Baek In-je's House, located in Bukchon Hanok Village, is a hanok built during the Japanese administration that showcases modern hanok features. The structure consists of a main room offering a good view of the whole village, spacious bedrooms, a large garden, and annex buildings. As it withholds the beauty of a traditional hanok while incorporating the modern trend of its time, Baek In-je's House is considered to be highly valuable in means of both architecture and history, representing the Bukchon Hanok Village together with Yun Bo-seon's House.

Baek In-je's House was built from black pine, which was first introduced to Seoul during Gyeongseong Expo in 1907, distinguishing itself from other upper-class houses of its time. Unlike other traditional hanok that separate the main building from the other rooms, Baek In-je's House connects the two with a hallway, allowing convenient access between the two structures. The house also consists of a Japanese-style hallway and floor mat rooms, reflecting the interior trends of that period. Baek In-je's House is also unique in that the main room is partially built as a two-story structure, a style that was never seen in any traditional hanok built during the Joseon period.



16, Bukchon-ro 7-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul[Google Map]



Mondays (open when Monday is a public holiday), New Year's Day



Homepage: (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)





Anguk Station (Seoul Subway Line 3), Exit 2.
Walk approx. 9 min.



Additional Info


Admission Fees: 



Korean Info. Service: 



Interpretation Services Offered: 

Reservation & on-site registration available for guided tours
Schedule: 16:00 (Wednesdays - Japanese / Thursdays - Chinese / Fridays - English)

* Elementary students and younger children must be accompanied by an adult.
* Call +82-2-724-0232 for cancelations.
* If the visitors who made resevation are not present at the site, the reservation will be automatically canceled as a no show.


tel: +82-2-724-0200

zipcode: 03055

accomcount: 100 people

infocenter: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-724-0200, 0232

usetime: 09:00-18:00 (Last admission 17:30)
* Outdoor facility accssible during free viewing time
   (Living room, bedroom, and other indoor facilities are prohibited from entering)

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