6, Cheonbyeonjwa-ro 428beon-gil, Nam-gu, Gwangju
ARIENE GUESTHOUSE is a four-story building with one basement and three floors aboveground. Located in Yangrim-dong, Namgu, Gwangju Metropolitan City, it consists of guestrooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors with amenities such as seminar room, sports equipment, and cafe on the 1st floor and the basement level. ARIENE GUESTHOUSE is the ideal accommodations for family guests with a child. Its interior was made with eco-friendly materials and decorated with penguin characters including Dongaebi, the mascot of Penguin Village in Yangrim-dong, creating a friendly atmosphere for children. The guesthouse is only 5 minutes away by car from Sajik Park, which is known for its observation tower, and about 10 minutes away from Gwangju Metro's Culture Complex Station and Namgwangju Station on foot. The room rate is inclusive of breakfast in western style (toast, coffee, fruits, and vegetables) or Korean style whose menu changes every day.
49, Guyeong 5-gil, Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do
Hinokijam II is a guesthouse located near Wolmyeong-dong Community Service Center, Gunsan. Hinokijam I right across from Wolmyeong-dong Community Service Center has been in business since 2014, whereas Hinokijam II opened in 2015. It's a Japanese-style house regarded as a modern cultural heritage. All the guestrooms are finished with natural materials such as cypress wood and traditional Korean paper, which are known for their health benefits. The "Love," "Moon," and “Floor" rooms are "ondol (floor-heated)" rooms for two, and the "Sky” and “Cloud” rooms are for three. The “Sun” and “Star” rooms with bunk bed can accommodate up to four people, making it a great choice for families and groups. All the rooms are furnished with a bathroom with shower, and there is a small shared kitchen with cookware in the first floor lobby available to the guests at any time of the day. Popular tourist attractions within walking distance from the guesthouse include Chowon Studio where the popular Korean movie “Christmas in August" was filmed, Japanese-style house in Sinheung-dong, Gunsanhang Port, and Gusan Modern History Museum.
611, Gukchaebosang-ro, Jung-gu, Daegu
Novotel is located in the center of Daegu’s finance, shopping, and culture district, and is connected to the new shopping mall of Doran Plaza along with the subway station. Access to the KTX train station and the airport are extremely convenient, making it the perfect place for travelers to enjoy their leisure time. The Novotel boasts 25 suites, 204 luxurious guest rooms, a business center, upscale restaurants and bars, seven meeting rooms, and a fitness center and sauna located on the 23rd floor of the building.
11, Songpa-daero 28-gil, Songpa-gu, Seoul
California Hotel is located in Songpa-gu Garak-dong, a central area for business, sports, and culture in Seoul.
Thanks to its convenient location near major points of interest and facilities such as Jamsil Lotte World, Olympic Park, COEX, City Airport Terminal, and Jamsil Stadium, California Hotel is a popular accommodation choice among both business travelers and tourists.
Guestrooms feature a modern and luxurious décor and are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities such as a shower with massage functions, whirlpool bathtub, air cleaner, large flat screen TV, DVD player, and computer.
22-1, 192beon-gil, Haseulla-ro, Gyo-dong, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do
Located in the city center in Haseulla-ro, Gangneung, Gangwon-do Province, VV Hotel consists of ten floors above ground and one basement level, and has a total of 44 guestrooms of diverse sizes, including Standard, Deluxe, Suite, and VIP rooms. The hotel is equipped with additional facilities including a seminar room and a sauna room, and a communal PC situated in front of the Information Desk (1F). It offers a buffet type of breakfast cooked with fresh ingredients every day. The restaurant is tastefully designed with a stylish interior and diverse antique items and decorations. As the hotel is situated in downtown Gyo-dong, Gangneung, it offers easy access to bus services. There is also a large parking lot right next to the hotel for guests’ convenience.
39, Gigok-ro77beon-gil, Dogo-myeon, Asan-si, Chungcheongnam-do
The Tovice Condominium provides all the equipment and facilities for private and group educational training trips (company, students) with great service to please its guests.
