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I had an very pleasant homestay experience! The traditional hanok is decorated with Banky graffiti outside and Korean folk masks inside. They store a great collection of music CDs and you can always enjoy the music in the common area during day time. The living room and breakfast table are both good places to meet people. It is a cozy, clean and comfortable place to stay & I felt at home. Kao is very friendly and she helped me a lot with travelling info and Korean translation.
The staff was friendly but not very helpful. The house is very clean and the atmosphere is relaxing. They have lockers but you need to bring your own lock.
It is a 1950-70's typical Korean style family house , warm and cozy, comfortable. And it is clean. If you need a comfy, traditional 20century Korean house, I would recommend here! The owners are helpful and kind, too. And it is fulled of scent of Korean traditional herb tea.
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.