Bukchon Hanok Village was established on Java Island, Indonesia. As the skyline was blocked by the novel coronavirus outbreak (COVID 19), it was made for Indonesians who dream of visiting Korea.
Bukchon Hanok Village in Indonesia
According to ‘Kompas.com‘ on the 22nd, the Park modeled after Bukchon Hanok Village will open at the Tasikmalaya tourist site in western Java at the end of this month.
The tiled house and the jar are friendly and the Korean sign “Bukchon” is clear. It will also showcase the park with the theme of K-pop.
“K-pop and Korean drama fans can feel as if they are in Korea even if they don’t go to Korea,” said Yusuf, director of the Karang Resik Tourist Complex, where the Korean park will be located. “Every age group can take many good pictures, from children to adults.”
“There are parks that mimic Korea elsewhere, but our park can truly enjoy the Korean atmosphere thanks to the Chitandui River,” he added. The architecture and design of the Bukchon village in Indonesia were undertaken by local architects and artists.
The Bukchon Hanok Village in the Karang Resik tourist complex is aimed at the Lebaran holiday, the biggest holiday in Indonesia.
This year’s Lebaran will be held on May 13 (May 12-14). It will also make every effort to prevent the disease.
Director Yusuf said, “Korean traditional clothes, Hanbok, will be washed immediately once rented, and facilities such as tile houses will be disinfected regularly. Wearing masks and distance tours are basic.”