|Songso House (송소고택)|
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|Designated as the 63rd Folk Relic of Gyeongsangbuk-do, Songso House was owned by Sim Ho-taek whose pen name was Songso. He was the 7th generation descendant of Sim Cheo-dae, a wealthy man during the reign of King Yeongjo from the Joseon Dynasty. Sim Ho-taek built this hanok in 1880 when he moved from Hobakgol to Deokcheon Village, which was the home of his ancestors.
Deokcheon Village, where the hanok is located, is designated as one of the 20 must-visit villages by the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. It is the representative village of Cheongsong-gun, an official Slow City. Cheongsong is famous for the Juwangsan National Park known for its rugged cliffs and the Jusanji Pond, which is the main setting of the Korean film "Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter, and Spring".
|Ondol (Korean-style beddings and floor heating system)|
|Number of Guestrooms|
|Room Amenities (Colored backgrounds designate availability)|
* The room rate is the lowest price for this accommodation. Rates may vary according to season, room type and whether or not guests are entitled to discount rates. Please make sure to check the exact rate in advance before making your reservations. The room rate listed above is subject to change.
|N/A (Included in room rates)|
|Available (7,000 won per person)|
|Public bathroom & restrooms|
|35 parking spaces|
|Tel: +82-54-874-6556, +82-16-252-3728|
|From Dong Seoul
Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Cheongsong (청송).
* Bus Schedule: 06:30, 08:40, 10:20, 12:00, 15:10, 16:40
From Cheongsong Bus Terminal, take a taxi to Songso House (송소고택, 10min).