Hanok Stay

KTO Sydney on 19/11/2014 at 3:50 pm

A house is a valuable heritage that holistically preserves a people’s culture and spirit.

Korea’s traditional house, the hanok, is an abode built on the philosophy of Korean ancestors, who had sought to live in harmony with nature while practicing the virtues of courtesy and filial piety, and cultivating character. Having been constructed with earth, wood, rock and other natural materials, the hanok is an exellent example of a sustainable architecture that benefits both humans and the environment based on Feng Shui. From the moment of its creation to its final days, the hanoks faithfully obey the laws nature.

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