Joseon Royal Residence, Joseonwangga in Korean, is located in Yeoncheon county, Gyeonggi Province.
In the compound, guests will be able to stay in four different places: Yeomgeundang, Sabanjeong, Jeongakmun, and Jaeunjeong. All of them are made of eco-friendly materials such as natural red-clay and cypress.
Yeomgeundang, a traditional hanok (traditional Korean house) of the royal family, was built in 1807 in Seoul during the Joseon dynasty and was located at the King’s residence. It was dismantled and rebuilt in 1935 as the residence of Prince Lee Geun. son of Emperor Gojong. Eventually it was moved from Seoul to Yeoncheon by its current owner. It became a 16-room hotel in 2011.
Guest will also be able to experience unique Royal Cabana glamping and enjoy the royal atmosphere the Joseon Dynasty together with the Korean culture and traditional lifestyle, together with the comfort of modern facilities.
Individual visits are possible, as well as corporate events.