|Byeongsan Seowon Jusa (병산서원주사)|
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|Byeongsan Seowon was designated as the 260th Historic Site on March 31, 1978. It originated from Pungsan Seodang (village school) in Pungsan-hyeon, and was moved to its current location by Yu Seong-ryong, a renowned Joseon Dynasty scholar who was also known by his pen name Seoae. Among the buildings in this hanok, the caretakers' quarters, named Jusa, is offered for accommodation. The buildings are built symmetrically to the right and left of the courtyard.|
|Number of Guestrooms|
|4 rooms(2-person rooms: 2 / 3-person rooms: 1 / 4-person rooms: 1)|
|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.
|Shared kitchen available for 30,000 won|
|Parking available for up to 20 cars|
|Assistance for Foreigners (Available Languages)|
|Not available language service|
Central City Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Andong.
* Bus schedule: 6:10, 7:30, 8:40, 9:40, 10:40, 11:50, 13:10, 14:20, 15:10, 16:10, 17:10, 18:10, 19:30, 20:40
Across the street from the Andong Bus Terminal, take Bus 46 to Byeongsan Seowon.
* Bus 46 schedules
- To Byeongsan Seowon: 10:30, 14:40
- From Byeongsan Seowon: 11:40, 16:00