Qingzhou is the capital of the Sino-Luo Dynasty in Korea. It is a quiet city and is known as the cradle of ancient Korean civilization. There are three World Heritage Sites in Qingzhou, namely, Qingzhou Historic Heritage Area, Korean Historic Villages (Liangdong Village and Hehui Village) and Buddhist temples and cave dwellings. Prince Charles of England is said to have visited Liangdong Village. Take Busan Metro Line 1 to Laobao Station (Eastern Dachang Passenger Station) and take a bus to Qingzhou for an hour, 4800 won per person. The high-speed train from Qingzhou to Seoul lasted more than two hours. We live near Qingzhou Bus Station. There are many buses at the bus terminal. There are several buses going to Liangdong Village according to the information on the internet. We asked several people. A driver suggested that we take No. 203. He told us that we should walk about 1 kilometer after getting off the other bus. No. 203 can be reached directly. The latest bus is at 12:30 noon. Qingzhou bus can also use Korean traffic recharge card. About 40 minutes after boarding the bus, we arrived at the village gate. The tickets were 4,000 Korean dollars per person and sent to the atlas in Chinese. According to the official Korean website, Liangdong Village is the oldest clan village in Korea, and it is also a typical representative of the Clan Villages in the early stage of the formation of Korea. The village buildings are adapted to the climate of high temperature and humidity in summer and low temperature and dry in winter. The house structure also follows the Confucian rituals. The buildings consist of clan halls, houses, pavilions, academies, bookstores, etc. The surrounding farmland and natural landscape are still picturesque, and many related rituals, games, works of art and other cultural heritage have been well circulated to this day. Following the principle of traditional geomantic omen, the village fully integrates functionality and ornamentality. It also preserves the academic literature and cultural works of Confucians in the Korean era, as well as traditional family etiquette and characteristic village rituals and other cultural heritage. Http://chinese.visitkorea.or.kr/chs/CU/CUCHG3430.jsp Liangdong Village has more than 150 old houses. It is a typical Korean traditional village formed in the 15th-16th century. It has lived in Yuecheng Sun's family and Lijiang Lee's family for generations. The high and black brick houses are clan names or rich houses, but most of them are earth walls and thatched domes. We visited the village along the road signs. The village is situated in the valley. The blue sky and white clouds, along the winding mountain road, the fragrance of birds and flowers, presents to tourists the village as a paradise, simple, quiet and beautiful. It is amazing that Korea has retained such a complete and large-scale village for hundreds of years. Most of the old houses are still inhabited by villagers, but no young people, almost all old people, see two children riding bicycles. In the courtyard of the old house, there are hand-operated wells, Korean-style iron pots and piles of trips. Inside the house is a Kang with a cigarette pipe attached. The most eye-catching thing is the jar. There are almost all pickle jars of different sizes in front of every door. I met a hostess who was opening a sauce jar to get the sauce. I greeted her and tasted a little. Soy sauce moist, with broken beans, very fresh. I asked her how to make it. She said, Beans, salt, put it in the jar. Although she can't speak a lot of English, I can understand the simple expression of traditional production methods. Some villager families open their doors, cross-legged around the table to drink tea, some fall on the Kang to rest, others
Although it belongs to Qingzhou, it is very close to Puxiang City. It is still a long way to walk into the village by taking 600 or 700 routes to the village entrance. If there are several people in the same company, it will take about ten minutes to get a taxi from Puxiang University of Technology. They are all Korean traditional dwellings. They are world cultural heritage. They are worth visiting.
Liangdong Village is absolutely a model of the combination of Korean culture and nature. The whole village is surrounded by green hills and houses are very simple Korean-style buildings. The most important thing is that it has not been fully developed into a tourist attraction, but that there are still people living in it and keeping the traditional life. The transportation is also very convenient. It can be reached by bus No. 201 or No. 208 from Qingzhou City in about an hour. 。
Liangdong Village is a well-preserved ancient Korean village, which is not very convenient for transportation in the mountains. But here preserves the most original ancient Korean architecture, and it is also a world cultural heritage. Early morning train tickets can be waived, late fees will be charged.
Coming to Liangdong, I think this is the place I want to see. There are still many people living in Hanwu. They refuse to do business. There are not many shops and restaurants. In order to preserve the original style, it is still a sandy road. I love this little garden with low walls.
Coming to Liangdong, I think this is the place I want to see. There are still many people living in Hanwu. They refuse to do business. There are not many shops and restaurants. In order to preserve the original style, it is still a sandy road. It's very simple and leisurely here.
This village, which has been rated as a world cultural heritage, is usually visited by tourists to see the house, while in-depth tourists are visiting the culture. Especially in the past 500 years, the two families in the village, Sun and Li, have been competing one after another. For example, when Li Jia came out as a champion, Sun Jia would refuse to be a champion, and Li Jia, a judge of Sun Jia, would be very ungrateful to be a judge. Indulge in elaborating on. From these small houses, we can see not only some characteristics of the two classes of culture, but also people's appreciation of Fengshui 500 years ago according to their location. Two times a month, there will be cultural experience activities in the village square. If the time can be adjusted, you might as well go to play on the time. You can call the Chinese Consulting Hotline 1330 of Korea Tourism Development Bureau for specific time.
Personally, I think Liangdong Village is a very worthwhile place to go in Qingzhou. It's a large area. I went in winter. There are not many people, so I can take pictures as much as I like. Very typical Han village house. It's totally different from the Korean village houses that went to Seoul later. The Korean village houses in the North Village are more modern. It's very retro here. And the hyenas. They're cute.