Gyeongbokgung Palace, Seoul, Korea

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6. Traditional Hanok House_ Chogajip straw-roofed house Korea’s traditional Hanok housing emphasizes harmony with nature. Hanok buildings were built of natural materials, such as wood, soil, and stone, with careful consideration not to damage the surrounding natural landscape. The interior, including walls, floors, and windows, was finished with Korean traditional paper called Hanji. Chogajip or straw-roofed houses were inhabited by commoners.

5. Traditional Hanok House_ Giwajip tile roofed house Hanok is Korea’s traditional type of housing. Korea has four distinct seasons with a relatively long summer and winter. Reflecting such climatic characteristics, Hanok is furnished with a wood floor and an underfloor heating system, called Ondol. Among Hanok, Giwajip or tile-roofed houses were inhabited by the nobility. The space was clearly divided into separate quarters by one’s hereditary status, gender, and age.

plan of general korean traditional hanok.

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Happy Roof Tiles are Happy - Smiling roof tiles of Hwaeomsa Temple in South Korea.

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