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  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710638

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710658

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710776

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710661

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021708639

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea, March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Ou...

    商品コード: 2021021708563

  • 2020年02月27日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021708611

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710671

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021708641

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021708673

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021708604

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710654

  • 2020年07月04日
    Bukjeong Village in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA, MAR 9: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)A handout photo made available by the Seoul Metropolitan Government shows Bukjeong Village in Seongbuk-dong, a 10-minute drive away from the bustling Daehak-ro in Seoul, South Korea March 9, 2020. The village is home to low-rise houses on gentle hills and a quaint village landscape. In the Joseon period, the village was crowded with people who offered Meju (fermented soybeans) to the court. Thus, the town was named “Bukjeong,“ which originated from the Korean word, “Bukjeok,“ which means “crowded.“ The place is also called a living history museum, as here, visitors can find Simujang House (house of Han Yong-un), an octagonal pavilion, and Hanyangdoseong, the Seoul City Wall. You can feel the old Seoul ambiance while walking down the narrow and meandering alleys through the huddled houses in Bukjeong Village designated as Seoul Future Heritage.(Hand Out...

    商品コード: 2021021710648

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104219

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104243

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104226

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104275

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104266

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104221

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104231

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104222

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104244

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104272

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104220

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104225

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104228

  • 2020年09月13日
    Ikseon-dong in Seoul

    SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA SEP 13: (No charge for the supply, release, or publication of the photograph. The photos are allowed to use for editorial and commercial.)Ikseon-dong, one of the hot places for tourists, is pictured in Seoul, South Korea, on September 13, 2020.Ikseon-dong is the oldest Hanok village in Seoul. It was created by Jeong Segwon, considered to be one of the first modern real estate developers in Korea, to establish a community of Hanok architecture for the general public. Alleys in Ikseon-dong are lined with century-old Hanok structures, manifesting Korean architecture‘s authentic feel and history. As the saying goes, “Don‘t judge a book by its cover“—while the Hanok buildings‘ exterior may look ordinarily traditional, their interior is modern and unique in their way. Visitors of all age groups are sure to enjoy their Hanok experience, sparking newfangled interest to teens and young adults as well as nostalgia to middle-aged and senior citizens. Newtro (new + retro) is sweeping across Korea. I...

    商品コード: 2020121104246

  • 2021年09月20日
    SOUTH KOREA-JEONJU-CHUSEOK-TOURISM

    (210920) -- JEONJU, Sept. 20, 2021 (Xinhua) -- A child wearing Hanbok, the traditional Korean clothing, plays on a swing near a Hanok village during the traditional Chuseok holiday in Jeonju, South Korea, Sept. 20, 2021. (Photo by Seo Yu-seok/Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092302141

  • 2021年09月20日
    SOUTH KOREA-JEONJU-CHUSEOK-TOURISM

    (210920) -- JEONJU, Sept. 20, 2021 (Xinhua) -- Tourists wearing Hanbok, the traditional Korean clothing, play on a swing near a Hanok village during the traditional Chuseok holiday in Jeonju, South Korea, Sept. 20, 2021. (Photo by Seo Yu-seok/Xinhua)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021092302126

  • 2022年05月16日
    Traditional coming-of-age ceremony

    Traditional coming-of-age ceremony Participants wearing the traditional Korean costume, hanbok, pose for a photo during an event to reenact a traditional coming-of-age ceremony at the Hanok Village in Seoul on May 16, 2022. (Yonhap)/2022-05-16 14:26:54/<Copyright ⓒ 1980-2022 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. All rights reserved.>、クレジット:Yonhap News Agency/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022051604862

  • 2022年05月16日
    Traditional coming-of-age ceremony

    Traditional coming-of-age ceremony“Jokduri,“ a Korean traditional head ornament, is put on each participant wearing the traditional Korean costume, hanbok, during an event to reenact a traditional coming-of-age ceremony at the Hanok Village in Seoul on May 16, 2022. (Yonhap)/2022-05-16 14:28:39/<Copyright ⓒ 1980-2022 YONHAPNEWS AGENCY. All rights reserved.>、クレジット:Yonhap News Agency/共同通信イメージズ

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