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Family Home of Ryu Si-won a Popular Tourist Spot

2007/06/07 Source

A Japanese travel agency has introduced a package that includes a visit to the family house of Korean star Ryu Si-won in Andong, North Gyeongsang Province.

During the three-day tour of Ryoo's family house in Andong, tourists can see beautiful natural scenery and experience traditional Korean culture. They will also get to sleep in Damyeonjae, where Queen Elizabeth II was given a birthday party and watched the Hahoi mask dance during her visit to Korea in April 1999.

Ryoo's fans should particularly enjoy this tour package, since Ryoo's mother will personally cook Korean dishes for the tourists and tell stories from his childhood.

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