66, Oak valley 1-gil, Wonju-si, Gangwon-do
Hansol Oak Valley is a family resort that offers beautiful facility with golf courses, thrilling ski slopes, leisure and convenience amenities,
and European-style condominiums.
The resort's golf courses were designed to work with the naural environment
and the course-management is eco-friendly. The resort offers both a members only and public
course and a variety of events are ongoing
throughout the year.
Other amenities include a banquet hall, wedding hall, swimming pool, tennis court and mountain biking. Families and friends alike can join this resort all year round.
17, Jungmungwangwang-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do
Located at Jungmun Beach on Jeju Island, Jeju Grand Ville is a Canadian-style structure of refined architectural beauty. High-speed internet access is available in each of the guestrooms and bathrooms, bedrooms, and kitchens all feature a modern design befitting the classy feel of the resort. From the balconies, guests can enjoy a beautiful view of the vast beach and cool breezes coming off the sea. A golf putting range, mini swimming pool, barbecue grills, observation platform, and other facilities are available as well.
1898-5, Geojejungang-ro, Geoje-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
The Geoje Tourist Hotel provides large and small banquet halls able to accommodate 300 people including Dongbaek Hall for 50 people and other banquet halls for conferences. The banquet halls can be used for receptions, engagement ceremonies, 60th birthdays, company anniversaries, New Year's, promotions, celebrations, and various other events as well.
333-3, Hwangtae-gil, Inje-gun, Gangwon-do
Bukseorak Hwangto Maeul, a village consisting of six ‘hanok’ houses, provides guests with the perfect opportunity to stay in a traditional house of Gangwon-do province. In the past, Neowajip, or houses built by weaving strips of wood together, gradually developed and became the province’s traditional type of house. The six houses of the village – named Sopoong, Hwangto Neowajip, Hwangtojip, Chogajip, Dolgiwajip, and Sandol Neowajip - were built with red clay and have a Korean floor heating system to help guests relieve their fatigue and stress and restore their health. In particular, Sandol Neowajip was constructed by covering the roof with shingles in the Gangwon-do style, while environmentally-friendly construction materials such as paper mulberry and soybeans were used for the wallpaper and the floors. As the Inje area is home to three largest passes of Seoraksan Mountain, namely Misiryeong, Hangyeryeong, and Jinburyeong, it attracts many tourists who come to enjoy its green deep woods in summer, its colorful foliage in autumn, and its snowy mountain scenery in winter.
32, Gunam-ro 24beon-gil, Haeundae-gu, Busan
Indy Hotel Guesthouse is conveniently located near Haeundae Station on Busan Metro Line 2, from which it's easy to get to the downtown area, with Haeundae Beach a mere 2 minutes away on foot. As a 5-story building with 29 rooms, it can accommodate up to 94 people. There are Double Rooms, Twin Rooms, and Standard Rooms as well as dormitory with capsule rooms that can sleep up to 6 and 8. Room rates are inclusive of free breakfast. The guesthouse also features free sauna, lounge, terrace, cafeteria, coin laundry, and shared computer for the convenience of the guests. The lobby is on the 2nd floor, and the entrance to the guesthouse is next to the parking lot. There is a trick art on the wall of the parking lot for fun.
40, Garak-ro 93beon-gil, Gimhae-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
The Gimhae Hanok Experience Hall built by Gimhae city and run by Gimhae Culture Foundation offers ondol-style rooms for the visitors.
17, Gyeonggang-ro 2103beon-gil, Gangneung-si, Gangwon-do
The Jungang Branch of the Gangneung Guest House is situated near the Gangneung Bus Terminal; all bus services pass by the guest house, so guests can get around the whole area very easily by taking the bus. The guest house also offers easy access to surrounding tourist attractions as it is only ten minutes away from Gangneung Station and three minutes away from Jungang Market, both on foot. As a cozy communal space for guests, the lobby is ideal for enjoying a party with food and drinks. The guest house has a variety of rooms including dormitory rooms for 4-10 persons, single rooms, rooms for 2 persons etc. Even group stay is also available. Dormitary room rates based on one person; for twin rooms, extra 20,000 won charged for additional guest.
22, Baraemi-gil, Bonghwa-eup, Bonghwa-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
The House of Sogang is an approximately 110-year-old house located in the village of Baraemi in Bonghwa-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do. It was originally built for and presented to Kim Chang-gi (pen-name: Sogang), a well-known local Confucian scholar who served as the head of the Dosanseowon Confucian Academy, and who happened to be the second son of Kim Roe-sik (pen-name: Namho), the great-grandfather of the current owner.
