This house is located in Jungri-dong Daeduck-gu Daejeon. It was built by Kyeongyeo Kim, a scholar of the Mid Joseon Dynasty, and designated as Daejeon City’s eighth tangible cultural asset on March 18, 1989. It is occupied and managed by Kyeongju Kim Family. “Songae” means “to keep in mind integrity and firm spirits of pine trees despite ordeals like snow and frost,” symbolizing Kyeongyeo Kim’s loyalty and spirits. It consists of a Korean traditional house of the frontal three sections and side two sections. In the two sections on the left is the main floored room and in one section on the right, lies one room with the floor heating system. The two sections of the room with the floor heating system were used as a day bed and below there is a fireplace. Songae-dong made of the square pillars of “mindorigip” has a single eave “paljak” roof and in 1889, it was renovated.