gives you a...More
Hanji or Korean paper is and has been a very Important part of the Korean culture for many many centuries.the Hanji museum gives you an insight to the entire process of Korean paper making which differences from the way paper is made in other asian...More
This museum is an odd thing. It is at the site of a modern factory that makes a traditional sort of paper.
By car or taxi (don't know about buses), you start at the entrance gate where friendly staff point out where to go.
Jeonju Hanok Village เป็นหมู่บ้านพื้นเมืองที่มีบ้านมากกว่า 800 หลังคาเรือนกระจัดกระจายอยู่ทางตะวันออกเฉียงใต้ของเมืองจอนจู ซึ่งมีสถานที่โบราณที่น่าแวะเยี่ยมชมนั้น เช่น Gyeonggijeon, Pungnammun Gate, Omokdae, Jeondong Abbey, Hanbyeokdang, Jeonju Hyanggyo เป็นต้น นอกจากนี้ภายในหมู่บ้านยังมีแหล่งการแสดงศิลปและวัฒนธรรมต่างๆ เช่น Jeonju Korean Traditional Wire Museum, Jeonju Culture Center for Oriental Medicine, Jeonju Traditional Craftworks Exhibition Hall เป็นต้น เห็นมั้ยละ เมืองจอนจูก็มีสถานที่ให้เที่ยวเยอะแยะ สถานที่ทั้งหมดนี้ก็อยู่ไม่ไกลกันเลยน๊าาา.........
Originally christened the Hansol Paper...More
Free, well-curated, family-friendly museum about paper--its history, varieties, process, and products. It's a small museum (I'd give 1 hour to 1 hour and half), but very informative museum that offers all you need to know about paper. I really enjoyed paper history presentation there from...More
Museum is located within the headquarters of a large paper company. In addition to exhibits on the paper-making process, they have a live demonstration where you dip a screen into a slurry of bark fibers and end up with your own sheet of paper. Some...More
This museum is located inside the Jeonju Paper Mills. A paper factory actually. It was located about 20-30 min by taxi. Since we departed from our guesthouse, we took taxi to the museum. Advisable for you to write down the full address and the phone...More