33, Keunbalgae 1-gil, Tongyeong-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Stunningly beautiful, famously relaxing and consistently recognized as the finest in Korea, the facilities of Kumho Resorts are havens for yachting aficionados, luxury-seekers, and nature-lovers alike. Set beautifully on Chungmu Harbor's dramatic coastlines, the resort is known for its water sports, marine tours, and as a hot springs leisure destination.
150-25, Jeongeupsa-ro, Jeongeup-si, Jeollabuk-do
Located in Gyodong, Jeongeup City, Anjinsa Historic House is a hanok structure with more than 200 years of tradition that is surrounded by clean, friendly countryside, green mountains and fields. Entering by the tall gate, guests will immediately see the hanok with the courtyard and a charming bamboo grove in the background.
Anjinsa Historic House is composed of four accommodation buildings, namely, the munganchae (gate building), sarangchae (men’s quarters), anchae (women’s quarters) and byeolchae (detached house), and a storeroom. After three years of repair work starting in 2007, the house was renovated as a hanok stay house with convenient interior facilities including modern bathrooms. Both the sarangchae and byeolchae consist of a room and a daecheong (wooden floor) where guests can enjoy drinking a tea or simply relaxing.
The byeolchae, a pavilion located on a hill behind the house, is a hanok structure with a small toenmaru (the narrow wooden porch running along the outside of the building) and a pond. It has two rooms each equipped with a bathroom and a daecheongmaru (wooden floored room) looking onto a beautiful landscape appreciated for its autumnal scenery in particular. It is recommended to family guests and those who want to enjoy their private time.
In addition, the bamboo grove is near the pavilion, and there is a 200-year-old sand pear tree behind the anchae which has been designated as a protected tree by Jeongeup City.
The house has a well-ventilated storeroom - with a wooden floor rather than typical earth floor - where rice used to be kept. The storeroom is now used as an exhibition room for ancestors’ items including a chest, lifestyle accessories, brassware, jars, bags, and a small dining table. As a tea field is located directly behind the anchae, the house also runs a tea ceremony program on the wooden floor of the anchae.
12, Seodang-gil Cheongsong-eup, Cheongsong-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Seongcheondaek House with about 300 years' history is an old hanok guesthouse located in Cheongun-ri at the entrance to Juwangsan Mountain, which can be reached by driving along Yongjeoncheon Stream from Cheongsong County in Gyeongsangbuk-do. With the tranquil surrounding atmosphere among houses in the alley, the house features a typical square-shaped structure of the mountain region.
Seongcheondaek House is presumed to have been bought by Im Chun-seop, a high-ranking official during the reign of King Gojong (r. 1863-1907) of the Joseon Dynasty, but its exact construction date is unknown. It was designated as National Folklore Cultural Heritage No. 172 in 1984.
This cozy hanok house consists of the main gate with straw-thatched roof, square-shaped Anchae (Women’s Quarters), middle gate, Sarangbang (master’s room), tea room, old stable, Daecheongmaru (hall between rooms) overlooking the courtyard with beautiful scenery, and so on. In particular, guests can enjoy a romantic atmosphere from Daecheongmaru by appreciating the scene of falling raindrops or melting snow from the edges of the eaves.
The Munganchae (gate building) consisting of a bathroom and a kitchen has a straw-thatched roof and a renovated interior for the guests’ convenience. The square-shaped Anchae is composed of two guestrooms (Sarangbang and Anbang) and a reading room (Utbang). The rooms feature a traditional construction style with cozy and clean interior items including a small wooden table as well as clean beddings. In addition, a kitchen is situated in front of Anbang, displaying traditional kitchen appliances including a fireplace and two large iron pots, unlike a modern-style kitchen in Munganchae. Daecheongmaru of Anchae offers an open view of the outdoor landscape through two large wooden windows. In addition, a deep groove in the middle of the yard in front of Daecheongmaru catches one’s eyes. The groove is said to have been made due to the rubbing of the foot on the ground when weaving hemp cloth hundreds of years ago.
