This place has practically everything one looks for in a hostel: friendly English-speaking staff, great location, clean spacious rooms and bathrooms, free internet and too many other useful facilities.
Whether you are a traveler passing through Seoul or an expat coming in from another part of Korea for the weekend, Jeonju Hostel is a great place to put down your backpack. Its welcoming and social atmosphere makes it easy to meet people and enjoy your time in this great city.
We are located jeonju hanok villagernjeonju museum : 5km jeonju station: 5kmrn jeonju bus terminal: 3 km Jeonju Hanok Village has 700 traditional Korean houses, Hanok that are still home to residents today. Hanok Village is the best-preserved living traditional village. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Korea. Jeonju also hosted the FIFA World Cup 2002, which saw grand scale refurbishments to many areas in Jeonju for World Cup visitors.
You will enjoy true Korean culture and food in Joella province.