This small private garden, whose name means "clean and refreshing," was built by Yang San-bo (1503-57) when he decided to retire into nature. One of the representative gardens of the Joseon Dynasty, it was created in 1530 (the 25th year of King Jungjong). The original 10 buildings were designed so that the inhabitants could best see and hear nature around them. Only a few of them remain today. Still, it is a beautiful garden (sometimes compared to Thoreau's Walden, though much smaller in scale) and you can see how someone was inspired to write and grow old there. The walk up to the pavilion lined with bamboo prepares you for the peaceful retreat.