Hanok guesthouseHanok Guesthouse Dongchonjae
This accommodation is a traditional hanok that is located beside Gyeongbokgung Palace, where the king lived 600 years ago in the Joseon period, with convenient public transportation. The hanok, which was built in 1939, was recently remodeled. It has a spacious area of 380m2, a large chunk of space that is cannot be found easily in the urban area.
It is open to only one group of guests so privacy is guaranteed. Instead of beds, ondol (floor-heating system) and elegant bedding are used to let guests feel the charms and mood of a traditional hanok.
The house is square-shaped, comprising the inner quarters, outer quarters, and outhouse. Guests can use the inner quarters with a main hall, kitchen, and four rooms as a detached house. The host lives in the outer quarters and outhouse to provide breakfast and traditional experience services.