NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]

  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]
  • NocWoonJae [Korea Quality] / 녹운재 [한국관광 품질인증]

Description

'As a traditional Korean house with floor area of 99m², Nocwoonjae has been in business since 2014 in Oseong Hanok Village, Wanju-gun, Jeollabuk-do. The name 'Nocwoonjae' means 'a house with a green cloud hanging over it' in Korean. It was named as such because of the green broad-leaved and coniferous trees along the foot of the mountain in the vicinity of the guesthouse. The entrance way is lined with flowers and trees, leading to two Korean houses connected by an open hallway. The guesthouse is owned by two sisters who built this place after staying at many of the popular 'hanok (traditional Korean house)' guesthouses in other parts of the country. It was a dream come true for them, so they did everything in their power to make their place perfect by choosing the building materials themselves, even the tiles. Because the exterior walls are made of red clay and tiles, it's cool in summer and warm in winter. There is also a large wooden floor hall where guests can enjoy the nature. The rooms are decorated with embroidered cotton sheets and antique furniture. Both of the sisters are amateur oriental painters specializing in painting the 'Four Gracious Plants (Plum, Orchid, Chrysanthemum, and Bamboo)', so they even made the lamps with traditional Korean paper with their paintings on them. Indeed, they did everything they could to make this place as pretty as possible. The two traditional Korean houses named Naunchae and Unachae are built on a natural slope without harming the nature. The two houses are connected by a hallway with windows, so guests can sit on the staircase to enjoy the view outside. The 'Naunchae,' which means 'silky cloud' in Korean, consists of a room, an attic, a kitchen, a hall, and a bathroom. From the attic, you can have a great view of the trees and pine grove through the window. Right behind the house are the strawberry garden and stone walls for the guests to relax. The walls and floor of the room are made of red clay and natural wood with a pleasant natural aroma, which is good for the mind and body. The kitchen walls are made of colorful tiles and wood, with a large window right next to it offering a great view of the pine grove. In the main hall, guests can throw open the large window and lay on the wooden floor to look at the nature and enjoy the breeze. The 'Unachae,' which means 'beautiful cloud' in Korean, consists of tea room, guestroom, kitchen, hall, and bathroom. It's very similar to the 'Naunchae,' except for the long window next to the kitchen and a table underneath it. The guesthouse sometimes offers special discounts, so be sure to ask about them when booking a room. There are different types of flowers in the front yard, including cosmos, rose moss, and cockscomb. The sisters also grow corn, sorghum, strawberries, persimmon, jujube, and plum trees there. In the harvest season, guests can pick and try the fruits and vegetables. The sisters also offer a number of experience programs, such as Oriental painting class where you can grind the ink stick and paint the Four Gracious Plants on traditional Korean paper and tea class where you can try the tea made of the persimmon leaves and flowers grown by the owners. Breakfast includes toast, jam, and milk. There is a kitchen, so you can cook whatever you want. Popular tourist destinations in the vicinity of the guesthouse include Songgwangsa Temple and Wibongsa Temple as well as the 60m-high Wibong Falls, one of the Eight Views of Wansan Mountain. Jeonju Hanok Village is a 20-minute ride from the guesthouse.


Contactez-nous

Jeong Yeong-ran +82-10-4450-6565


Page d'accueil


http://nocwoonjae.co.kr


Comment ça marche?

Nombre de places : 12 persons

Heure d'entrée : 14:00

Heure de départ : 11:00

Chambre meublée : N/A (Allowed only with prior consent.)

Nourriture et boissons : None

Demandes de renseignements et d'information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-10-4450-6565

Des places de parking : Yes

service de ramassage : Available (Advance reservation required)

Nombre de chambres : 2

Politique de réservation : Available (+82-10-4450-6565, http://nocwoonjae.alltheway.kr)

Page d'accueil de réservation :
http://nocwoonjae.co.kr

Type de chambre : ※ Room Type - Traditional ondol room (Floor-heated)

Échelle : Lot area of 1157㎡ and floor area of 99㎡.




Position

472-18, Songgwangsuman-ro Soyang-myeon, Wanju-gun, Jeollabuk-do