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|Yangsajae was an annex building of the Jeonjuhyanggyo Confucian School during the Joseon period, where young students prepared for their Saengwon (classics licentiate) and Jinsa (literary licentiate) tests after class. Currently, it has become a multi-purpose cultural space, which offers hanok stay and serves wild tea. Particularly, the house is famous, as Garam Lee Byeong-gi, a Sijo (Korean poem) poet, used to live there. A signboard that reads "Garam Dasil" is hung in the room, where the poet had stayed, along with pictures of his writing poems.|
|Number of Guestrooms|
|6 rooms (4-person rooms: 6)|
|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.
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|Available (Included in room rates)|
|Parking available for up to 10 cars|
Bus Terminal, go left for 250m.
Turn right onto Girin-ro Street (기린로), and go 250m on the left road.
Take Bus 190 to Girindaero Hanbyeokru (기린대로 한벽루).
From the bus stop, turn around and go straight for 100m.
Turn left before an overpass bridge.
Go straight for 150m, and stay on the right road at the fork.
Go straight for 50m to arrive at Yangsajae.
|Traditional Food Village, Hahoe Village|
|Native Local Foods|
|Andong Hemp, Salted Mackerel, Apple|