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|Suyeonsanbang, a traditional Korean tea house located in Seongbuk-dong, was originally the house where the late Korean author Lee Tae-Jun wrote many of his books. Now, his estate has opened Suyeonsanbang’s doors to the public in the form of a charming and peaceful tea house. Famous for its savory tea, beautiful nature, and rich history, Suyeonsanbang has been covered by a variety of foreign media outlets like NHK (Japan), BBC (UK), French TV channels, and numerous Japanese magazines. To take a break during the summer heat, visitors come to Suyeonsanbang to try their patbingsu (shaved ice with red beans), one of its summer specialties. So come relax and be inspired in this traditional Hanok tea house.|
|Seollal (Lunar New Year's Day) & Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day) Holidays|
Some menu items may differ slightly in price and are subject to change without notice.Daechu Cha (jujube tea)
Omija Cha (Maximowiczia Typica tea)
Danhobak Bingsu (shaved ice with sweet pumpkin)
Blueberry Makgeolli (thick rice liquor with blueberry)
* Menu are subject to change, refer to restaurant for more details.
|Recommended Menu for Foreigners|
|* Naengnokcha (cold green tea)
* Ssukmal Cha (mugwort tea)
* Omija Cha (Maximowiczia Typica tea)
* Saenggang Cha (ginger tea)
|Maximum Seating Capacity|
|Spring-Fall: 19 tables / Winter: 12 tables|
|4 parking spaces|
|Assistance for Foreigners|
|Smoking / Non-Smoking|
Hansung Univ. Station (Seoul Subway Line 4), Exit 6.
Take Bus 03, 1111 or 2112.
Get off at Dongbang Graduate University (동방대학원대학교).
Suyeonsanbang is about 130m away from the bus stop.
(Located next to Seongbuk Museum of Art (성북구립미술관))