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Haemul Mongttang Kalguksu (해물몽땅칼국수)

Haemul Mongttang Kalguksu (해물몽땅칼국수)

2.0 Km    42     2021-03-24

287, Gwangwangdanji-ro, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-821-9290

It is a place where you can eat Kalguksu (chopped noodle soup) made with abundant seafood. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do. The most famous menu is noodle soup with clams.

Donkkaseu Wa (돈까스와)

Donkkaseu Wa (돈까스와)

2.0 Km    138     2021-06-25

287, Gwangwangdanji-ro, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-841-9290

This house offers homemade pork cutlet made from odor-free raw materials/refrigerated pork loin and formed into patties. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do. The most famous menu is pork cutlet.

Wanggojib Mauntang (왕고집매운탕)

Wanggojib Mauntang (왕고집매운탕)

2.0 Km    50     2021-03-24

13, Jeongeori, 3-gil, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-822-6950

It is a place where you can eat various fish dishes. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do. The most famous menu is spicy fish stew.

Traditional Resort Gurume [Korea Quality] / 구름에 [한국관광 품질인증]

Traditional Resort Gurume [Korea Quality] / 구름에 [한국관광 품질인증]

2.1 Km    372     2021-04-01

190, Minsokchon-gil, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-823-9001

Gurume Resort is where early traditional Korean guesthouses are located. The traditional Korean houses were relocated to this place after a flood. The resort consists of seven traditional Korean houses named "Baksanjeong,” "Cheongongjeong,” "Gamdongjaesa,” "Palhoedangjaesa,” "Gyenam Old House,” "Seounjeong,” and "Chilgok Old House." Built in the 17th century, "Baksanjeong" is the oldest house there, and it has one guestroom. “Cheongongjeong,” “Gamdongjaesa,” and “Palhoejaesa” were built in the 18th century, whereas "Seounjeong,” "Gyenam Old House,” and "Chilgok Old House" were built in the 19th century. For this reason, the traditional Korean houses look slightly different from each other with one thing in common: they were all renovated and equipped with comfortable modern facilities while preserving most of the features of a traditional Korean house. All the guestrooms are furnished with bathroom with shower and air conditioning system. A hi-tech security system is also installed to ensure the safety of the guests. In addition to Gurume Resort, Happy Traditional Village also has a book café housed in a traditional Korean house as well as dining restaurant, experience rooms, and plaza, allowing the visitors to lodge and engage in a wide range of activities. There is a special package for staying at an old traditional Korean house and using the auxiliary facilities. For more information on various events and news, please visit the Happy Traditional Village website.

Pagode de briques à sept étages Shinsedong (안동 법흥사지 칠층전탑)

Pagode de briques à sept étages Shinsedong (안동 법흥사지 칠층전탑)

2.2 Km    2358     2021-07-13

8-1, Beopheung-dong, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-840-5225

Déclarée trésor national n° 16, cette pagode est la construction en briques la plus grande et la plus ancienne de toute la Corée du sud. Elle mesure 16,8 mètres de haut et 7,75 mètres de large.


Etant donné que le village où elle se trouve s’appelle Beopheung-ri, on suppose qu’elle faisait partie du temple Beopheung qui a été construit au huitième siècle durant l’ère de Tongil Shilla. Mais à part cette pagode, il ne reste aucun monument. A l’endroit de ce temple se trouve actuellement la maison principale de la famille Lee de Goseong, branche Tapdong.


La partie supérieure de la pagode a disparu, mais sur la partie inférieure ont été gravées de belles représentations de dieux tutélaires du bouddhisme. Il reste des traces de joints de tuiles sur la partie supérieure du toit de chaque étage. Selon « Yeonggaji », (livre historique sur la région Andong achevé en 1608), les modifications y ont été effectuées en 1847 et il restait trois bâtiments à l’époque.


Cette pagode se situe près de la maison principale de la famille Lee de Goseong, branche Tapdong et du pavillon Andong Imcheonggak. Il vous est donc conseillé de visiter ces trois monuments ensemble.


Si vous prenez le bus ou le taxi, descendez devant le passage souterrain Beopheung et empruntez-le. Vous verrez la pagode sur votre gauche. La maison de la famille Lee de Goseong se trouve juste devant cette pagode. Puis, en vous mettant face à la maison, prenez le chemin à gauche et marchez 3 minutes. Vous serez devant le pavillon.

