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Head House of Pansagongpa Branch of Pyeongsan Shin Clan (평산신씨판사공파종택)

  • Head House of Pansagongpa Branch of Pyeongsan Shin Clan (평산신씨판사공파종택)
  • Head House of Pansagongpa Branch of Pyeongsan Shin Clan (평산신씨판사공파종택)
  • Head House of Pansagongpa Branch of Pyeongsan Shin Clan (평산신씨판사공파종택)

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Address
16, Jungdeul 2(i)-gil, Pacheon-myeon, Cheongsong-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
경상북도 청송군 파천면 중들2길 16
Type
Old Houses/ Birth houses/Folk Villages
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-54-873-0101, 2291 (Korean)
Homepage
Cheongsong-gun Office: www.cs.go.kr
(Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)
  • Information
    Introduction
    Located in Cheongsong-gun County, Gyeongsangbuk-do Province, Pyeongsansinssi Pansagongpa Jongtaek is the head house of the noble Pyeongsan Sin family line. The house was created by Sin, Han-Tae, during the era of King Sukjong (1674-1720) of the Joseon Dynasty. Ever since its construction centuries ago, the house has been inhabitated by the descendants of Sin, Deuk-Cheong, the 15th eldest grandson of the General, Sin, Sung-Gyem. This house has all of the features that are representative of upper–class houses of the Joseon Era. The buildings of the house are built in a rectangular shape, with the courtyard in the center. The compound consists of Soteuldaemun (high-rising gate), Haengrangchae (servants’ quarters located next to the gate), Gotgan (storeroom in which grain and other items were stored), Anchae (room for the female family members) and a pavillion.

    Within the same village as Pyeongsansinssi Pansagongpa Jongtaek are Seobyeok Gotaek and Sanam Gotaek, houses of the Sin clan. The entrance of the village is protected by thick pine groves and the Yonjeconcheon Stream (a tributary of Nakdonggang River), both of which add natural beauty to the deeply historic area.

    Current Status
    Folk Material No. 89 (August 7, 1990)

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