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Wondering what a traditional Korean town or village used to look like? Then you’ll definitely want to head to the Andong Hahoe Folk Village, a faithfully preserved village near the center of the country that still reflects the old folk culture of the region. Andong Hahoe Folk Village sits by the Nakdong river and, thanks to the way it has retained its Joseon-era architecture and various local customs, it was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2010. Not only can you see what villages once looked like in Korea, but visitors are also treated to other customs and traditions, including a performance of the Hahae Mask Dance.