Maison principale de la famille Lee de Goseong, branche Tapdong (법흥동 고성이씨탑동파종택)

Maison principale de la famille Lee de Goseong, branche Tapdong (법흥동 고성이씨탑동파종택)

2.2 Km    3059     2021-04-09

9-2, Beopheung-dong, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-840-5225

Construite en 1695 pour la famille Lee de Goseong, branche Tapdong, cette maison est toujours habitée par les aînés de cette famille. Elle est caractéristique d’une maison de yangban, noble de la dynastie Joseon.

Plusieurs bâtiments ont été ensuite construits et agrandis. Parmi eux, le pavillon Bukjeong a été élevé en 1775. On dit que Beopheungsa, vieux temple de l’ère Shilla se trouvait à cet endroit. La pagode à sept étages Shinsedong élevée devant la maison est son vestige.

Imcheonggak à Andong (안동 임청각)

Imcheonggak à Andong (안동 임청각)

2.3 Km    2157     2021-12-22

63, Imcheonggak-gil, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-859-0025

Ce pavillon est annexé à une maison construite au milieu de la dynastie Joseon (1392~1910) par un Yangban (noble de cette dynastie) appréciant beaucoup le paysage de cet endroit. Le bâtiment le plus connu de la maison est le pavillon Kunjajeong. Ayant échappé aux flammes lors des deux invasions japonaises qui ont eu lieu entre 1592 et 1598, ce pavillon a été déclaré par l’Etat coréen trésor nº 182 en 1963.

La plaque placée sous le toit et au-dessus de la porte a été écrite par Lee Hwang (1501~1570), un des grands savants confucianistes coréens.

MONTRER CHEF (몽뜨레셰프)

MONTRER CHEF (몽뜨레셰프)

2.3 Km    60     2021-03-30

346-124, Gwangwangdanji-ro, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-813-5454

It is a great place with an outdoor terrace for family gatherings. This family restaurant is located in Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do. The most famous menu is pork shoulder steak.

Imyeonjae Head House [Korea Quality] / 흥해배씨 임연재종택 [한국관광 품질인증]

Imyeonjae Head House [Korea Quality] / 흥해배씨 임연재종택 [한국관광 품질인증]

2.3 Km    219     2020-09-03

51, Hyanggyo 1-gil, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-10-9077-7216

The Lim Yeon-Jae Head House of Heunghae Bae's Clan was built by Bae Cheon-Seok (1511~1573), Vice Minister of War, in 1558 in Domok-ri, Wolgok-myeon, Andong but was moved to its current location in Songcheon-dong, Andong in 1973 due to the construction of Andong Dam. The house has inherited the tradition of Baekjukdang Bae Sang-Ji (1351~1413) who refused to serve two kings out of loyalty to the Goryeo Dynasty. Bae Sang-Ji is the first ancestor of Heunghae Bae's Clan who settled in Andong. The Lim Yeon-Jae Head House was designated for the permanent worship of the spirit of Governor Bae Sam-Ik (1534~1588, pen name: Lim Yeon-Jae, nickname: Yeowoo) who was the son of Bae Cheon-Seok and a student of Toegye Yi Hwang and who served as the Governor of Hwanghae-do after passing the civil service examination. The house was nicknamed Geumyeokdang after the pen name of Bae Yong-Gil (1556~1609, nickname: Myeongseo), who was a son of Lim Yeon-Jae and who served as secretary of Chungcheong-do Province after passing the civil service examination and fought as a member of the army for the cause of justice during Japan’s invasion of Korea in 1592. With the antique charm of a traditional Korean house, the Lim Yeon-Jae Head House boasts of beautiful walls, stairs, eaves, etc. The windows and doors of the house decorated in the construction style of the early Joseon Dynasty are especially beautiful. In the head house is the time-honored space used as a study since the establishment of the house, which has been opened recently as a little library to accommodate the neighbors who love reading by inheriting the tradition of the house with a collection of many books and opening a bookstore. The little library of Baekjuk Historic House is furnished with more than 5,000 books in different genres including novel, humanities, history, cartoons, and books for infants. You can enjoy time travel to the past through the experience of the old house and by reading books in the library. An air-conditioning/heating system has been installed in every room, with communal bathrooms equipped with the latest facilities positioned here and there in the house for the convenience of visitors.

Georangae  Maeuntang (거랑애매운탕)

Georangae Maeuntang (거랑애매운탕)

2.4 Km    65     2021-03-26

763-1, Gyeongdong-ro, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-54-841-6768

This is where you can enjoy spicy stew with vegetables and seasoning. This Korean dishes restaurant is located in Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do. The representative menu is spicy freshwater fish stew.