The Arari Village reenacts the housing culture of the Joseon Dynasty Period at Aesan-ri, Jeongseon-eup, Gangwon-do. The village is structured into 6 different buildings of traditional tile-roofed house, oak bark roof house, single-roofed house, jeorip house, stone house, log house and a tavern, shopping center, etc. Even more, there are facilities such as the water wheel and water mill, millstone, seonandang, farming tool area, mill, etc.
The Arari Village operates from 9am to 6pm and from September 1st, 2013 only those who have purchased a Jeongseon Arirang gift certificate of 3,000won can be admitted into this area. The Jeongseon Arirang gift card can be purchased at the ticket box at the entrance. There are sculpture characters from the novel Yangbanjeon written by Park Jiwon. Moreover, you can receive a Yangban certificate for free as well.
The Arari Village is similar to the folk village tourist site where you can enjoy a walk along the village and enjoy a beautiful scenery where we recommend you to come during the spring and fall because it is an outdoor tourist site. Not only are there various forms of traditional houses, but also the sculptures of characters from the novel Yangbanjeon written by Park Jiwon that shows the life of those during the older era. If you are with your children, you can enjoy taking pictures with your children and let them see what they have read in textbooks. You can enjoy the beautiful trail by viewing the scenery of Jeongseon's foot of the mountain and surrounding trees which will heal yourself from the busy city life.