|Hanok Homestay Information Center (한옥체험살이 안내센터)|
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|Hanok Homestay Information Center was opened in the famous Bukchon Hanok Village by the Jongno-gu District Office to promote 'hanok tourism' in Seoul. The Center is divided into three sections: Information, Exhibition & Experience, and Daecheong (main living hall). In addition to providing general information on hanok (Korean-style house), the Center offers hanok homestay reservation services, interpretation services, and traditional cultural programs like trying on hanbok (traditional clothing) or ancient royal clothing. The Daecheong, the main wood-floored living hall, provides a resting place for all visitors.|
|Trying on hanbok (traditional clothing) and ancient royal clothing|
|Exhibition Hall Information|
|Information section, Exhibition & Experience section, Daecheong (main living hall)|
|Anguk Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 2.
Go 150m forward, and turn right after passing the Samyang Corporation building.
Go 150m forward to arrive at Hanok Homestay Information Center.
|homestay.jongno.go.kr (Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)|