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It was a little difficult to find from Hongik Station, mostly because of a type on their directions page ("intersection" not "interjection"). Otherwise, the staff were very helpful and it was a nice place to crash for one night.
really cosy and nicely equipped guesthouse! cool people and small breakfast included !
Staff were wonderful and the common area was great! Read the directions well and you should have no problem finding it!!( or follow directions to kimchi guest house which is beside it!) rooms were a little crowded and I was eaten by Mosquitos but over all great value for money! Would defiantly stay again :)
The good thing about this guesthouse was that the location was fine, but that was pretty much it from our point of view. The common facilities were really messy, especially the kitchen, and we didn't want to even eat breakfast there. Gladly there was many good cafes near by. When we arrived, it was very hard to get hold of the staff, and no one really had any idea of what was going on with our booking. If you're really into meeting new people, then this might be your place.
Lots of fun! The staff were really friendly, I made friends with both them and the other guests staying there! It's a really cozy little space just a 5-10 minute walk from the downtown Hongdae area and Hongik Univ. Station. The common room is set up as the main space of the hostel so you get to meet lots of people, which (personally, to me) makes the whole experience that much more awesome and fun. Would definitely stay there again!
Comfortable place with walking distance to subway station. The guests here are mostly non-Korean therefore English proficiency is important if you want to talk to them. Will come back next time.
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 25-30
- (1 review)