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  • Address: 476-3, Omi-ri, Toji-myeon, Gurye-gun, Jeollanam-do
  • Tel: +82-19-625-8444
  • Type: Hanok
  • No.of Guestrooms: 6
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Enjoy a special night at this hanok, a designated rural heritage site.

Gokjeonjae Pension, located in Omi-ri, Toji-myeon, was built in 1929. It was originally built by the millionaire Park Seung-rim, but it was taken over in 1940 by Yi Clan, whose descendants live there to this day. It is famous for its wooden architecture, designed in the traditional style of the late Joseon Dynasty. Between the main building and family building is the middle building, and there are rooms that face both the east and west. The family room is built of red clay, and the house is surrounded by both a high wall and a large forest.

Chunhaeru Pavilion, Gongno, the front yard, backyard, the pond and so forth are well-maintained, and there is plenty to see around the area.
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