It is said that this house served as the head house of Geongju Choi clam and was built around 1700.
It consists of a Saranchae (men's living quarters or detached house) ,
an Anche ( women's living quarters or main building,
a Munganche ( servants' living quarters, a Sadang (shrine) and a Gobang (storage quarters),
being well-situated on the grounds full of sunshine alongside Namcheon river and backed
by the Wolseong Palace.
Originally , the house is said to have had 99 kan (the largest space granted to king's subject during the Joseon Dynasty) , but the Sarangche and Byeoldang (detached annex used for a private village school )
were burnt in 1970, and now that remains is post stones.
Its shrine features a depth of surfaces, preserving the typical nole-class housing in the Joseon Dynasty
(1392-1910). Since the Choi family settled in Gyo-dong during the middle of Joseon , they have kept
enormous wealth through 12 generation, practicung noblesse oblige and cultivating scholars in the 9 generations.
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Location : 69 Gyo-dong , Gyeongju, Gyeongsangbuk-do , korea.