Guests can enjoy relaxation both during daytime and nighttime under a starry sky in the yard where a small wooden bedstead and a stone table are situated. Moreover, the house provides folk games such as neolttwigi (Korean see-sawing game) and tuho (pitch-pot) as well as the family art therapy program wherein family members can understand each other better through a painting and drawing activity. Surrounding tourist attractions include Juwangsan National Park and Jusanji Reservoir.
8-7, Jirisan-daero 2897beon-gil Danseong-myeon, Sancheong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do
'Located at the entrance to Jirisan Mountain in Namsa-ri, Sancheong County and blessed with a beautiful natural environment, Namsa Yedamchon Village, along with Andong Hahoe Village, is the representative village of traditional hanok (traditional Korean houses) in Gyeongsang-do Province and is regarded as one of the most beautiful villages in Korea. The village is well-known for its 3.2km-long low stone wall, and the name 'Namsa Yedamchon' implies 'a village with old walls' in the hope that we emulate classical scholars’ spirit and courtesy. The Old Walls of Namsa Village were designated as Registered Cultural Heritage No. 281. Along with the old walls, a total of nine cultural heritages were designated as national treasures or cultural properties including the House of the Choi Clan (Gyeongnam’s Cultural Property Material No. 117) and the House of the Yi Clan (Gyeongnam’s Cultural Property Material No. 118). Namsa Yedamchon Village was also selected as a Rural Traditional Theme Village, operating various programs related to traditional learning experiences including farming, traditional games, trip to old houses, and seodang (village school) experience. As a typical noble family’s house in the southern area, Wolgang gotaek (the House of the Choi Clan) is situated in the middle of Namsa Yedamchon Village. This outstanding hanok house offers many charms including a beautiful wall stretching from the public parking lot to the house, a tall gate with exceptional x_height, and 230-year-old Japanese apricot tree as well as its large size and splendid features. Its head family of the house is the Maesa House of Jeonju Choi’s Clan in Hangnim-ri, Goseong-gun, Gyeongsangnam-do, and they have lived in the area since their great-great-grandfather. br>
As for the house buildings, the Anchae (women’s quarters) was built in 1920; the Sarangchae (men’s quarters) was completed in 1921, the Byeolchae (detached house) named 'Iknangchae,' the Gwangchae (storage), and the barn were built during the same period. The buildings are arranged in 'ㅁ'-shaped structure – the Anchae at the center with the Sarangchae, the Iknangchae, and the Gwangchae. There are two inner gates on the right and left to the Sarangchae. The Anchae and the Iknangchae cannot be seen from the west inner gate, according to the Confucian idea about separate spaces for men and women. br>
The Anchae with 6 kan (a unit of measurement referring to the distance between two columns) in front and 3 kan on the sides has toenmaru (the narrow wooden porch running along the outside of the building) in front and on the rear side, semi-hipped roof, and high ceiling. The Anchae is composed of kitchen, main room, small room, daecheong (main floored room), and another small room, which retains its refined design of the door. The Sarangchae with 5 kan in front and 3 kan on the sides is a house with several wings and a semi-hipped roof. It is composed of two rooms, daecheong, another two rooms, and a room with wooden floor. The Sarangchae is characterized by its round pillars. Facing the east, the iknangchae with 4 kan in front and 2 kan on the sides consists of daecheong, room with ondol (Korean heating system), and storage space for food materials. br>
Wolgang gotaek was chosen as a Korea Noble House in 2014. The owner is planning to expand the accommodations by building two rooms in the Sarangchae and a separate room in the Iknangchae for the convenience of guests. It is set to modernize various facilities including toilets, TV, air conditioner, wireless Internet, and kitchen equipment as well as provide diverse hands-on programs such as tea ceremony and traditional games. br>
The owner aims to offer guests an opportunity to enjoy staying in an old hanok house with a comfortable environment by preserving the beauty of old hanok and its tradition without damaging the house with various activities.
9, Cheongsugol-gil, Wondong-myeon, Yangsan-si, Gyeongsangnam-do