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  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Seven-Storey Brick Pagoda at the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004660

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004703

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004789

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004820

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004704

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004755

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004655

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004797

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004695

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004588

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004708

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004814

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004592

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004680

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004808

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004701

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004738

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004678

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004698

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004706

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004650

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004661

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004696

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004681

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Seven-Storey Brick Pagoda at the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004830

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Seven-Storey Brick Pagoda at the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004658

  • 2019年12月21日
    Imcheonggak

    ANDONG, SOUTH KOREA, DEC 21: A view of the Seven-Storey Brick Pagoda at the Imcheonggak in Andong, South Korea on December 21, 2019. Located in central Andong, the capital of North Gyeongsang Province of Korea and known as a center of culture and folk traditions, Imcheonggak has been the Goseong Yi family‘s bedrock for at least 500 years. As one of the largest private Hanok (Korean traditional house) in the country, it features 99 rooms, the uppermost limit that was granted to private citizens during the Joseon Dynasty.Photographer : Steve Cho/Penta Press、クレジット:Penta Press/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020063004699

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