The Jeju Folk Village was definitely a must see in Jeju! It is so unique and I have not seen anything quite like it before. The village wound up being significantly larger than expected, it was actually quite massive! My girlfriend and I were thoroughly impressed with the size of the village. It had quite a lot of things to look at, but after a while it did feel a bit repetitive, to be honest. The village was done extremely well and the buildings and structures looked fantastic, but just keep in mind you will be looking at (what I would guess) is close to 100 homes that all start to look a bit similar. However, they did have things to break it up like standing swings, old school stilts, and an arcade machine, so that was really neat too! Overall I would definitely recommend coming here, although I wouldn't necessarily visit it again.
In fact, due to the coronavirus confirmed last year, my aunt, a resident of Jeju, was very worried and told me not to go.. But, as it was a trip with a group, I could not decide on my own (I didn’t know.. ㅋㅋㅋ) I decided to go and wear a mask. I did it~ And it was a little different between Klook and the outdoor hot spring supplement at the site, but I did a remodeling at the site and said that the company didn't seem to fix it, but they matched it as I knew it~ I'm very impressed... ^^ Besides, he gave me a mask~ It wasn't very uncomfortable Oh, the use of the sauna was good~ I was so refreshed after taking the Heihhit Onsen.. When I woke up in the morning, the soles of my feet were hot. There wasn't~ ^^ Everyone in the group was satisfied.. When they visit Jeju again, the hot spring goes unconditionally~~