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Spent 8 nights here for my 2nd time. Booked for twin room via booking.com but turned out given room consist of 2 double decker bed. Lucky us to have a spacious room. Toilet was bigger & water pressure was strong. Shampoo & body shower are...More
Good quiet location, didn't recognise the place as half of the building had been demolished !!
Friendly staff ( when you can track them down). Could not pay by credit card only cash !!
Our room was adequate but when it rained heavy water came...More
Enjoyed our 3 nights here. Hotel is near the metro and plenty of restaurants. Its also walking distance from the palaces. Staff is very friendly. Fast wifi. Does not have free breakfast but there is a kitchen you can use and also washing machine for...More
Stayed in their twin room with 2 single beds for 7 nights. The room was quite small but enough for both of us. They have provided kitchen stove, microwave, washing machine & fridge inside the room. You can borrow utensils & frying pan from them...More
The best place to stay in Seoul, really cheap guesthouse in great location - near Seoul's temples and close to the metro station. In neighborhood there are many korean restaurants, fast foods, bars and pubs.
All the time we could feel family atmosphere, staff is...More
Daehakno (literally "University Street") is home to a number of famed universities, so the neighborhood is always abuzz with university students, and a youthful, optimistic energy permeates the air. The abundance of restaurants, cafes, and shops cater to the younger demographic in both taste and prices, making it a popular meet-up area. Daehakno is also famed for its creativity, showcased in the many amateur performances
put on at Marronnier Park and in more professional productions at small independent theaters scattered through the neighborhood. For a break, be sure to check out Ihwa Mural Village nearby, a former shantytown transformed into an art village with installations and wall paintings. It hosts a Filipino Market on Sundays.