This “ㄱ”-shaped hanok (traditional Korean house) building, standing to the right-hand side of the gate, is an old house with a history of more than 120 years that was transplanted to its present site from its original location in Buan’s local Confucian school in Jeollabuk-do. The building to the left across the courtyard is a “ㄷ”-shaped building with a history of about 70 years. The buildings at Ihwa Gotaek stick to the classics of hanok architecture, featuring the trio of open wooden-floor spaces called numaru, toenmaru, and jjongmaru.
There are 8 rooms in total, 1 four-person room with eight maximum occupancy, and 7 two-person rooms with maximum occupancy of four. All rooms have their own attached restrooms. Guests are served with complimentary seasonal refreshments, either a sweet rice punch (sikhye) or shaved ice with sweetened red beans (pat bingsu) made in-house, and for breakfast guests have a wonderful spread that includes bibimbap, rice cake soup, black sesame porridge, and bean-powder-coated rice cake, served in traditional bronze tableware. Guests can also place their reservations for traditional cultural programs like pansori (epic chant), tea ceremony, natural dye, and Korean paper art, and enjoy a discount of 30% in hanbok (traditional Korean clothes) rental.
Comment ça marche?
Nombre de places : 18 persons
Heure d'entrée : 15:00
Heure de départ : 11:00
Chambre meublée : Not available
Nourriture et boissons : N/A
Des places de parking : N/A(Public parking space available)
service de ramassage : Not available
Nombre de chambres : 8
Politique de réservation : Available(+82-43-270-7332, www.ddnayo.com/RsvSys/Calendar.aspx?id_hotel=4471 )
Type de chambre : ※ Room Type - Traditional ondol room
Échelle : 1 above-ground floor (land area 167 m²)
91, Hanji-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do