These are some instruments of discipline.
"Watch your head" - it was a low door.
It didn't say what people had to do to earn these punishments.
Kyler exercised some much-needed discipline on Hunter, ha ha. A group of Korean teenagers or young adults were having a merry time taking turns "disciplining" each other as well.
This guy weaves. There were other people spinning thread, making baskets, gardening (real gardens), and much more.
This is a real black smith shop, and this guy was making farm implements.
This is one loooooong kiln for baking the pottery that artisans make.
We had lunch in one of the restaurants, which was very good. All the employees in the village wore traditional dress of some sort, such as this lovely Hanbok.
It was a lovely fall day, and we were glad to get out of town and away from the G-20 excitement.
This guy put on quite the show as a tight-rope walker. He was older, too, which was interesting. He did a lot of "tricks" up on the rope.
The buildings near the village were pretty authentic, including the local 7-11.
As forecasted, it rained heavily mid afternoon, but we had seen enough by then and were all tired out and ready to go home.