|Yecheon Samgangjumak (예천 삼강주막)|
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|A place where people can see traditional jumak (small taverns serving food and liquor),
Samgangjumak serves food for people who travel through Samgang Port, offers rooms
for peddlers to stay, and provides poets with a place to sit and get inspirations for their poems.
Built around 1900, this tavern is small but the floor plan is so compact that its historical value in Korean architecture is high. It also reflects the local history and culture of the past.
The tavern closed after the last jumo (female owner of a jumak) Yu Okyeon died in 2006. However, it has been restored and re-opened in 2007 with a new female owner welcoming guests. The total restoration cost amounted to 150 million won (approx. US $140,000).
[Cultural Relics Information]
- Designation: Gyeongsangbuk-do Folk Material No.134
- Registration date: November 20, 2005
- Managed by: Yecheon-gun
- Total scale: 1 building (28.67㎡)
- Classification: Buildings
|[Yecheon Samgangjumak] Gyeongsangbuk-do Folk Material No. 134 (Designated on November 20, 2005)|
From Seoul Express Bus Terminal, take an express bus bound for Jeomchon Intercity Express Bus Terminal
-Take a taxi to the venue. (About 15 km away / Approximate fare: 14,000 won.)
Call the Korea Travel Hotline for assistance with directions.