76-3 Hahoejongga-gil, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do (경상북도 안동시 하회종가길 76-3)
Damyunjae est une demeure hanok situé à Andong dans le village Hahoe. Construite dans les années 1980, il s'agit d'un très bon exemple des demeures hanok construites de manière traditionnelle. La demeure se distingue par son côté haut de gamme et ses matériaux dignes du patrimoine culturel de la Corée. Le site a notamment reçu la visite de la reine d'Angleterre en 1999 dans le cadre de son 73ème anniversaire. Le site offre désormais des formules d'hébergement adaptés pour la détente et la découverte du patrimoine.
128, Dongni-ro, Gochang-eup, Gochang-gun, Jeollabuk-do
Gochangeupseong Fortress Hanok Village located in Gochang-gun, Jeollabuk-do is comprised of seven houses with tiled roofs. Built by Gochang-gun Office in July 2014 and managed by a company commissioned for the maintenance of the estate, it’s designed after the traditional Korean house with guestrooms attached to the government office within Gochangeupseong Fortress. The seven stand-alone buildings make sure that the guests have some privacy during their stay. There are a total of 11 rooms. The first building, called “Moyangjigwan”, is designed after the old guestroom for high-ranking officials and foreign envoys passing through the region. It has two rooms, which are called “Junghwaje” and “Gunjajeong”. The second building, called “Binpungdang”, is a traditional Korean house designed after the main building of an actual traditional Korean house that served as the residence of the official in charge of the region. This also has two rooms called "Muilje" and "Binaje", both of which can accommodate between two and three people. The third one, called “Sugwidang”, has two rooms named “Uhaje” and “Sungdeokje”. The fourth building, called “Eunyangdang”, has two rooms named "Yongdeokje" and "Yuseongje", which can accommodate between two and three people each. The "Yongdeokje" is furnished with a bed. The last three houses, called "Agwanjeong", "Dongnijeong", and "Dongbaekjeong", are stand-alone buildings, and each can accommodate up to three people. The buildings and rooms are clean, and are characterized by their shiny wood. There is an open space with wooden floor between the rooms called "daecheongmaru", and a yard in front of the buildings. The rooms are furnished with a bathroom, TV, air conditioner, refrigerator, built-in closet, Wi-Fi, and cable TV. Right next to the Hanok Village is a pottery workshop and emobroidery workshop for visitors to experience traditional Korean art. There are a number of tourist destinations in the vicinity of the Hanok Village, such as Gochang County Art Museum, Gochang Culture Center, and Gochang County Library, which is within Gochang Culture Center. Another must-visit is the Gochang Pansori Museum, where various pansori materials donated by a number of pansori masters from Gochang are on display. There are a number of large country clubs in Gochang, such as Seonun Country Club, Gochang Country Club, and Seokjeong Country Club. There is a parking lot that can hold up to 150 cars for the guests right next to the Hanok Village.
5218-24, Chunhyang-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
The Royal Room is a hanok (traditional Korean house) hotel encapsulating Jeonju’s spirit as a city of tradition and art, and the exemplar of the state of Joseon. The hanok buildings are built next to one another on a plot spanning 19,840 m2 in Daeseong-dong, inspired by the unique elegance and understated extravagance of Joseon’s royal culture.
11 residential buildings are all named after the kings of the Joseon Dynasty. Taejonggwan is one of them, containing six rooms in total. Each room is a self-contained unit made up of bedrooms and restrooms, furnished with a combination of hanok’s unique charms and modern comfort. The view of the wooden exposed beams, paintings on the wall, and the view of nature beyond the window wall recreate the unique scenery of the hanok. All rooms are also equipped with modern comforts such as wireless Internet, TV, refrigerator, and air conditioning.
The hotel has about 150 parking spots, a hanok cafe, and theConvention Center with spaces designed for large meetings and events. Samtaegeuk and Samjogo Restaurants are designated as COVID-19 Safe Restaurants by the city of Jeonju. The hotel is located about 7 min by car to Jeonju Hanok Village, and is close to other famous sights such as Jeondong Catholic Cathedral, Gyeonggijeon Shrine, and Jeonjuhyanggyo Local Confucian School, which make ideal half-day trip destinations.
33-5, Jukseong-ro, Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do
H Motel is located on the Gunsan Modern Culture Street. Tourist sites like the Gunsan Modern History Museum, Gunsan Modern Art Museum, Japanese House in Sinheung-dong (formerly Hirotsu House), Jinpo Marine Park, and
Chowon Photo Studio, the filming site of the film Christmas in August, making it a perfect place to stay for those who wish to explore Gunsan on foot. Having opened in August 2019, it boasts clean, cutting-edge facilities and a tasteful modern interior. There are 26 rooms in total, including the Ondol Room (heated floor), Standard Room, Twin Room, and Family Room. All rooms are furnished with a makeup table, standard table, mini-fridge, electric kettle, clothes hangers, basic cosmetics, and a hairdryer, which makes it a convenient place for backpackers and family guests alike. For smaller children, bed guards are available upon request.
