Jeonhwan Cho is an architect, carpenter, philosopher, living and working in Gochang, South Korea. He is known for his contemporary adaptation of the Korean traditional architecture [Hanok, 한옥]. Along with with Ragung hotel in Gyongju he is reposible for the built of approximately one hundred Hanok. Cho was the head of installation and design for Nam June Paik Art Center and Anyang Public Art Project and worked for Asia Culture Center, Gwangju. He is a member of Unmapping Eurasia.