Noandang is a T-shaped building that consists of six sections on the front, three sections on the east side, one section of yangkan in the front, four sections of dorikan, and yeonghwaru (side floor) connecting ondolbang (floor heating room), which consisted of three Yangkan sections and three Dorikan sections in the rear and rear flooring. The body of the house consists of the four sections of the main floored hall and two sections of ondolbang in the west. The extreme west section is toekan while the front and back also have toekan. The foundation consists of the main flooring space. The front and the rear of the master bedroom is made of Jangdaeseok Saebaoldae and Yeonghwaru (side floor), Jangdaeseok Dubeoldae. The foundation stone is square in shape while the upper part is slightly narrower than the lower part. For the foundation of the side floor area, a pillar type foundation stone is raised on the lower floor of numaru.  

The pillars of both pyeongju and goju are square with small columns. The corner is angled obliquely. The capital part has four sides fitted by crossing beams and buttresses. On it a beam is put crossed. This building is partly a sorusujang type. Umulmaru (checker-shaped floor) is installed in the main flooring space and the side small room. Umulmaru is the structure between which Janggwiteul is placed on a right angle with tonggwiteul placed between Janggwiteul cross-wise to form a checkered shape. Two methods were used to install makjang: makdeopjang, where the grooves of the tongwiteul are fit together and nailed down, and eunhyeoldeopjan, where makjang is fitted from the bottom soldae installed on the bottom of teokpanjari, all held in place by nails. Jangdaeseok gomaki is installed in the interval between the lower base of the servant rooms. Steel ventilation is installed between the base and stepping stones.

 

For the house framing, the girder is crossed between the nejingoju (column) of Jeonhu, which is the normal way of a building consisting of Jeonhukan. On toekan, toeryang is put between oejinpyeongju and nejinpyeongju. Jungdori is posited on the upper part of goju, in the middle of jongbu pandaegong and is raised to support jongdori. The entire structure is called igojuoryang. Ddeunchangbang crosses the lower part of the jongdori prop. Soro is inserted between Ddeunchangbang and Jangyeo. The protruding section of the rear northeast is hung to toekan in the east and daeryang is hung between the west side pyeongju and nejingoju. It consists of ilgojuoryang. The numaru part that protrudes to the south side consists of three ryangs.


The eaves are single eaves with rafters. The frontal side and some of the south side of both east and west have a pent-roof. Hip rafters are all decorated with seonja and the tip of the eaves is processed with parallel rafters. The pent-roof is inserted onto a rectangular frame after placement of the board and the roof is covered with a galvanized metal. Every five or six rafters, a buttress is installed and steel is installed to fillet.

The roof is paljak-shaped with four gabled sides. Two valleys cut in the center make drainage possible. The gable walls are blank. The center of the west side is decorated with octagonal outlines. The remaining three gable walls are bat-shaped. Bats symbolize prosperity and happiness because the Chinese character “bok” meaning “bat” sounds similar to “bok” meaning prosperity. Bats are called “Cheonseo”, which means a bird of the heaven, or “Seonseo”, which means a bird of the gods. The shape of a bat is used for everyday products, painting, crafts, furniture, and architecture.