韓屋 [videorecording] = Hanok, opposite look at Korean folk house
Seoul : Korea Foundation, 
Video — 1 videodisc (52 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Freelance journalist Mark Dake is a blue-eyed Westerner who has a greater affection for Hanok, Korea's traditional house, than that of most Koreans. He spends time with non-Koreans who also love Hanok and are currently living in a traditional Korean-style house. This film captures the architectural elegance, nature-friendly aspects, and seasonally changing beauty of Hanok. It also helps viewers to understand the significance of Hanok, which has been fast-disappearing due to relentless commercial development.