Presumably, the painter Goo Bon-woong once lived in this old hanok. During remodeling, the general structure of the building was kept intact, but the generous use of metal and glass for the interior add a touch of sophistication. Every room has large, open windows that look out onto the garden, and the maple, ginkgo and cherry trees change their colors every season, making this place that much more attractive. This guesthouse is a modern interpretation of the traditional values of a hanok, including appreciation for the beauty of landscape. Pieces of wooden furniture, designed to fit the structure of the building, are both harmonious and practical in these medium-sized rooms.
|Venue name:||side Hanok guesthouse|