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Hanok Stay Program

Visitors seeking a traditional housing and hospitality should try spending a night or more at a Korean traditional house called a ‘hanok.’ Referred to as living museums, hanoks contain in their layout and structure the history of ancient Korean architecture and society. A typical hanok is characterized by wooden pillars, mud walls, a daecheongmaru (wooden floor/porch) for temperature control during different seasons, and a courtyard or a garden.

Hanoks today are preserved in hanok villages, with the famous ones found in Andong and Jeonju. Combining the elegance of Korea’s past with modern amenities, many hanoks provide accommodation while offering cultural immersion programs for an enhanced Korean traditional living experience. Some of the hanoks have been transformed into teahouses that host dado (Korean tea ceremony) or ceramics programs.

We invite you to take a break from modern accommodation and experience the traditional housing and lifestyle at a hanok in some of the most famous hanok villages or hanokmaeul.

Jirye Art Village
Yangsajae
Jeonju Hanok Village
Rakkojae
Bukchon Hanok Village


Hanok Stay Program
 

Location

Name

Room rate

Inquiries

Note

Andong in Gyeongsangbuk
-do

Jeonnam-gotaek 50,000won-
200,000won
+82-54-852-8550 (Korean) * Korean traditional tea served
* Ceramics program
Jirye Art Village 50,000won-
150,000won
+82-54-852-1914 (Korean, English, Japanese) * Shared bathroom
* Hanjeongsik (Korean traditional meal) 7,000 won

Jeonju
in Jeollabuk
-do

Yangsajae 50,000won-
100,000won
+82-63-282-4959 (Korean, English, Japanese) * Breakfast included
Jeonju Hanok Village 60,000won-
150,000won
+82-63-232-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese) * Breakfast included
* Various hands-on programs offered at each of the 18 hanoks in Jeonju (e.g. gayageum performance, hanbok etiquette lessons)

Jongno
in Seoul

Rakkojae Guest House 275,000won~
605,000won
+82-2-742-3410 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese) * Sauna, breakfast & dinner included
* Make a reservation a week in advance
Bukchon Hanok Village 40,000won~
100,000won
+82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese) * Different guest houses available
* Free traditional tea
 

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