Arrived in Seoul on October 6 and took a bus to Jeonju in southwestern Korea. Jeonju is famous for its traditional architecture and good food. On the evening of the 6th we had dinner with Bohyoung Sohn and Professor Lim at a restaurant where one purchases a pot of Makkori, a fermented Korean rice drink (about 5% alcohol), and a table full of side dishes comes complementary. On the morning of the 7 we toured the town of Jeonju.
Hanoak, traditional Korean architecture
Jeonju is famous for its tile roofs
Visited two homes being roofed with tiles
Red clay soil is used to secure the tiles and provide insulation.
A lattice of bamboo is built on top of the rafters to support the red clay soil, and plastered from below with lime