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Address
10, Toegye-ro 36-gil, Jung-gu, Seoul (Pildong 2-ga)
서울특별시 중구 퇴계로36길 10 (필동2가)
Inquiries
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-2266-9101~3
Operating Hours
Performance Session 1: 18:30-19:30
Performance Session 2: 20:30-21:30
Closed
The Day of Seollal (Lunar New Year's Day) & Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day), Third Monday of every month
VisitKorea does not guarantee the quality of products or services introduced on its site and is not responsible for any direct or indirect losses resulting from use of said products or services.
Introduction
The Korea House was opened in 1981. It is a traditional Korean building that introduces the culture and lifestyle of Koreans, where you can experience traditional architecture and a classical atmosphere. The building was built in the style of the Joseon Dynasty's Jagyeong-jeon building at the Gyeongbok Palace. It is the only building built in the traditional architectural style. You will feel its antiquity as you enter the building.

It is divided into the Haerin-gwan (a space for people to get acquainted with each other), the Traditional Theater, and three annex buildings (Munhyang-ru, Nokeum-jeong and Cheongwu-jeong). At Haerin-gwan, you can enjoy traditional music at Garak-dang and try traditional food at Sohwa-dang. In the square of Garak-dang you can view a traditional wedding (on the weekends) or people playing folk games. Also, at the Traditional Theater, about 156 seats are available, and in the afternoons Human Cultural Assets or members of the National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts and the National Corps members present traditional music and dances. Sinayui, Salpuri, Pansori, the Drum Dance and the Bongsan Mask Dance are the most popular programs for foreigners. The programs are all explained in English and Japanese.

In the Cultural Gift Shop you can view various crafts made by traditional craftsmen. It is always open and the crafts are for sale as well. There are pottery, ceramics, golden crafts, knots and embroidery etc; approximately 500 pieces of artwork made by craftsmen from 20 different fields. Next to the House of Korea is the Namsan-gol Hanok Village where visitors can explore traditional houses.
Structure Size
Site area: 7,153㎡
Building area: 2,909㎡
Maximum Occupancy
Traditional Theater: 156 seats
Main Facilities
Traditional Theater, Traditional Culture Experience Hall (Chweiseongwan), Traditional wedding ceremony hall, Royal cuisine restaurant, Traditional goods shop
Admission / Participation Fees
50,000 won
Pets
Not permitted
Baby Stroller Rentals
Not available
Credit Cards Accepted
Accepted
Parking Facilities
90 parking spaces
Foreign Language Intepretation Services
* Available languages: English, Japanese
* Leaflets in English, Japanese and Chinese available
Reservations
Tel: +82-2-2266-9101~3
General Overview
Chwiseongwan Hall, Folk Theater, Haeringwan Hall, Madang
* Inquiry: +82-2-2266-0101
Directions
[Subway]
Chungmuro Station (Seoul Subway Line 3 or 4), Exit 3.

[Bus]
Blue: 104, 105, 263, 371, 500, 507, 604, 700
Green: 0013, 0211
- Get off at Toegyero3-ga (Hanok Village, The Korea House).
Homepage
www.koreahouse.or.kr
(Korean, English, Chinese, Japanese)



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