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Juchon Folk Village (The Birthplace of Nongae Village)

Visitors will enjoy the eco village associated with the birthplace of Nongae, and experience Korean traditions.

Ju Non-gae was born and learned letters from her father Ju Dal-mun in Juchon Village until she reached thirteen. The name of this town, which means the village of the Ju family, followed her family name Ju. In this village are diverse traditional installments, including all kinds of millstones, pavilions, as well as the Nongae Monument House. Diverse experience programs and activities are also available. This folk village is emerging as a new tourist attraction along with the Jangsu Dokkaebi Exhibition Hall.
  • Address: 21-5, Nongae saenga-gil, Janggye-myeon, Jangsu-gun
  • Contact: Kim Min-jeong (063-352-5465)
Visitor Information
  • As Daegokho Lake was submerged in 1986, this folk village was relocated to the current location in 2000.
  • Korean Drama “My Fair Lady” and Korean entertainment program “One Night and Two Days” were shot here.
  • A variety of experiences on Nongae culture and history, Korean goblin Dokkaebi, folk lifestyle, leisure sports, drama shooting sites, and flower.
Jangsu Dokkaebi Exhibition Hall.
  • Open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Admission is allowed from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Closed on Monday, New Year’s Day, and Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day)
  • Contact: Office of Culture, Sports, and Tourism (063-350-5556)
    Exhibition Hall (063-352-2143)

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