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The hostel is a typical old-style Korean house with a nice common area where you can chill out and meet other travellers. The manager is friendly and polite. Negative side: the toilets are located outside, this could be very unpleasant during the winter season...
I'ts situated a slight distance from the city center and the Bus terminal, but in a nice and quiet neighborhood. Nice room; not very large but enough for staying in. Nice atmosphere and common area!
Located in a beautiful traditional Korean home, Homo Nomad was a great place to spend a few days. Kao is a fellow traveler and provides everything needed for a great stay in Gyeong-ju.
the hostel is in a very beautifull traditional house 7 minutes from most you need.the owener is a very a warm helpfull woman.she can give very goog travelladvice.i thank her specially for getting the bus to daego west and on to haein-sa.only negative,bathroom is outside the house.
Great place, would stay there again if i went back to Gyeongju. Nice and friendly owners! =)
When the manager was out and I needed to talk to her, I called her, but got no response on the phone. Other than that, my stay here was overall good.
I enjoyed my stay in this unique hostel. The staff was very kind and the rooms were comfortable. It might be a little intimidating to try and find if you haven't lived in Korea for a while, as I imagine most would take the bus (a little far to walk from the local train station).
The guesthouse is actually in a Korean traditional house. It gives the feel of home stay. Dorm room is very spacious. There's all kinds of information just on the wall. It pretty much covers everything you want to know about Gyeongju. Definitely recommend it!
Very nice and friendly welcoming. We were so happy to find a lot of informations and map and bus/train schedule on the wall to plan all our visits : no need to ask, everything is here. It was a little bit crowded when we were there, we had to wait a bit for a chair at breakfast table, but it was very nice and a good spot to meet people from around the world.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 25-30
- (1 review)
it's a Korean traditional house,l like it,and the staff are nice，we talked a lot.