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The traditional aspect is highlightedby emphasizing Korean elements such as moderate roof tiles, integrated jangdokdae (platform for crocks of sauces and condiments) and stone wall patterns.

Space volume is emphasized by leaving some space using level and the structure of the roof tiles of Korean traditional houses, Hanok, is established by utilizing the rafter.

The traditional aspect is added to the clean and neat space through the usage of simple built-in seats, traditional Korean paper and traditional patterns.

Structural strength is expressed by allowing lightmass and black and white roof tiles.

Design: CJ Foodville design team
Photography: Jang Wooseok

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