The village was built in 1996
and its goal is to preserve Korean traditions and to serve as an
The Kangwon Cultural Center, exhibiting the nature of Kangwon-do
Province and the Kangwon people, is divided into 4 parts - the indoor
exhibition room, the traditional house gallery, the outdoor exhibition
area and the Prehistoric
historic Age exhibition room.
In the indoor exhibition room, 100,000 traditional paintings and
craft items are exhibited. Various kinds of traditional houses
like Neowajip, Guitljip, Nungyejip and Goolpijip are shown in the
traditional house gallery. In the outdoor exhibition area, you can
see road idols, village signal flags and other traditional crafts.