a traditional building which is called 'hanoak' always makes me feel comfortable

a traditional building which is called 'hanoak' in South Korea. One way to distinguish between Japanese / Chinese / Korean traditional architecture is to note that Koreans tend to use neutral colours such as blue or green

Changdeokgung in Seoul - Changdeokgung is the most beautiful of all the royal palaces in Seoul. It's the epitome of Korean traditional architecture balanced with a natural landscape. "Due to its historical and cultural importance, entry to the palace has until recently been through guided tours only. Unguided tours are now permitted one day a week." [Seoul Selection Guides]. To get there: Anguk Station (Subway Line 3, Exit 3). Go straight for 5 minutes.

Changdeokgung in Seoul - Changdeokgung is the most beautiful of all the royal palaces in Seoul. It's the epitome of Korean traditional architecture balanced with a natural landscape.

Neo-Traditional Korean Homes: 6 Modern Updates on the Vernacular Style - Architizer

Neo-Traditional Korean Homes: 6 Modern Updates on the Vernacular Style Lucia's Earth by Studio Gaon, Kongju, South Korea

Modern Hanok, Korean traditional house, living area

People are making modern Hanok. The surface is looks like real Hanok, but this inside is equipped with convenient facilities.

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