The oldest house in the whole village. I never thought I would be able to stay overnight at this cultural heritage that was built in 1908. Their gate is always closed and you need to make a reservation if you want to visit. This decision was made by the descendants of Baek Nak-joong, the builder of Hagindang Hanok who was a wealthy landlord during the Joseon Dynasty. The hanok’s atmosphere was serene and I walked in the garden and sat down on the floor without caring about a thing. The beautiful garden was right in front of the door and their food, wind and tea made all the old things feel brand new. In the attic, they keep Lee Mi-ja’s LP together with white porcelain china. They also offer cultural programs guided by direct descendants of Baek Nak-joong.