Built in 1934, Seoneum-jae is a traditional Korean-style house that features three unique architectural structures (the house as a whole, the main building of the house, and the detached house).The prize of the 26th Architectural Awards of Seoul City
Received the Participation Prize of the 26th Architectural Awards of Seoul City in the remodeling category Participated in the first Hanok Exhibition of the National Trust of Korea under the title “My House is a Hanok” Joined a series of exhibitions held by Hakgojae Gallery, Seoul National University, and Korea University (2007) Participated in the first Overseas Hanok Exhibition of the National Trust of Korea under the title “Hanok” Joined various exhibitions held at the LA Korean Cultural Center, New York Korean Cultural Center, and KORUS House in Washington (2008) Was featured in “A House where Children Change,” on SBS Morning Wide (2008), and “Love for Hanok,” on KBS Primetime News (2010), and more
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Built in 1934, Seoneum-jae is a traditional Korean-style house that features three unique architectural structures (the house as a whole, the main building of the house, and the detached house).
The main building of this renovated, traditional Korean-style house features two red-clay ondol (Korean floor-heating system) rooms, a main-floored room, an attic, a basement, a bathroom, and an inner courtyard and garden. Also, the detached house is made up of two red-clay ondol rooms, a main-floored room, an upper floor, a bathroom, a laundry room, and a backyard garden, which can be used privately. The main building and the detached house are largely independent of each other, but they do share a kitchen.
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the owner lived for eight years in Seoneumjae will pick up the local restaurants and cafes and so pretty Samcheong-dong shops and unique place tourists can not go well in the Bukchon area.
Otros aspectos destacables
You can arrive at to the observatory(Waryong Park) where you can see a fantastic night view of Seoul by 10-minute walk. In addition, you can see a beautiful night view of the Seoul fortress.
Just a evening walks to recommend.
The house is absolute non-smoking.Walls and windows, doors made of korean traditional paper Hanji.please do not damage walls, windows, doorsThe maintenance costs are a lot.
You can eat the food in the kitchen, the main floored rooms, the upper floor, the front lawn, the back yard.Do not eat the food in the bedroomDefile the paper to food can not be (URL HIDDEN) should be replaced.
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