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[kozaza stay] Chiwoonjung Hanokstay @Bukchon, Seoul

Bukchon is surrounded by Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace and Jongmyo Shrine. It is a classic residence area in Seoul where hanok (traditional Korean house) is concentrated with many historical landmarks, and cultural properties, it is also refer as street museum in.
Chiwoonjung, located in Bukchon Gahwa-dong, is also between Gyenbok Palace and Changgyeong Palace. The name Chiwoonjung is the name of pavilion which Kings stopped by during their road to palace.
High ranking officers and noble families also found this place to flourish politics, culture and art. It was the epicenter of Joseon Dynasty’s 500-year-old history.
As we entered to modern era, the place fainted from our memory. Lee Sook Hee, current owner who also runs prestigious Korean restaurant Durae for 25 years, carried on extensive renovation.
The renovation aimed for not only having modern taste comfortableness, but also bridging the 500-year-old Joseon Dynasty with modern times. Since modern appliances are mostly hidden, visitors can feel better Korean traditional beauty and taste than regular hanok, as well as same convenience of top class hotels.
Chiwoonjung is where 600 year-old-history lives. We are ready to add your precious time on that history with sincerity and pleasure.

Address: Gahoe-dong, Jongno-gu, Seoul

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Room 1. An_Bang (Main Room)

0304It is connected to a small garden and an upper floor. Our most spacious guestroom, it allows our guests to experience the beauty and charm of Korea’s beautiful traditional amenities, including wooden furniture and handicrafts.

Area: 43.4sqm

Composition: Bedroom, Antechamber, Bathroom

You can book Chiwoonjung Hanokstay An_Bang(Main Room) HERE at kozaza



Room 2. Daechungbang (Main Floored Room)

0506This room is part of the Main House, along with the Anbang. Looking out from its bedroom, you will be overcome by the stunning views of Bukchon village and its traditional Koreanstyle houses. Like the Anbang, it is connected to a small garden and an upper floor.

Area: 54.5sqm
Composition: Bedroom, Antechamber, Bathroom

You can book Chiwoonjung Hanokstay Daechungbang (Main Floored Room) HERE at kozaza



Room 3. Sarangcha (Detached House)


A seperate area with a small space that can be used as a teahouse, this part of Chiwoonjung consist of a series of indivisual buildings. It combines the functionality of contemporary accessories with a traditional Korean-style house structure.

Area: 37.7sqm
Composition: Bedroom, Antechamber, Upper Floor, Bathroom

You can book Chiwoonjung Hanokstay Sarangcha (Detached House) HERE at kozaza



Room 4. Byeoldangchae (Auxiliary House)

0910This facility is seperated from the other guestrooms by a beautiful garden. You can watch the seasons change while marveling at the calssical grace and dignity of Chiwoonjung.

Area: 20.5sqm
Composition: Bedroom, Antechamber, Bathroom

You can book Chiwoonjung Hanokstay Byeoldangchae (Auxiliary House) HERE at kozaza




11▲ Service: Aroma Bath
Chi Woon Jung’s bathtubs and picturesque gardens offer visitors the ultimate in rest and relaxation, offering them an ideal chance to commune with nature.


12▲ Service: Dry Sauna
Designed with red clay, the floor and outer walls are built with red redar.


13▲ Service: Dining
Chi Woon Jung’s dishes are made by the chef of the Korean restautant ‘Durae’. ‘Durae’ is internationally acclaimed by Wall Street, Asahi TV, Fuji TV, and is a recognized Korean restaurant that provides the freshest traditional Korean foods.


14▲ Service: Culture Events
Chi Woon Jung offers you a chance to savor a taste of the best of Korea.


15▲ Service: Room Service
Breakfast, Dinner / Providing traditional robe / fresh bedding (morning and evening) / tea service (morning and evening)








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