Furthermore, the House of Namho, which is situated behind the House of Sogang, was built for the first son of Kim Roe-sik, one of the richest men in the region, who borrowed money using his entire property as security and donated it to a war chest. He won an official commendation for his role in helping secure national independence in 1977.
The entire village pf Baraemi is composed of traditional square-shaped houses with tiled roofs set amid a clean and peaceful atmosphere, for which it was designated as a Traditional Cultural Village way back in 1922. The name of the village, Baraemi, implies that it was originally situated by the sea, and many shell remains have been found in paddy fields and puddles there over the last 60 years.
The House of Namho is a typical square-shaped house with a tiled roof, and comprises a tall gate, a front courtyard, a sarangchae (men’s quarters) with maru (wooden floor), an inner courtyard, and a bonchae (main building) among its various structures. The main construction material of the house is Chunyang pine wood, which is a rarely used these days. Thanks to the owner-family’s dedicated maintenance and care, the house has been preserved in good condition. As the typical residence of a nobleman of the late Joseon period, the house is decorated with simple interior objects including an old electric fan and a cabinet inlaid with mother-of-pearl.
The house has seven guestrooms in total: The sarangchae consists of the Keunsarang and Jakeunsarang, each with a capacity of 4 to 5 people, and the Araetbang with a capacity of 2 to 3 people. In summer, guests can rent the Jakeunsarang and Sarangdaecheong together, or the Araetbang and Marutbang together, in order to have more space.
In addition, the anchae has a sangbang with a capacity of 3 to 4 people, while the mugangchae consists of Mungangbang 1, which is a red clay floor-heated room, and Mungangbang 2, which can accommodate 2 to 5 people. In summer it is possible to rent the entire House of Sogang, which can accommodate anywhere from 22 to 34 people (if the Sarangmaru and Marutbang are also rented).
Guests of the Keunsarang and Jakeunsarang can use a communal refrigerator, and the entire building has Wi-Fi access. Clean bedding is also provided. Although the house doesn’t provide a breakfast, the owner offers guests sweetcorn, sweet potatoes, fruit, etc. The house is also equipped with a BBQ facility, so guests can enjoy a BBQ party in the evening.
Guests can easily reach various nearby cultural heritage sites, including Muryangsujeon Hall of Buseoksa Temple, Sosuseowon Confucian Academy, which was the first Confucian Academy of Korea, Ojeon Mineral Spring, Daksil Village, and Chukseosa Temple.
188, Sinchon-gil, Yangpyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do
Yangpyeong is located in Gyeonggi-do on the outskirts of Seoul. The close distance from Seoul makes Yangpyeong the ideal choice for quick family trips, corporate trainings, group seminars and more leisure activities.
1400, Jungnyeong-ro, Punggi-eup, Yeongju-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Sobaeksan Punggi Spa Resort, which sits gently at the foot of the Sobaeksan Mountain, has a wide variety of facilities and amenities, as well as a great view.
The resort has an outdoor spa, a 25m outdoor swimming pool, ‘Aqua Play’ (amusement facility for kids), a kids pool where little kids can enjoy swimming safely, a ‘Bade Pool’ (a German high-tech water therapy system), and Yeonhwajeong, a great restaurant to enjoy delicious Korean food.
There is also a great spot to have an outdoor barbeque party with your family and friends while enjoying the great taste of Hanwoo (locally grown beef regarded as a premium beef because of its high palatability and desired chewiness). Sobaeksan Punggi Spa Resort aims to be the No.1 spa resort for the locals as well as tourists.
12-16, Dongcheon-ro 107beon-gil, Busanjin-gu, Busan
Residence Mumum is the first residence hotel in Busan to offer comfortable guestrooms and hotel services. The rooms are furnished with a kitchen, washing machine, and breakfast cafeteria big enough to throw a small party with friends, making it a suitable place for business travelers and tourists staying in Korea for a lengthy period of time. Some of Busan’s popular tourist attractions include Haeundae Beach, Gwangalli Beach, Taejongdae, Nampodong Street, and Gukje Market. Jagalchi Market is the place to go if you want to get a taste of freshly caught sliced raw fish.
33, Buryongsu-gil, Aewol-eup, Jeju-si, Jeju-do
The Jeju Olle Resort offers guest a peaceful stay with nature surround the complex. Here guests can stay in luxury villas with their own private pools, and can indulge themselves in the many specialized facilities including spas, restaurant and cocktail bars.