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This tour introduces the local food culture of Suwon and the UNESCO cultural heritage site, Suwon Hwaseoung Fortress.
The Suwon Hwaseoung Fortress was built during the Joseon Dynasty’s greatest period, known as King Jeongjo Era. It has a rich history of King Jeongjo and also the food around Suwon Palace.
Dongjangdae Command Post, nicknamed Yeonmudae, is open on all sides and is a great place to see the fortress at a glance. However, Yeonmudae was not used for surveillance but was a historical place where military officials practiced martial arts during the Joseon Dynasty. You can spend a moment to feel the bravery of the military officials of the past.
The Banghwasuryujeong Pavilion, located in Suwon Hwaseong Fortress, is an exhibition building, but also functions as a pavilion built with stone and wood. Take all your Instagram shots here with Banghwasuryujeong and Yongyeon as the background.
In Suwon fried chicken street, you can find whole chicken cooked in a cast-iron pot, which is very popular among locals. This is also an opportunity to actually taste the fried chicken that was featured in the Korean movie “Extreme Job”.
People say it is impossible to tell which of the 40 or more snack bars in Jidong Market is the best and that every snack bar serves great food. You can choose and try 3 kinds of food in the market, and pick the best one that you like among the 40+ snack bars. The exterior of the market was designed to look similar to the Suwon Hwaseong Fortress. It makes you feel like you are browsing the market inside the Suwon Hwaseong fortress itself.
It’s time for traditional tea! At the last leg of the tour, we will be visiting Haeunggung Street. It is believed that the street was a place known as a place for peddles hundred years ago. On the street we will be enjoying a Jehocha tea made by brewing dark smoked plum (omae). It is known to lower fever and help digestion. Don’t miss the hidden stories of Jehocha tea and Crown Prince Sado.
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What is not Included
Meet in front of the Yeonmudae (Dongjangdae) Ticket Box
Banghwasuryujeong Pavilion (Dongbukgakru)
Suwon Chicken Street (Korean Fried Chicken)
Jidong Market (40+ Korean Snacks)
Haenggung Street (Jehocha tea)
|13:15 pm||End of tour|
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Recommended spots in Suwon by KoreaTravelEasy:
1) Yeonmudae (Dongjangdae) Ticket Box
The guide will meet you at the Ticket Box.
Address: KR 경기도 수원시 팔달구 창룡대로103번길 20 (연무대-어차 티켓박스 앞)
EN 20 Changnyong-daero 103beon-gil, Maehyang-dong, Paldal-gu, Suwon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
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