Yangchamsadaek (Yangdongho’s former name) or National Cultural Property No. 152 is a traditional hanok accommodation. Dalasil Village, Hwasun, Jeollanam-do, where the house is located, is a town with traditional houses and fields, where interestingly those who have the surname of Jeju Yang live together.
Yangchamsadaek is a typical noble's house in the southern region with the ㄷ-shaped main building and the ㅡ-shaped detached building form the ㅁ shale. It is expected that the main building was built in the 18th century and the detached building at the end of 19th century. In 2013, the current owner has taken over the antique house and started running a hanok stay, and his daughter, Jo A-ae, a curator and culture planner, added modern touches to turn it into a culture complex, Hanok 152. The wide lawn is sometimes rented for music performance, traditional wedding, or outdoor wedding, and other times it serves as a venue of one-day classes for hanbok experience, Korean food experience, etc.
As for rooms, there are four options: big room and small room in Anchae (main building), and Daecheong room and bed room in Sarangchae (detached building). The rooms are decorated with traditional cabinets and folding screens with embroidery, displaying the beauty of an antique house. The main floor, which is much bigger than that of other houses, has been renovated by the owner. The main floor in the main building, with a comfortable sofa and a rug, is modern and luxurious, whereas the main floor in the detached building is cozy with a floor table and Korean cushions. Toiletries are not available in the bathroom but provided upon request to the information desk. Space rental is also available. Various events such as traditional wedding, small wedding, first birthday celebration, 70th birthday celebration, small workshop, or one-day class can be held here. Moreover, traditional hanbok experience is always available at 15,000 won per person. Korean food experience is notified on Instagram and requires reservation. As the cost varies depending on the number of participants and the date, make sure to inquire over the phone.
Also located in the village are Hanjae House (National Cultural Property No. 154) and World Heritage Hwasun Dolmen Site. Note that the Unjusa Temple, famous for the Cheonbulcheontap Pagoda, is a 15-minute drive away.
Son Yeong-ja +82-10-9646-5087
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Nombre de places : 20 persons
Heure d'entrée : 15:00
Heure de départ : 11:00
Chambre meublée : N/A (Use share kitchen)
Nourriture et boissons : N/A
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Des places de parking : Aavailable (20 cars)
service de ramassage : Available (Pick-up at the Gwangju University / Reservation needed)
Nombre de chambres : 4
Politique de réservation : Available (+82-10-9646-5087 / +82-10-4200-6789)
Type de chambre : *Anchae Anbang (Big Room) / Sarangchae Daecheong Room / Sarangchae Bed Room / Anchae Small Room
Échelle : Three one-story buildings. Ground size: 1,897m²
Equipements (Autre) : *Seminar room, BBQ, bike rental
*Shared bathroom (hair dryer available), shared kitchen (a sink, a table, a refrigerator, a rice cooker, an induction, tableware, kitchenware, etc.)
24, Darasil-gil, Hwasun-gun, Jeollanam-do