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  • KOREA HOUSE Jangdokdae

    The jangdokdae of KOREA HOUSE preserves various traditional condiments (doenjang paste, ssamjang paste, etc) and the eoyookjang paste, which is made once a year. The pastes are fermented in nature so as to deepen the flavor with the passing of each season. These condiments are used to prepare the traditional cuisine dishes presented by KOREA HOUSE.

  • Cheongwoojeong, outdoor space

    Cheongwoojeong is an octagonal pavilion named after a particular image: a pavilion of complete silence and peace where all noises are blocked out and only the raindrops from the garden chime in the air
    This pavilion is the optimal space for special guests or tight-knit family gatherings.
    The space fits roughly 12 people.

  • Cheongwoojeong – exterior view

    Cheongwoojeong is an octagonal pavilion named after a particular image: a pavilion of complete silence and peace where all noises are blocked out and only the raindrops from the garden chime in the air
    This pavilion is the optimal space for special guests or tight-knit family gatherings.
    The space fits roughly 12 people.

  • Joongjeong Garden

    This space is for traditional banquet and traditional wedding ceremony.

  • Sohwadang (tower)

    Sohwadang (tower)

  • Sohwadang -outdoor space

    Sohwadang -outdoor space

  • Sohwadang – exterior view

    Sohwadang – exterior view

  • Bongnae Suite

    Bongnae Suite

  • Byeokdeung (Haerin Hall)

    Byeokdeung (Haerin Hall)

  • Bangjang Suite

    Bangjang Suite is located at one end of Garakdang. It is an optimal space for small gatherings.
    The room is medium-sized and fits up to 24 people.

  • Munhangru - large room

    Munhangru stands for “a tower of aroma,” and is intended to be a space where you can breathe in the natural scent of nature.
    The suite consists of a large room (for 8 people) and a small room (for 2~4 people), separated by a living room. The site was the former residence of Pak Paengnyeon and thus believed to be an auspicious site. It is thus often used as pyebaek room for traditional weddings.

  • Munhangru - small room

    Munhangru stands for “a tower of aroma,” and is intended to be a space where you can breathe in the natural scent of nature.
    The suite consists of a large room (for 8 people) and a small room (for 2~4 people), separated by a living room. The site was the former residence of Pak Paengnyeon and thus believed to be an auspicious site. It is thus often used as pyebaek room for traditional weddings.

  • Munhangru– exterior view

    Munhangru stands for “a tower of aroma,” and is intended to be a space where you can breathe in the natural scent of nature.
    The suite consists of a large room (for 8 people) and a small room (for 2~4 people), separated by a living room. The site was the former residence of Pak Paengnyeon and thus believed to be an auspicious site. It is thus often used as pyebaek room for traditional weddings.

  • Nokeumjeong – large room

    Nokeumjeong is named after the Korean saying “nokeumbangcho,” which stands for a beautiful scenery of deep forests. A pavilion befitting for poetry readings, Nokeumjeong has a wooden porch that accentuates the ambiance of Korean hanok architecture. The space is optimal for 10~12 people.