Traditional Korean houses can be divided into 2 categories. One is the grass-roofed house (choga jib) and the tile-roofed house (kiwa jib). Commoners resided in grass-roofed houses and aristocrats in tile-roofed houses.

The main feature of Korean house is the under-floor heating system called "ondol" Other features include the beautiful tiles, and the distinct wooden floors.

But nowadays people live in apartments where steam heating is available and instead of sleeping on the floor like the old ways, they use beds.

Korea's most admirable traditional architectures are the bulguksa, suduksa and Busuksa Temple. Modern buildings seen in Korea are the 63 building, stadiums where the '88 Olympics were held, POSCO building, and the Myondong Cathedral. the '?