Heyri Art Village


How was your day? If you followed my blog or my instagram for awhile probably you were already knew that weekends are precious day at least for me, no holiday during the summer and winter because I need to works on my project for the whole weekdays, that’s why I always want to plan and spend my precious day wisely. I’m not a big fan of crowded, busy, and noisy place, shopping too mainstream for me, of course I love shopping but isn’t something that you will do for everyweek right?

 I want some pleasant escape from the hustle and bustle of Seoul and Incheon, walking through the dreamy village and sit against the unobstructed backdrops of forest and hills, winding paths, streams, flower beds, ponds, pretty squares, beautiful buldings tumbling down the river, café, riding a bikes , taking a sip of my latte with sights of the green grass and tree what a dreamer huh?

So that’s why last weekend I decided to go to Heyri Art Village, the name of the village was quoted from “Sound of Heyri” the traditional farming song at Paju province in Gyeonggi-do. I never been go to Paju during my 9 -mo here in Korea.  What a picturesque getaway, located around 20 miles at the northwest of Seoul with North Korea across the border, and can be reach easily by public transportation( sit on the left side of the bus and you could see the banks of barbed wire lined Han river and armed checkpoint watchtowers. It will be better if you come earlier because Heyri it self is relatively big complex with museums, art galleries, workrooms and experience studio, café, and restaurants definitely plenty to see here.

I went there around 1pm from Incheon and arrive around 3 pm? because I thought it will be rainy all day long due to the thypoon..( well it was rain in the end but thanksfully I managed to take some picture but sadly I can’t visit the English village, Provence village, and Nuri park definitely need to come again next time >.<)

Transportation
From Seoul take the inner circle line subway (green line 2) to Hapjeong Station [합정역] . From exit 2 of this station take bus number 2200 and you can choose to take off at the entrance of the village by;  “Heyri Gate numbe r 4 [Heyri Sa Bon Geiteu]  헤이리4번게이트”, “Gyeongmo Park Front – Heyri Gate number 6 [Gyeong Mu GongWon Ap Heyri Yukbon Geiteu]  경모공원앞 헤이리6번게이트”, “Bobheung 3 ri – Heyri Gate number 8 [Bobheung sam ri-Heyri palbon Gaiteu봅흥3 헤이리8번게이트” , or at Paju English Village- [Paju Yongo Maeul ]파주영어마을 if you want to go to English village first and then go to Heyri.

Recommended Itinerary
Due to some unexpected weather condition  can’t fulfill my itinerary, this what I was planned to do.
To go to English village by bus number 200 or 200 and stop at English village, walk to Heyri village and  depart to provence by bus number 036 from Heyri Gate 1 or Heyri Gate 4 Bus station. To Going back from Provence use the 2200 or 200 to Habjeong station again.


English village 파주 영어 마을
This actually a facilities that built by the Gyeonggi Province Government with a good intention so the villagers can learn English in the English speaking country experience. This camp has more than 700 trainees and teachers residing in  this village.

Here diverse performances and events occurs all year around, and for book the activities and experience event you can go to their website (Korean) and for more info you can go here (English)


 picture are taken from Korean Tourism Organization
 Address:
40 Eoreumsil-ro, Tanhyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
경기도 파주시 탄한면 얼음실로 40
Travel Hotline : +82-2-1330 (Korean, Chinese, Japanese, English)
Call Center : +82-31-956-2000
Operating Hours : 09.30-18.00 last admission 1 hour before closing and after 18.00 free admission
Admission Fees : Weekdays 3000 krw, Weekends 5000 krw, experience ticket 10.000
For discount coupon book download at here

Heyri Village 헤이리 예술마을








 I especially love their petite red velvet cake and smoothie it just suit my tongue, cake cost around 8000 krw and 5000krw for the smoothie


heyri has a lot of museum and gallery, most of it doubled as cafe too, few of heyri's cafe also use as the film setting duch as foresta book cafe which appears at Fated to love you [운명처럼 사랑해] 




Besides of Museum Heyri actually has lot of activity center such as baking school, pottery, kids art center, tarot and card reading, korean rice wine making, korean full set menu cooking class, and you also can make ur own designed tee here, i can't visit all of it one by one,

pictures taken by Heyri website and edited by me for more info of each activity you can click here 
 Familiar with trick art museum? they also have another branch at Heyri, and here you also can order a bulb or plates to hang in the arch near the museum .



 dont forget to visit the ice cream bus too, its so vintage and the ice cream taste superb, i love their vanilla ice cream 

Since its so big, u can also choose to rent a bicycle or using electric car like this 

Ticket fee and course







Address :
 70-21 Heyrimaeul-gil, Tahnyeon-myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
경기도 파주시 탄현면 헤이리마을길 70-21
Travel Hotline : +82-2-1330 (Korean, Chinese, Japanese, English)
Call Center : +82-31-946-8551, +82-1588-7387 (Korean)
Admission Fees : Free Experience ticket: depends

Provence Village프로방스마을
In 1996 this village beginned with a chic French restaurant, now a theme village with art and interior design stores and a number of cafes, patio restaurants, and bakeries. Provence Living Gallery decorated with beautiful interior designs, an Herb Village full of sweet fragrance, a Fashion Gallery, a European bakery and cafes. the Living Gallery not only decorates Provence Village, but also makes decorative items such as hand-painted ceramics, available for purchase; and the European bakery boasts fresh, delicious breads. Each shop is an independent unit with a unique design concept.


 picture were taken from Korean Tourism Organization and edited by me~

Address:
77, Saeori-ro, Tanhyeon-Myeon, Paju-si, Gyeonggi-do
경기도 파주시 탄면 새오리로 77
Call Center : +82-1644-8044



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by: GG Supporter Anita Limanjaya

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GG Tour is the official blogsite of the Gyeonggi-do Tourism Organization - GG Supporters program. It aims to introduce tourism spots in Gyeonggi-do Province and provide information to make your travel here more convenient and fun.

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