Hanok is a term to describe Korean traditional houses.
Looking west to the north mountain
North mountain lies north of the Gyeongbokgung Palace. Next image zooms out.
The stairway to Bukchon (bottom)
In the distance: North Mountain. Middle right; shopping street from which we climbed to Bukchon.
Center: Guide Kevin, Aliza, and Jesse checks his phone
Sign reads, "Tryng on Korean traditional costume"
Traditional dresses and selfies
Seoul Tower on hilltop and Jongno Tower top right
A 600-year-old urban environment preserved
Preparing to be photographed in traditional costume
Costumes and selfie sticks
Rooflines and skylines
At top right is Jongno Tower is a 33-story (433 ft.) office building in Jongno. Top floor is a restaurant and bar. 1999, Architect Rafael Viñoly
A few streets are level
Roof and ridge detail
Panel in top of entry door
West Mountain and the street below