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Hanok Traditional Houses
hanok traditional houses   Hanok Stay refers to staying in a traditional Korean house. It is a good opportunity to experience traditional Korean lifestyle and culture. The traditional houses available for hanok stays are decades to hundreds of years old. They have been somewhat renovated for the convenience and safety of its guests, but the traditional Korean style and sentiment are still retained.
Old furniture, paper-pasted windows, and props like soy jars add to the traditional ambiance. Most homes for hanok stay have electronic goods, including a TV set, and Western-style toilets, but some still have traditional toilets. If you prefer a Western-style toilet, you are strongly recommended to make reservations in advance. Some houses offer various programs to experience Korean culture, including tea ceremonies, pottery making, and traditional Korean folk games. Simple meals are usually available at an extra charge.
Houses for hanok stay vary in size; some are very large with a guest house and a main building, while others are small with only bedrooms and a living room. Room rates also vary widely. You are recommended to consider various factors when choosing one, such as the room rate and nearby tourist attractions.
- List of Hanok Traditional Houses Total:3
Type Name Region
Hanok Nonsan Baegilheon Head House (논산 백일헌 종택)[한국관광품질인증제/ Korea Quality] Nonsan-si Chungcheongnam-do
Hanok Gyeam house (House of Kim Gi-hyeon) (계암고택 - 김기현 가옥)[한국관광품질인증제/ Korea Quality] Seosan-si Chungcheongnam-do
Hanok Myeongjae House (House of Yun Jeung) ([명품고택]논산 명재고택) Nonsan-si Chungcheongnam-do

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