Created to preserve the island's historical culture, the village is actually a collection of historically re-created buildings that was designed with consultations from historians and preservationists. In addition to these modern re-creations, several structures, ranging in age from 100 to 300 years old, were relocated here, intact, for visitors to enjoy. You'll get to explore life-size models of mountain villages, fishing villages, and shaman villages. Various artifacts are on display, and there are also folk performances and traditional craftsmen who still practice their art and sell their wares. Although it's a bit touristy, it's a lot of fun to try on traditional wedding outfits or ride the native ponies.