If there's one thing that Jeonju is renowned for apart from bibimbap and the hank village, it is Korean paper Hanji.
Hanji (한지, 韓紙) is the name for traditional handmade Korean paper. The Korean traditional paper made from the bark of mulberry trees is dyed and designed into an array of vibrant colors or ancient scripts. Hanji can be made into almost anything: lamps, socks and even neckties.
There is even a Hanji Museum in Jeonju. Unfortunately we didn't have time to visit it but that's on my to-do list for next time!
My friend and I picked up a sheet each of the beautiful paper - we were slightly taken aback by how cheap it was. The price per sheet varied from just 1,000원 to 2,500원...