Immigration at the entrance of the English Village
The entrance looks like an immigration office so that you can feel as if you were entering into a foreign English-speaking country. First of all, you buy an admission ticket at the ticket booth in the entrance building. The clerk is Korean and she doesn't speak English very well. You pay 3,000 won and you'll get an admission ticket and a brochure looking like a passport. You show the "passport" at the immigration counter where a Western passport controller is sitting and may ask you some questions in very fluent English. Paju, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea.