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[kozaza stay] WWOOF Korea Hanok Guesthouse @Bukchon, Seoul

It is located in Seoul and run both WWOOF Korea office and this guesthouse. This house is what we call Hanok, Korean traditional house with a small green garden. It is located in Bukchon, nestled among Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeok Palace(UNESCO World Heritage site), and Jongmyo Royal Shrine. Bukchon has the largest area of Hanok houses in Seoul and, is one of the most beautiful residential districts in Korea.
There are lots of historical spots and cultural heritage sites, galleries and cafes along the small alleys that meander like a maze. Excellent access to both traditional area and downtown Seoul.






Gaenari Room


Sansuyu Room


floor plan

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You can see inside view at goo.gl/emjXDn

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[kozaza stay] Pine Suite Hanokstay @Bukchon, Seoul

There is true healing of “space heling through Hanok” and quiet and peaceful garden of Changdeok Palace in the Pine suite. The pine suites which is the pine tree house where you can experience Hanok and overlooks Changdeok Palace in Bukchon, Seoul has been built by a space designer, Gyeong Soo Kim for Hanok experience. Since the appearance of Hanok is combined with antique furniture and vintage furniture, this is the cozy and beautiful hanok where you can feel the beauty and modernity of Hanok.


panorama view


Room For Double


Suite Room


Living Room in Suite Room


Bath Room

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[kozaza stay] Bukchon Hanok Guesthouse @Bukchon, Seoul

Bukchon Guesthouse is designed for travelers who want to have an experience of Korean Traditional-style house. When you enter through the main gate, you will find a small yard and the guest units, which are situated in a square around the yard. There is a narrow wooden hallway in front of the rooms, so one can easily move between the rooms. The traditional doors are covered with hanji, or Korean paper, and the nature-friendly interior of the rooms features red clay walls and heated floors. Guest rooms are located on all sides of the rectangular-shaped courtyard. The low-lying stone wall allows guests privacy while maintaining the traditional flavor of the hanok.


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[kozaza stay] Doo Hanok Guesthouse @Bukchon, Seoul

Whether you’re a tourist or traveling on business, Doo Guesthouse is a great choice for accommodation when visiting Seoul. The city center is merely 3 km away and the airport can be reached within minutes. Also within easy reach are Chicken Art Museum, Bukchon Museum, Chang Duk Goong Palace.

Doo Hanok Guesthouse is committed to ensuring that your stay is as comfortable as possible. For the comfort and convenience of guests, it offers tours, room service, Wi-Fi in public areas, laundry service, meeting facilities.


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[kozaza stay] Hanok Guesthouse 201 @Bukchon, Seoul

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.


Family Room


Double Room 1


Double Room 2





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[kozaza stay] Hyosundang Hanokstay @Bukchon, Seoul

Hyosundang Hanokstay is comprised of the anchae (the main building of a house), the bakkatchae (outer quarters), a haengrangchae (an annex), a byeolchae (a separated building) and a Sadang (a shrine); however, it has been restored a few times.
Located in Anguk, hyosundang, is the birthplace of Yun Bosum. The main house is a newly renovated, very relaxing and quiets. Although renovated with the comforts of modern technology, our hanok still retains it’s traditional feeling and is very well preserved. All guests have access to a small comfortable yard. Hyosundang will give you an excellent Hanok experience.

1 Garden


2Main House Room C

Main House Room C

3Byeolchae Room B

Byeolchae Room B

4Byeolchae Room A)

Byeolchae Room A

5Anchae Room A

Anchae Room A

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Hanok, Hanok Village, local, seoul

Bukchon Hanok Village Filled with Korea Tradition and Culture

Bukchon Hanok Village Filled with Korea tradition and culture

List of Hanoksatys at Bukchon

Kundaemunjib, with its 70 year-old tradition, cited in the center of Seoul offers a very special place for those who need to take time off from their routine lives.

