Lonely Planet review
The large communal living room is furnished with comfy armchairs, free computers, a breakfast area and even a bar. Newcomers to Seoul and solo travellers can mix in and mingle easily even when there’s no party raging. The rooms and dorms have air-con and modern en suites; private rooms also have a TV and fridge. It can be messy, but is also a friendly place to park your pack.
Our independent authors have visited Guesthouse Korea and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Seoul.
Services & facilities
- Internet access
- Air conditioning
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