Maps are important. It is suggested to walk out of the subway station for 10 minutes and arrive at Beicun Cultural Center first. Beicun Cultural Center provides free Chinese materials, as well as volunteers with red hats who speak Mandarin. Kongwu Village is a 600-year-old traditional Korean residential area in Seoul. Since ancient times, it has been composed of Yuanxi Cave, Qidong Cave, Guidong Cave, Jiahui Cave and Sanqing Cave. At that time, it was a high-ranking residential area inhabited by high-ranking officials or nobles of the Royal family, so it was very famous. The houses inside are mostly the blue tiled houses of the Korean era, which have been preserved as the structural form of the upper stratum up to now. Beicun has eight famous sceneries. Don't look for it deliberately. It just happens. Eight scenes we did not deliberately look for so did not see the whole, really no harm. The roads here are tortuous, densely interwoven and interconnected. Looking up and turning around, beautiful scenery can be seen everywhere. Many ancient buildings are used as museums, experience rooms for traditional crafts, cafes, boutiques, galleries, restaurants... All kinds of shops are scattered in this area. Most of the stores are very small, some can only accommodate 2-3 guests. The ups and downs of Beicun require some physical strength, and it takes at least 2 hours to complete the tour.