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Park Si-hoo's upscale house to be exposed on tvN's "Name List"

2015/03/16 | Permalink | Source

The March 16th episode of "Name List" of tvN's "E News" introduced Park Si-hoo's house as part of 'Name list of interior design know-how".

There is a star who owns an upscale Korean traditional mansion like the one in drama, 'Heard It Through the Grapevine'. The owner of such a house is hallyu star, Park Si-hoo.

Park Si-hoo's house is known to be an upscale house, which belonged to a wealthy landlord. The house where he was born and was raised was so huge, of which surrounding walls cannot be seen from the other side. The extensive land has a garden similar to the one found in a palace and a large pond.

Only the one house in the center out of the original three houses survived; Park Si-hoo's house is an antique residence with nine rooms, which is over 70 years old and cannot be evaluated into money easily.

In addition to this, Park Si-hoo owns his own residence for himself in Seoul, which also shows off great interior design. Park Si-hoo lives there with his companion cat Jami. Park Si-hoo mentioned he was originally interested in interior design.

The "Name List – 2015" disclosed list of stars whose interior design sense has turned out to be luxurious.

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