experience is held at the traditional home of Su Hyun Baek. This traditional building was built in the 1890s,
and children can learn about the structures of old homes and the lifestyles of
old people here. It is especially
meaningful for children and adults who live in high-rise apartments.
The courtesy training at
the traditional home emphasizes the importance of the traditional courtesy and
customs of Korea.
Traditional Home of Su Hyun Baek
The Traditional Home of Su Hyun Baek, which is
Historical Item No. 128, was built by Queen Myeongseong as a hideout in the
late Joseon Dynasty (1870s). This old
house is surrounded by Maebongjae and its ridges. There is a broad field in front of the house
and everything around the house is surrounded by low hills. Mt.Dorap (Mt.Dorak) is overlooking it all in the background. There is a narrow stream by the
entrance. Korean spindle trees are
planted along the stream to beautify the scenery.