Tongdosa temple doors, Yangsan City, South Korea

Tongdosa temple doors, Yangsan City, South Korea

Han-Ok. Korean traditional house. I stayed in one of these for a night when I visited Korea last summer. It was so much fun to sleep on the floor - comfier than you think! I like how the rooms are connected only by this outdoor raised hallway.

Han-Ok. Korean traditional house. I stayed in one of these for a night when I visited Korea last summer. It was so much fun to sleep on the floor - comfier than you think! I like how the rooms are connected only by this outdoor raised hallway.

Korean girls playing Nol-Ttwigi (Korean see-saw), old Choson, Korea, 1890's

Korean girls playing Nol-Ttwigi (Korean see-saw), old Choson, Korea, 1890's

South Korea Wood Flag

South Korea Wood Flag

Jangdokdae (Korean: 장독대): A Korean saying states that every house's good taste comes from its Jangdokdae, which is the place where Koreans place the pots used to store fermented food. Jangdokdae is usually in the backyard near the kitchen in a high area with plenty of sunshine and good ventilation.

Jangdokdae (Korean: 장독대): A Korean saying states that every house's good taste comes from its Jangdokdae, which is the place where Koreans place the pots used to store fermented food. Jangdokdae is usually in the backyard near the kitchen in a high area with plenty of sunshine and good ventilation.

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