From Alaska’s igloos to Mongolia’s yurts, every country has its own traditional house. In Korea, the traditional house is called a “Hanok” and in general, Hanok refers to houses from the Joseon Period. In these Korean traditional houses, the passage of the wind and the position of the water, mountains and plains, the paths and directions are all filled with nature, and moreover, wisdom in how to live. Recently, the craze for healthy and sound life and interest in Hanok have both increased along with the number of places offering a Hanok lodging experience. Each night at a Hanok, there is a new chance to experience Korean culture and living.