Pungsongjae is a hanok accommodation located in New Hanok Village of Gyeongsangbuk-do Provincial Government Complex in Andong, Gyeongsangbuk-do. The owner built the hanok house using Korean red pine from Bonghwa-gun to highlight the beauty of hanok architecture. You can really feel a master craftsmanship in every part of the house, including the double eaves, lofty gate and pillars. Designed with the beauty of traditional hanok architecture in mind, the accommodation also provides convenience with private bathrooms inside the guest rooms. As the hanok house was newly built in 2018, all facilities are clean and pleasant.
A wide-open grass lawn greets guests past the front gate, revealing a sightly scene of hanok architecture and a pine grove in the background. As soon as you step inside, you will feel like you are traveling back in time to the Joseon dynasty. There are three guest rooms available at Pungsongjae. Pungsil and Sarangbang are ideal for two people, but the accommodation accepts bookings for a family of four or less. Songsil is a cute little room that is ideal for couples. Pungsil is equipped with an induction stove, a microwave, a rice cooker, an electric kettle and tableware, so the guest can cook inside the room. Cooking is not allowed inside Songsil and Sarangbang. The most noticeable place in Pungsongjae is the quaint attic-like numaru space. The name Pungsongjae was inspired by the space as a house with a spectacular view of a lush pine grove. When you lie down, you can enjoy a picturesque view of the pine grove outside. Pungsongjae is 10 minutes from Hahoe Village, and 15 minutes from Byeongsanseowon Confucian Academy.