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We reserved two double rooms because we are travelling with our two sons. Our request of having two adjacent rooms was granted. The size of the room is fair enough for our purpose as we only stay in the hotel in the evening. We were...More
The residence is only an approximately 5-10 minutes walking distance away from Euljiro 1-Ga subway station. There is an elevator at Exit 5 of the station as well. The decor of the single room seems spartan and slightly worn out, but the room is comfortably...More
The room was too small for us ( we are both Asian). Can't even walk after put in baggage in . Air con. Is central control . So they they decide to open or close it . One nights , because of one resident complain...More
This place was recommended by a relative so I kind of knew what to expect. You have to take the lift to the 17th floor (the building is served by 2 lifts). Before you get into the guesthouse, you have to take off your shoes...More
Spent only the night there but it is in the heart of Myeongdong for a price that cannot be beat. I got the smallest room and it was tiny. The shower/toilet was half the size of a normal handicapped toilet and everything got wet when...More
Arguably Seoul’s most famous neighbourhood and undoubtedly one of its most popular, Myeongdong takes shopping and eating to new heights, with hundreds of shops, restaurants, and cafes all stacked on top of one another. The rise in popularity of Korean cosmetics, fashion, and more has made this area a must-see for visitors who come and marvel at Myeongdong’s often frenetic pace and energy. Lotte and
Shinsaegae’s massive department stores are also popular draws for both Korean and luxury products. The department stores, just like Myeongdong’s streets, are crowded around the clock. Myeongdong’s many street food carts are also immensely popular for their inexpensive and quirky offerings (French-fry-encrusted corn dogs, anyone?). The neighbourhood’s popularity, as well as its close proximity to other popular sights and neighbourhoods, makes it one of Seoul’s most popular places to stay.