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|Imsil, Jeollabuk-do, a town famous for being Korea’s first cheese-making village, offers hands-on experience programs while living in clean, unpolluted farm country. The village is attracting the attention of foreign visitors who are interested in making and tasting local Korean cheese. Thanks to its proximity to the Hanok (traditional Korean-style house) Village of Jeonju, only 30 minutes away, many tourists choose to stay at a traditional hanok and visit the cheese village from there. The experience programs are run all year round except on Mondays. Visitors are advised to make a phone reservation at least three days prior to visiting.|
|Closed on Mondays, Seollal and Chuseok holidays|
|[Imsil Cheese Village Experience Program Package Tour]
* Contents: Cheese making + Gyeongungi (cultivator) riding experience + Lunch (cheese pork cutlet) + Optional program 1 (Farming experience / pizza making / making soap with goats’ milk)
* Fees: 19,000 won/ person + optional program (varies by program; 4,000-9,000 won) * Available hours: 10:00 / 11:30 / 13:30
* Duration: approx. 2.5 hrs – 3.5 hrs
* Additional program: Baking whole wheat cookies, mill experience, cheese pasteurizing experience, etc.
※ All children participating in the programs must be accompanied by a guardian or a parent.
※ Reservation required.
|10 parking spaces|
From Seoul Nambu Bus Terminal, take a bus bound for Imsil.
(bus departs almost every hour / 06:30-19:00)
From Imsil Bus Terminal, take a bus bound for Imsil (Gwanchon) (임실(관촌)).
Get off at Imsil Station. The village is located about 600m from Imsil Station.
Available village bus routes: Gangjin-Imsil, Gwanchon-Osu, Gwanchon-Unam, Sucheon-Imsil, Unam-Imsil, Imsil-Unam, Imsil-Imsil