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2-63 Gye-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea
서울 종로구, 계동6길 9, 길 9
Bukchon Hanok Village
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Sean Nam10 years ago
If you are visiting Kyung-Bok Goong (the castle), you should definitely visit this place! They have good quality food and they are English-friendly. Their pastas and burgers are delicious. It's not exactly the same taste you could find commonly in North America or elsewhere in the world, so it's worth a try. Their coffee and home-made pickles are good too.
이영민9 years ago
After visiting the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, I was wondering what to eat for lunch~~ and then went to Gusti right next door^^ I tried the Winter Special Pasta Soup Ranasuni, so I tried it~~~ This tastes really great!!!!! It was really, really delicious^-^ I've been to so many pasta houses in Gangnam, but the soup pasta here is the best!!! Totally recommended
Hazel Thompson3 years ago
Very good location, nice people, walking distance between 2 subway stations with access to 2 different lines.
Close to the Cultural Village and Insadong, literally right next to Gyongbukgong and the Blue House.
Food close by is great. If you like trendy coffee, it's close to the stand alone Blue Bottle Coffee building.
The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Arts (Seoul) is next door and has a nice Osulloc Café with brilliant seats and nice "tourist" tea.
Only downside is it's 5 floors up with no elevator...
P/s: it wasn't a deal breaker for me, but because previous guests weren't exactly conscientious, kitchen use is a "No"; except for refrigerator use and water dispenser (hot and cold water available).
Light sleepers be warned, walls are thin.
teacher kim5 years ago
I liked that it was right next to Gyeongbokgung Palace. I was looking for a place to stay to see the night opening of Gyeongbokgung Palace, but it was right next to it, so it was the best in terms of accessibility. The room condition was also not bad. However, it is unfortunate that the shower room did not drain well and there were many mosquitoes, making it difficult to sleep. The boss is kind and I had a good rest anyway.
Clarine Chai4 years ago
Booked the traditional room for 2 nights
The futon was too thin . I could feel the hard floor and had a hard time sleeping . Also the futon wasn’t that clean I saw a small yellow stain on it .
It has a private shower but the toilet bowl is a floor below which is very inconvenient if you wan to use the toilet in the middle of the night. Then we found the toilet below suddenly locked by someone and we couldn’t use in the morning . Had to find toilet outside
Good thing that they allow us to change our room to a normal bed so at least the second night was better for me . But my husband didn’t have a good sleep as he said the middle was crashing in and affected his sleep. I could feel the springs through the bed but it was still better than the traditional futon for me
Location is very near palaces and walkable to Insadong. I appreciate the help to change room but I wouldn’t go back