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Come with us as we take a walk through the Korean Furniture Museum in Seoul! This Museum is housed in traditional style Korean houses (known as "Hanok" 한옥). It's a must-visit destination if .
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Korean traditional house in Hanok conservation area in Seoul. This hanok had been built in 1934 and fully renovated in 2012. You can rent entire my house without interference from any other people. Airbnb Co-founder visited Seoul on Jan 2013 and stayed at my home.
Here are 12 of the cutest cafes that you absolutely need to see if you’re in Paris, whether you’re looking for the best hot chocolate, the most Instagrammable Parisian cafe, or you want a place rich with history. I’d love to hear what other Parisian cafes you enjoy - let me know in the comments! xx, Heather
Traditional Korean house is called Hanok(한옥). Not only Hanok itself is very beautiful and artistic, but living in Hanok means a lot of things. First, you can be one with nature. Hanok doesn't .
Themed cafes are pretty commonplace these days, but the ones in Seoul take it to a whole new level. From lively character-themed cafes to whimsical fairytale-looking cafes, you’re basically spoilt for choice! Here the 15 themed cafes that you should totally check out if you’re travelling in Korea! 1. Thanks Nature Cafe | Hongdae
Namsangol Hanok Village, also known as "A Village of Traditional Houses in the Namsan Valley", is a Korean village located in the area of Pil-dong neighborhood in Jung-gu, a central district of Seoul, South Korea where hanok or Korean traditional houses have been restored to preserve the original atmosphere of the area.
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