Today (19th), the publicly announced prices of individual single-family houses were revealed, and the publicly announced prices of houses in Hannam-dong of the late Samsung Group Chairman Lee Kun-hee, the nation's most expensive single-family house, exceeded KRW 43 billion this year.

According to today's Seoul Real Estate Information Inquiry System, Chairman Lee's home in Hannam-dong (1,245.1㎡), the number one single-family house in history, posted a public price of 43.15 billion won this year, up 5.6% from last year.

In 2019, when the public price of high-priced single-family houses soared by more than 50%, this house rose to 39.8 billion won from 26.1 billion won in the previous year by a similar rate (52.4%), and last year, it rose 2.6% to 40.85 billion won. I have done it.

Chairman Lee's house (342.9㎡) in Itaewon-dong, the second most expensive house, rose 2.2% from 34.2 billion won last year to 34.96 billion won this year.

Shinsegae Chairman Lee Myung-hee's home in Hannam-dong (2,604.78㎡) this year's public price was 30.65 billion won, a 6.6% increase from 28.84 billion won last year.

The official prices of former presidents' homes have also increased a lot.

Former President Chun Doo-hwan's main house in Yeonhui-dong, Seodaemun-gu (419.5m2), rose 7.9% from 3,337 million won to 3,274 billion won.

Former President Lee Myung-bak's home in Nonhyeon-dong (1,299.1m2) was 13.9% from 10.16 billion won to 1,57 billion won, while former President Park Geun-hye's home in Naegok-dong (570.6m2) was 1.46 billion to 1.58 billion won. It is up 8.4% to 17 million won.

Among Seoul this year, Dongjak-gu's standard single-family homes showed the highest rate of increase (12.86%), while individual single-family homes also showed a higher rate of increase compared to other regions.

In the case of former President Kim Young-sam's home in Sangdo-dong (340.94㎡), it jumped 23.6% from 1.33 billion won to 1.61 billion won.