Hanok, Korean Traditional House

Hanok, Korean Traditional House

hanok

hanok

Love Korean tiles.

Love Korean tiles.

Traditional Korea: A Jangseung or village guardian is a Korean totem pole usually made of wood. Jangseungs were traditionally placed at the edges of villages to mark for village boundaries and frighten away demons.

Traditional Korea: A Jangseung or village guardian is a Korean totem pole usually made of wood. Jangseungs were traditionally placed at the edges of villages to mark for village boundaries and frighten away demons.

Huge Korean temple drum used to announce festivals and ceremonies

Huge Korean temple drum used to announce festivals and ceremonies

A Korean swordmaster.

A Korean swordmaster.

hanok, dragon, korean house

hanok, dragon, korean house

Korean Temple bells hung at the corner of each eave--that way an evil spirit trying to get inside by climbing from the roof will be frightened away by the noise.  Really they are just lovely wind chimes

Korean Temple bells hung at the corner of each eave--that way an evil spirit trying to get inside by climbing from the roof will be frightened away by the noise. Really they are just lovely wind chimes

Korean traditional house form in the city

Korean traditional house form in the city

LUXURY_ Hanok traditional and modern in harmony with the five modern landscape became 新年 风景

LUXURY_ Hanok traditional and modern in harmony with the five modern landscape became 新年 风景

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