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A night in a traditional Hanok home, full of warmth, hospitality

www.Korea.net wrote an article about Korean Hanok Tteulanchae.


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Amid the forest of high rises in downtown Seoul, there is a chic quarter of traditional Hanok houses, creating a stark contrast between tradition and modernity. 

It’s the Bukchon Hanok Village, located in Jongno-gu. Travelers who hit the neighborhood as part of their itinerary can do more than simply appreciate the iconic traditional structures. They can also stay at one of those Hanok homes to find out what living in such an old-fashioned residence is all about. 

Lodging at a Hanok allows you to take a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life and it is a quiet place to heal the wounds of both the mind and the spirit. Guests are welcomed by a hospitable host and huddle together with other travelers to share their own life stories. 


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(The source of the news: KOREA.NET)


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