Guryongpo Japanese House Street is where the Japanese who came to Joseon lived after the 'Joseon-Japan Trade Treaty' was signed between Joseon and Japan in 1883. Pohang-si created a place where only a few houses remain as 'Japanese House Street.' 'Hurusattoya,' used as a restaurant at the time, has been preserved and operated as a teahouse. You can taste various Japanese teas and experience yukata. In addition, there is Simsang Elementary School, where Japanese people studied at the time and a 'model mailbox' made with a 1900s design. The scenery visible from the park steps received a Korea Landscape Award because of the fishing village, which can be seen at a glance, revealing the daily life of the common people.