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Vinehouse, 100 years old Traditional Double room2

Private room in house hosted by Minha
2 guests1 bedroom2 beds1 private bath
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- A guesthouse, 4 rooms in total, this is one of them.
- Everyday, different Korean traditional Breakfast
- 1-2 guests (3 guests are not available)
- Private toilet/bathroom inside the room
- Shared livingroom (breafkast is prepared here)
- Located in the oldest village in Seoul, central location(near Gyeongbokgung Station), easily access to all historic and cultural places
- Walk to Gyengbokgung Palace, Bukchon, Samcheong-dong, Insa-dong
- Direct bus from the Incheon Airport

The space
* If you are looking for a place where you can experience real Korean traidional and old culture and housing, my place will be perfect. This house is my family's heritage which my mom was born and her grandparents had livied for all their lives. My family lived here for long time, but now it's used as a guesthouse for foreign travelers who want to stay in the oldest village and visit historic and cultural places.

* You can access easily to plenty of historic places, cultural places and shopping areas.
Seoul is one of the biggest capital in the world. Although my place is located in the extremely central area in Seoul, sometimes you need to take a subway or bus to go to interesting places.

* Lists where you can access easily from my place
1. Gyeongbokgung Palace : 5 mins by foot
2. Tonin traditional street market : 3 mins by foot
3. Cheongwadae, Korean presidential residence : 3 mins by foot
4. Bukchon Hanok Village (Samcheong-dong) : 15 mins by foot
5. Gwanghawmun square : 10 mins by foot
6. Changdeokgung Palace : 3 mins by subway
7. Insa-dong / Jogyesa Temple : 20 mins by walk / 3 mins by subway
7. Bukhansan National Park (mountain) : 15 mins by direct bus in front of my house
8. Myeong-dong, Namsan Tower
9. Gwangjang Market : 20 mins by subway
10. Ehwa Women's Univ. / Hongik Univ.(Hondae) : 25 mins by subway

* Room is not that big as hotels or apartment because my house is over 100 years old without renovation.

Guest access
- Free 100Mb Wi-Fi
- Free Bath goods (shampoo, towel and soap) and hair dryer
- Korean style living room(share with other people), called 'maru' -- Free PC and TV
- Korean style garden & modern kitchen
- Free washer for clothes
- Sometimes we have free concerts in the garden.

Other things to note
Little things are provided in the house, such as T-money cards for public transport (electronic cards for you to use and top up), an international plug adaptor and an umbrella.
- A guesthouse, 4 rooms in total, this is one of them.
- Everyday, different Korean traditional Breakfast
- 1-2 guests (3 guests are not available)
- Private toilet/bathroom inside the room
- Shared livingroom (breafkast is prepared here)
- Located in the oldest village in Seoul, central location(near Gyeongbokgung Station), easily access to all historic and cultural places
- Walk to G…

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Location

Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Seochon Village is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Jongno-gu, Seoul, traditionally associated with Joseon era (1392~1910) and Korean literature. In Seochon, there are huddles of traditional Korean houses in small alleyways that still remain the same since 500 years ago. Here and there, travelers could find beautiful cafes, galleries, boutique shops, and restaurants hidden in these alleys. Take a stroll around the old, narrow alleyways of Seochon Village where past meets present.

The old hanok houses lining the long alleys well harmonize with newly emerging shops and stores. Walking through the alleys that resembles a big maze, visitors will be nicely surprised by murals and adorable pictures.

There are thousands of great restaurants(Korean/Japanese/Chinese/Italian/Spanish/vergertarian), cafes and bars, traditional street market and modern supermarket are located within 5 mins from my place. No worries for eating. This village is one of the most crowd places to gather for dinner and drinking alcohol.
Seochon Village is one of the oldest neighborhoods of Jongno-gu, Seoul, traditionally associated with Joseon era (1392~1910) and Korean literature. In Seochon, there are huddles of traditional Korean houses in…

Hosted by Minha

Joined in August 2012
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Since I was born in Seoul in 1989, I've been living in oldest village of Seoul. Our family had lived in Bukchon village over 17 years, then moved to here. (next to Gyeongbokgung) Currently, I am studying art theory, art philosophy and aesthetics. I love to travel, meet new friends, try international foods and experience traditional things. Hopefully, see you!!
Since I was born in Seoul in 1989, I've been living in oldest village of Seoul. Our family had lived in Bukchon village over 17 years, then moved to here. (next to Gyeongbokgung) C…
During your stay
Since we are living in Vinehouse as well, we can communicate well with you all. You can tell us whatever you are feeling uncomfortable and we can show you how to get to all tourist places. If you want to purchase tickets for concerts or entrance, we can do it for you.
We have a person who is speaking English really fluently.
Since we are living in Vinehouse as well, we can communicate well with you all. You can tell us whatever you are feeling uncomfortable and we can show you how to get to all tourist…
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House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 pm
Checkout: 11:00 am
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Health & safety
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Carbon monoxide alarm
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