Mumum, designed by a renowned craftsman, showing off its refined presence,provides homey and calm layover for anyone burned out from daily lives.
Feel joy and excitement at Soriwool full of music every time.Experience various selection of Korean traditional instruments


Bukchon scenery #1: Panoramic view of Changdeok palace
Panoramic view of Changdoek palace seen from beyond stone walls. Walking out from the Bukchon Cultural Center and climbing up Bukchon hill, you will see the beautiful scenery of Changdeok palace.
Blacksmith’s wood-fired pizza restaurant
An Italian oven made from yellow clay to bake pizzas. Taste the wood-fired pizza baked the moment you order.
Calligraphy Experience
Oriental scent of black ink and ink stone. The soft touch of a brush on drawing paper. Enjoy the beauty of letters.
Rice cake cafe Jilsiru is a beautiful place with a friendly atmosphere where one can enjoy Korean rice cake and tea.
Hansik – Make traditional Korean food
Make and enjoy foods that represent Korea! Kimchi, Bulgogi, Japchae, Ddukbokgi (rice cake dish), Bibimbap, and pepper paste.
Bukchon scenery #2 : Wonseo-dong Gongbang-gil
At the end of Changdeok palace stone walls, you will see traces of those who worked for the Royal House.


북촌 관광안내도 Trourist Map of BUKCHON ]
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List of Hanoksatys at Bukchon

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[kozaza stay/Seoul] Todaki Hanok Guesthouse @Bukchon, Seoul

Todaki hanok guesthouse is situated next to one of the finest high schools, Joongang high school, in central Seoul, which was a setting of a famous Korean drama, ‘Winter Sonata’. Todaki Korean traditional house is newly decorated. We are proud of the tranquility and comfortable atmosphere of Todaki. The rooms and bathrooms are clean and neat. The house has its own beauty and convenience each season, especially the sunshine that keeps the house bright, and luxurious doors which will make the rooms warm during the winter.

* Guidelines and Service
- Free breakfast and bottled water
- Free internet


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[kozaza picks/hanokstay] Hanokstays with Parents in the Parents’ Day


May 8th is the Parents’ Day in Korea, so kozaza picks luxury hanokstays for your parents. How about have a good day with your father and mother in Korean traditional house, hanok.



Cheongsongjae Hanokstay @Bukchon, Seoul

Cheongsongjae is one of the most beautiful hanoks. The harmony of traditional and modern style and interior captivates the attention of visitors. It comprised of two hanoks connected into one, where famous architects have lived for generations. One hanok is used exclusively for guests. The other hanok is home to the owner, but the living room, kitchen, and projection room are shared with the guests.


Cheongsongjae Living Room


Room of Cheongsongjae: 2rooms+living room


movie theatre

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Rakkojae Hanokstay @Bukchon, Seoul

Rakkojae is a very famous Korean traditional culture space with a history of 130 years. Rakkojae was renovated by Human National Treasure – Master Carpenter CHUNG Young-Jin. The harmony of hanok traditional tiles, fence, pavilion, chimney, soy jar stands, pine trees, and blue sky, make the true beauty of hanok shine.


Panoramic view of Rakkojae


Room of Rakkojae: Gunnunbang (Far Bedroom)


Room of Rakkojae: Jungjabang(Patio)

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Haeinjung Hanokstay @Bukchon, Seoul

Haeinjung is a Korean traditional house, which is 200 years old. It is located in the center of the hanok village, a perfect spot to experience Korean culture and traidition. The name of the guesthouse means ‘Sharing happiness with people together’, and the crew of the guesthouse also wish to do the same with every guest visiting Haeinjung. Spend a quality time of your life here with us and build unforgettable memories.


Haeinjung Garden


Room of Haeinjung: Gold Room


Haeinjung Living Room

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CheongYeonJae Hanokstay

‘Clear and clean, so no more important a good relationship means “blue series with” is While preserving the beauty of traditional history of 100 years, Addition to the convenience and sophistication meets era boutique hanok hotel renovations.


CheongYeonJae Garden


“Daon” Room of CheongYeonJae


“City” Room of CheongYeonJae

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