The market presents the taste and sentiment of your hometown in the traditional fashion.
It is a marketplace from the Joseon period that smacks of human chemistry, where visitors can soothe their hearts while sampling old sentiments. It is a famed attraction in KFV that exudes the Korean sentiment, serving as the venue for the traditional workshop street offering various institutions and customs such as earthenware atelier, fan atelier, and yeot (Korean taffy) confectionery and eateries presenting hearty hometown tastes.
At the marketplace, a visitor can sample 20 or so local dishes and appetizing seasonal food such as naengmyeon (cold noodle), muk (jellied food), bibimbap, and handmade dumpling soup. All food is free from artificial flavors and processed food and uses only natural flavors to ladle traditional taste in the nature-friendly old method.
Offering Hearty and Upscale Korean dishes topped with its stylish tiled roof, Korea House serves a hearty and upscale Korean dishes.
As the leading restaurant of KFV equipped with large party space, Korea House boasts Korean style for its exterior and interior, thus most frequented by international tourists.
With reservation for group visit, diners can enjoy Korean dinner in different courses (serving up to 360 persons).
Hometown Food Enjoyed Under Wisteria Vine.
At the restaurant, diners can sit on a low wooden bench and enjoy food in nature. Featured by VJ Commando of KBS, the place tops the KFV eatery in the media.
One of the attractions that Yangbanjang has is the fun of enjoying the aromatic and yellowish pajeon and bindaeteok cooking on the spot (serving up to 90 persons inside and 80 persons out on the bench).
Local Food as Tasty as Your Home Food.
Topped with the traditional shingle roof, the restaurant presents a quiet mood. In a spacious hall that can accommodate up to 100 persons, the place serves various dishes such as bulgogi, dolsot bibimbap, steamed rice with kimchi, fresh roe and other vegetables, sundubu (soft tofu stew), mushroom bulgogi, kimchi pancake, and acorn jelly as well as appetizers for drinks.
For seasonal food, noodle or steamed barley with young radish kimchi top the summer menu, while soy bean soup is the leading winter dish with its deep flavor.
Comfortable Rest in the Korean Atmosphere
The KFV Traditional Teahouse, which boasts its outstanding coziness, offers the leisure of a subtly scented cup of tea in the picturesque landscape beyond the window. The surrounding glass windows, decorated with hanji (Korean traditional paper), adds to the taste of the setting. Sanghwatang (herb tonic tea), ginseng tea, jujube tea, and schisandra chinensis tea are salutary, while you can enjoy other salubrious traditional teas, danpatjuk (sweet red-bean porridge with small rice dumplings) for winter, traditional dessert like sikhye (sweet rice drink), and old-style patbingsu (red-bean sherbet) for summer.
The KFV Herb Medicine Shop comes with warming comfort as well as classical grace. All herbal teas available at the Shop carry heartiness and quality taste, as they are brewed long with medicinal herbs. In summer, our guests can enjoy the cool sikhye sitting on the low wooden bench, while in winter, customers can enjoy teas on warm room floor.
※ The menu can be changed due to weather and internal circumstances.