Bukchon Hanok 3-gil
This region is the old 31 lot of Gahoe-dong and was developed by an architecture company named Geon Yang from 1936 to 1939. The company Geon Yang was a popular company during this time. The location used to be a huge piece of land with topography being higher in the north and lower in the south. The main road is located at a slope which is from the north and heads south.
The reason for this was so that the main gates of the houses could be erected on the eastern or western sides, prevent the halls from being exposed to the south. In addition, the places where the roads meet are set so that they do not intersect with one another, and the roads have no crossroads and only a three-way junction. Bukchon Hanok 3 (sam)-gil is a lane that is located at the end of the northwestern side of the main road. When walking down this road, it would be interesting to see that the form of the buildings or the roads do not have set patterns and sometimes the roads have three right-angled turns.
The reason why these crooked roads were constructed was because the land is at the edge of the plot bought to develop a housing complex. Furthermore, when following the road, the Bukchon seventh is noticeable and gives off the mood of simplicity and comfortable. The Bukchon Hanok-gil, which can be seen at the end of the alley, is a road newly repaired by the main road of this region.