This Korean Architecture photo pack is divided into four subfolders.
Architecture from the 70s.
This street has been rebuilt to display a typical South-Korean city in the 70s. You will find inspiration to recreate shops & restaurants from that time.
You will find images about medieval Korean houses called Hanok in the countryside (indoors, outdoors).
Baek In-Je House
This house is a glamorous mansion with an unforgiving past. Built in 1913, the house was constructed by a pro-Japanese business tycoon with the intention of utilizing the mansion for political purposes. Japanese housing elements such as Tanami rooms, a middle corridor, and black pine can be found, all used as a method of proving his allegiance to Japan.
Located in Seoul, the Namsan Hanok Village is composed of five hanok houses. A Hanok is a traditional South-Korean house and these were remodeled from the Joseon Dynasty and over a range of social classes, from peasants to aristocrats. The furniture in the houses is arranged to help guests understand the daily lives of the past, and the clean, traditional houses, as well as their antique items.
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