This hanok (traditional Korean house) is located deep in the Seochon Village, west of Seoul’s Gyeongbokgung Palace. Its tasteful renovation of a small 33 m2 hanok made it highly popular among the younger guests. The courtyard has a low maple tree and tastefully arranged stones, while the hanok is capable of accommodating up to 2 persons.
This L-shaped hanok has a full window wall facing the living room, which is furnished with a low walnut table and a bathtub. Visitors can enjoy premium tea at the table. The bathtub, which is connected to the table at one end, can be used mainly for a foot bath with bath salts that assist circulation. There is also a restroom in the building.
Nuwa’s bedroom has a circular window, much like the full moon, with a view of the garden and the fringes of the Inwangsan Mountain.
Comment ça marche?
Nombre de places : 2 persons
Heure d'entrée : 16:00
Heure de départ : 11:00
Chambre meublée : Not available
Nourriture et boissons : N/A
Demandes de renseignements et d'information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-504-0904-2313
Des places de parking : Not available (priority parking space available for residents; guests who select the parking option will receive confirmation of availability on the day of the stay)
service de ramassage : Not available
Nombre de chambres : 1
Politique de réservation : Available (+82-504-0904-2313, nuwa.co.kr/reservation)
Page d'accueil de réservation : booking.stayfolio.com
Type de chambre : ※ Room Type - Traditional ondol room
Échelle : 1 above-ground floor (land area 29.32 m2)
3-1, Pirundae-ro 5na-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul