Jeju Folk Village, the Most Jeju-like Place in Jeju! Folklore symbolizes the spirit of its people, and is a living culture that adapts and changes to its times and surroundings as it is passed down from generation to generation. As time passes, new elements are added or existing ones are removed, but the main aspect continues to move on. As such, folklore can be considered a concrete aspect of life and basic culture that contains the spirit and ideals of the people. Jeju Folk Village has comprehensively organized Jeju’s traditional folklore materials by setting 1890, the end of the Joseon Dynasty, as its base year and has put them on display for all to see. It is a place where Jeju’s folk culture is properly preserved, where people can see trees and flowers in a single glance, and where Jeju’s culture can be compared and contrasted to the cultures of the rest of the world. We hope that you will continue to display interest in ‘Jeju Folk Village’ as it continues to function as a cultural space.