tiffany87
5 years ago1,000+ Views
This Korean traditional Guesthouse was opened in 2004 and registered to Korean cultural heritage list. The rooms are mostly full due to the limited number of rooms, but it provides great traditional experience tours. You can learn to make Korean traditional food such as Kimchi or to make Yedanbo which is something that grooms should prepare for their weddings.
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@betsylubin: i think so.
5 years ago·Reply
@tiffany87: how do you compare this with Lak Go Jae guesthouse? I really liked that one.
5 years ago·Reply
@betsylubin: this one is a traditional Korean style housing, even though it says it's new though.
5 years ago·Reply
@jennylove: don't know which one's better. this one looks great too.
5 years ago·Reply
Looks great! near my hometown, but have't visited this place yet! thinking of visiting here when I come back to my home country. :)
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