Guest House 201 is located in Bukchon Hanok Village in the Gahoe-dong neighborhood of Jongno-gu, which was once the center of ancient Seoul. This traditional hanok (Korean-style house) sits close to the starting point of the path along the Eight Scenic Views of the village, and serves the various needs of its visitors, providing them with assistance with travel, corporate workshops and seminars. Offering a homey atmosphere under its motto of “Travelers First,” this friendly house is fitted with a kitchen that’s open 24/7, and includes the free use of a washing machine, a small garden, and an outdoor seating area.There is a vegetable garden on the rooftop during the summer, part of a common and nature-oriented lifestyle in the center of the city.
The house is conveniently located close to some of Seoul’s top tourist attractions including Samcheong-dong, Insa-dong, Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung Palace, and Gwanghwamun Gate. The host, who traveled around the world for many years, is dedicated to providing a place for the exchange of information and assistance for visitors to Seoul and Bukchon Hanok Village. The house offers foreign visitors a chance to try patbingsu (shaved ice with sweetened red beans and other toppings) during the summer or to make kimchi jeon (kimchi pancake) and enjoy it with a few glasses of makgeolli (rice wine) during the spring and autumn.
You can book Hanok Guesthouse 201 HERE at kozaza