The loan shark known under the name ‘Milk Witch’ lives in this place in Graceful Family/Elegant Family (우아한 가) (MBN, 2019) and Mo Seok-hee (Lim Soo-hyang) comes here accompanied by Heo Yoon-do (Lee Jang-woo) in episode 4 to ask for her financial support.
This hanok appears as Ko Tae-rim (Jin Goo) father’s house in episode 10 of Legal High (리갈하이) (JTBC, 2019). First, Bang Dae-han (Kim Byung-ok) visits with Min Joo-kyung (Chae Jung-an) and Kang Ki-seok (Yoon Park) in tow to ask for support in a case and later Tae-rim stops by with Seo Jae-in (Seo Eun-su) and Kim Yi-soo (Jang Yoo-sang) because he had heard that his father is gravely ill. But his father, once again, talks about Tae-rim’s inheritance that the latter refuses in front of an astonished Jae-in (still making sense of the situation) before leaving the place.
This place appears as Go Gang-Hee’s (Park Jin-Hee) house in Oh My Geum-Bi (오 마이 금비) (KBS2, 2016).
This is the renowned Hanbok-making house ‘Bi Sool Chae’ in Jang Bo-ri Is Here!/Jang Bori Is Here/Come! Jang Bo-ri (왔다! 장보리) (MBC, 2014) — as seen from episode 1 onward.
The training center for gisaengs, in which Dan Sa-Ran (Lim Soo-Hyang) will move in, is located here in New Tales of Gisaeng/New Tales of the Gisaeng (신기생뎐) (SBS, 2011).
Woon Kyung Foundation [운경재단/雲耕財團] was established to “honor the legacy” of the late politician and former chairman of the National Assembly Lee Jae-hyung (이재형/李載瀅). The foundation is located at the Ungyeong Old House [운경고택/雲耕古宅] in Seoul’s neighborhood of Sajik [Sajik-dong/사직동], in the Jongno District [Jongno-gu/종로구]. The house was purchased by Lee in 1953 and he lived here in the early 1960s and donated it to a foundation named after his pen name, Woonkyung/Ungyeong.
7 Inwangsan-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
서울 종로구 인왕산로 7
Geolocation: 37.575038, 126.966760
Gyeongbokgung Station [경복궁역], Seoul Subway Line 3, Exit 1
— submitted by Marion KDL