Jeonju is the one of biggest cities in Jeollabukdo and is part of the Slow City Movement. This city boasts of its Hanok Village as a landmark. There are over 800 traditional Korean 'hanok' houses. These houses retain Jeonju’s historical charms and traditions.
Naejangsan is a famous mountain in Jeollabuk-do, and the best mountain in Korea for viewing autumn’s crimson leaves. The park is 76,032 sq. km. in size and became a National Park along with the Baekyangsa District.
This picturesque lake is large in scale with a total volume of water amounting to 430 million tons. The Okjeongho Dam blocks the upstream of Seomjingang River. The early morning view of the thick fog lingering above the still water is especially breathtaking to see in autumn.
Mt. Mai is on the Jin-an Plateau which is 6 to 12 miles in diameter, located between the range of Mt. Noryeong and Mt. Sobaek. This mountain is named after it two peaks that look like the ears of a horse.
Mt. Seonunsanis a popular destination throughout all four seasons. The fall season offers a mesmerizing view of crimson leaves and the 1,500-year old Seonunsa Temple. In Gocahng, a UNESCO registered Dolmen site, serves as proof that the area has been inhabited since the Bronze Age.
A palace on the moon, Gwang-hallu, is famous as the location where Lee Mong-ryong and Chunhyang (two lovers from a well-known Korean folk story) first met. On May 5th of every year, the garden is the venue of the Chunhyangjae Festival, celebrating the deep and lasting love of the famous couple.