PREMIUM TALKING TIPS: How our Ancestors Beat the Heat

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Don’t have any idea on what topic to discuss for Premium Talking Today? Then, please check out this article by Korea Herald. 

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“The arrogant sun.” This is what Koreans called the source of scorching summer heat during the Joseon era. Summer was always sizzling and humid here.

Just how did our ancestors cope with the sweltering heat with no air-conditioning and electric fans? Hints can be found at Namsangol Hanok Village. 

Located near Chungmuro Station in central Seoul, the village is a collection of five traditional houses, or hanok, where foreign tourists visit to experience Korea’s tradition and culture. 



Korea Herald

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Article Source: Korea Herald

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