Hanok Hotel Dongrakwon used to be a memorial hall for Missionary M. Junkin who worked in Jeonju in 1985, and had long been used as an official residence for the Bank of Korea. The 100-year-old Hanok retains the history and culture that modern hotels do not have. Since the renovation to make it a hanok hotel, it is now utilized as a space for traditional music performances, traditional weddings, or small weddings. The entire building can be rented for various gatherings, seminars, conferences, family events, and so on. The beauty of a hanok is found in every corner of Dongrakwon such as the wide lawn, the pond in front of Sarangchae, and the jar stand next to Anchae. The antique furniture and folding screen in the rooms have been used for generations, enabling guests of the hanok to time travel to 50-100 years ago.
The yard is a great place to play simple Korean traditional plays such as Jegichagi and Dakjichiji, whereas the free-of-charge red clay sauna will relieve fatigue. The outdoor hot / cold bath and sun bath site is a new addition to Dongrakwon.
There is a 600-year-old Ginkgo tree standing on the Eunhang-ro, where the accommodation is located. Opposite the alley is Donghak Revolution Memorial Exhibition Hall; Gyeonggijeon East Gate is 200m away. The hotel is close to Taejo-ro, the busiest street of Jeonju Hanok Village; neighboring Eunhang-ro, Choi Myeong Hee-gil, and Eojin-gil all retain the unique quietness and beauty of Hanok Village. It will be also nice to ride on the mountain bike that Dongrakwon offers free of charge in order for guests to visit corners of the Hanok Village, or ride along the Jeonjucheon Stream.
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• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
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• For more info: +82-63-287-9300, +82-10-4951-9300
Available (parking lot about 300 meters away from Dongnakwon)