|Juwangsan Seongcheondaek House (주왕산 성천댁)|
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|Designated as the 172nd Important Folk Relic, this hanok is said to have been bought by Im Chun-seop, an official during the reign of King Gojong from the Joseon Dynasty.
However, the exact date of the construction is not known. The hanok is located in the area where
the water flowing from Juwangsan Mountain is in an S-shape. The buildings of the hanok are arranged in a square-shape
to prevent rain and wind from entering. The room next to the front gate has a thatched roof, and inside the gate stands a 4-by-3 kan* tile-roofed house with a gabled roof, which is offered for accommodation.
*kan: a traditional measurement that corresponds to the space between two columns)
|Number of Guestrooms|
|3 rooms (4-person rooms: 3)|
|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.
|Available (Additional fee applies)|
|Parking available for up to 2 cars|
|Art program, family art therapy, Korean card game, traditional games (playing with hula hoops, stick-tossing, seesaw, arrow-throwing)|
|From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal, take an intercity bus to Cheongsong (청송).
Travel time is approximately 4hrs 10min
Bus schedule (Subject to change): 06:30 08:40 10:20 12:00 15:10 16:40
From Cheongsong Bus Terminal, take a Cheongsong-Yaksutang (청송-약수탕) route bus to Cheongun-ri (청운리) bus stop (4 stops, 18min)
Take the road to the left and go for 100m.
Turn right at the dead end, and then turn left onto Seodang-gil (서당길).
The house is 100m ahead.