Kumamoto Culture House – Nate Kornegay

Figure 26. Another quintessential culture house for its thematic style and hybrid floorplan, the former Kumamoto house is rurally located about three kilometers east of downtown Gunsan, Korea. It is thought to have been built in the 1920s, though no clear record has been found yet. It was built for an extremely wealthy landowner named Kumamoto Rihei [熊本利平]. The home is now a museum. Source: Photographed by Nate Kornegay, 2015.

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