|Seobyeok House (서벽고택)|
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|Located in Jungpyeong-dong at the family village of the Pyeongsan Shin clan, the Seobyeok House was originally created when Hanchang Shin, a scholar from late Joseon Dynasty, got married and moved out of his parents’ house. The house was expanded by Chigu Shin in 1739 (15th year of the reign of King Yeongjo). The house and is built in a rectangular shape with 6 rooms in the front, 4 rooms on the sides and a courtyard in the middle. This style was a popular housing structure among the upper-class in the late Joseon Dynasty. The house was designated Folk Cultural Asset No. 101 of Gyeongsangbuk-do on November 30th, 1993.|
|The Gyeongsangbuk-do Folk Cultural Asset No.101
(Designated day : November 30, 1993)
|From Dong Seoul Bus Terminal(동서울버스터미널), take an express bus bound for Cheongsong Terminal.
(Bus schedule: 6:30/8:40/10:20/12:00/15:10/16:40)
From Cheongsong Terminal, take a local bus bound for Byeongbu (병부) and get off at Jungpyeong (중평) Community Hall.