Jisan Historic House (지산고택)

  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)
  • Jisan Historic House  (지산고택)

Description

Located in Andong Hahoe Village, Jisan Historic House was designated as Folklore Material No. 140 of Gyeongsangbuk-do in 2010 in recognition of its value as a cultural heritage with more than 150 years of history. The hanok, which is situated in a large grassy yard and exudes an aura of antiquity, is visited by many people who come to enjoy its tranquility and its various experience programs. The house was presented by King Heonjong of Joseon in 1841 to Jisan Ryu Jiyeong (1828-1896), who served as a Useungji (accounting official) of the Seungjeongwon (Royal Secretariat), as Daesagan (chief censor) of the Saganwon (Office of Censors), and as Andongbusa (Local Administrator of Andong). Jisan, who was known for his integrity, diligence, and heaven-ordained being, named the house "Jonyangdang". In 2009, the house, in its capacity as a local museum, entrusted 2,950 artifacts collected by many generations of the family to the Korean Studies Advancement Center. Upon entering the house, the visitor will see a yard surrounded by a low fence. The flower beds contain many garden balsams, peonies, and common cosmoses among other flowers, and there is a special place on one side called a jangdokdae where many crocks are placed. And when you go over to the sarangbang right over the yard, you can see the figure of "ㅁ" made by "ㄷ"-shaped main wing (Momchae) and "ㅡ"-shaped minor wing (Araetchae). Usually, the sarangbang is situated opposite the anbang, but Jisan attached the rooms to practice his conviction of not enlarging the house. However, as men and women were strictly segregated, Jisan built the anbang as an internal structure that could not be seen from the sarangbang. He also built a relatively small gate and shrine. The house has four guestrooms – the anbang, sangbang, and sarangbang, which are clustered together but remain independent spaces, and the chogabang, which is the smallest of the four and is separate from the other rooms. Each room has a daecheongmaru (wooden floor) that is spacious enough to enjoy a drink of tea with one’s family, and a toenmaru (narrow wooden veranda running along the outside of the building) with an open view of the outside. As the stone wall and gates are low, guests can enjoy a panoramic view of the mountain and the tiled-roof houses of the village.


Contactez-nous

Ryu Dong-hyeon +82-54-853-9288, +82-10-2111-9289


Page d'accueil

http://www.지산고택.kr, https://jisangotaek.modoo.at


Comment ça marche?

Nombre de places : 12 persons

Heure d'entrée : 15:00

Heure de départ : 11:00

Chambre meublée : N/A

Nourriture et boissons : None

Demandes de renseignements et d'information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-54-853-9288, +82-10-2111-9289

Des places de parking : Yes

service de ramassage : N/A

Nombre de chambres : 4

Politique de réservation : Available (+82-54-853-9288, +82-10-2111-9289)

Page d'accueil de réservation : None

Type de chambre : ※ Traditional ondol room : Anbang / Chogabang / Sangbang / Sarangbang

Échelle : 1 floor




Position

35-14, Hahoe-ri, Pungcheon-myeon, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do