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Rock It Suda is the name of the pension - or weekend getaway - created for the bassist of the Korean band by the same name.   Instead of the typical form of a European cottage, the fantastical architecture by Moon Hoon could be deemed "play-chitecture."  The pension is composed of six fantasy spaces, each with its own theme - Spain, Barbie, stealth, ferrari, cave, and Korean traditional house.  Three of the structures are equipped with "tails," or large hammocks that serve as playscapes. 

Rock It Suda is situated on the outskirts of Jeongseon, a dilapidated mining town bordered by a verdant forest. Rising from a low platform by the dry riverbed are the six distinctive and colorful units.  A separate café is a few meters away, in the back.

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