Situated in the historic Bukchon neighborhood in Seoul, Korea, Manaedang takes its name after the respected Buddhist monk, writer and Korean independence movement activist Manae Han Yongwoon, who occupied this house during the Japanese colonial period. Here, Manae founded the Buddhist magazine, “Yusim.” In recognition of this historic fact, the Cultural Heritage Administration of Korea registered this place as a Modern Cultural Heritage Site in 2003. Now, this historic house opens its doors to guests who wish to experience Korean traditional life. In this adorable tiled-roof house and quaint neighborhood lined with traditional Korean houses (Hanok), glimpse the old Korea of the bygone era.
You can book Manhaedang Hanokstay HERE at kozaza