The motel also offers a free snack bar, equipped with instant noodle cooker, ice dispenser and water cooler, coffee machine, and toaster. Each room is provided with a packet of instant noodles as well as fried eggs, toast, jam, and cookies in the morning. All rooms are equipped with wireless and cable Internet access, while the concierge is equipped with a common PC and multi-function printer.
5218-20, Chunhyang-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
This hanok hotel combines the unique aesthetics of hanok (traditional Korean house) and modern amenities. It is located close to Jeonju Hanok Village and offers excellent access to nearby tourist sites. 14 hanok buildings are located upon a plot of land spanning 1,9840 m2. Each of the 11 buildings is named after the kings of the Joseon Dynasty, which is reflected in the name of the hotel, “Royal Room.” The hotel invokes Jeonju’s status as the historic origin of the Joseon Dynasty and an exemplar of its culture.
Munjonggwan, one of the 11 buildings in the complex, has eight rooms, divided between Gold and Silver Rooms. Each room is a self-contained unit made up of bedrooms and restrooms, furnished with the unique comfort of hanok. The view of the wooden exposed beams (Gold Room) and chirping insects beyond the window wall create an experience that can only be had in the Royal Room.
The hotel has about 150 parking spots, a hanok cafe, and a Convention Center with spaces such as Daejanggeum Hall, Saimdang Hall, Chungmugong Hall, and Hunminjeongeum Hall. Samtaegeuk and Samjogo Restaurants are designated as COVID-19 Safe Restaurants by the city of Jeonju. The hotel is located about 7 min by car to Jeonju Hanok Village, and is close to other famous sights such as Jeondong Catholic Cathedral and Gyeonggijeon Shrine.
90, Oncheon-ro, Onjeong-myeon, Uljin-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do
+82-10-9680-3008 / +82-10-3552-6340
Backam Springs Hotel in the Baegam Hot Springs Special Tourist Zone in Uljin-gun, Gyeongsangbuk-do has a long history. It began as an inn with the same name in 1930, and descendants of the original owner of the inn rebuilt the inn and named it "Baekcheon Hotel" and today's "Baeam Springs Hotel." A number of popular tourist attractions such as Wolsongjeon Pavilion, Manghyangjeong Pavilion, and Seongnyugul Cave are within a 30-minute walk from the hotel. There is also a great hiking trail leading to Baegamsan Mountain right behind the hotel. The most popular destination among hikers and tourists visiting the area is Sinseon Valley, where nature is well-preserved. The hotel has various types and sizes of Korean- and Western-style guestrooms for guests to choose from according to their needs and budget. The hotel has a spa using natural alkaline hot spring water at 50℃. The water also contains radium, which is good for the autonomic nervous system, heart, and liver as well as for stroke patients.
20, Onhyejungma-gil, Andong-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do
Ongyejongtaek Sambaekdang is a hanok restored on the site where Ongye Yihae, older brother of Toegye Yi Hwang, used to live. Being the headquarters of the rightoue army against the Japanese, the house was burned by the Japanese military authority in 1896 but restored with support from the government and others, and it was finally completed in May 2011. It is the 500-year old chestnut tree, symbol of the village, which welcomes guests first. The house itself is not old but the atmosphere of the family dominates the building with dignity. Small decorations such as a wooden table, floor cushions, and mother-of-pearl furniture pieces are all nice to look at. There are 7 rooms altogether with bathrooms or air conditioners depending on the room size. There are a shared shower facility and a laundromat outside the rooms, with shared kitchen, warehouse, and a big floor. Cooking is not allowed in the rooms but outdoor barbecue facilities are available for a group of 10 or more who inquire in advance. Tea ware pouch making or Hanji craft programs are conducted based on the reservation at a charge. In the village where the house is located, there are several historic and natural sites such as Nosongjeongjongtaek where Toegye Yihwang was born, Nongamjongtaek, Toegyejongtaek, Dosanseowon Confucian Academy, Advanced Center for Korean Studies, Cheongryangsa Temple, and Dosan Spa.
5218-6, Chunhyang-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
This hanok (traditional Korean house) hotel is located near Jeonju Hanok Village. The hotel complex stands on a plot of land spanning 19,840 m2, containing 11 residential buildings and other facilities. Modern hanok buildings are built on a line, blending with the surrounding nature to offer a comfortable stay. The name of the hotel is evident in the 11 residential buildings, all named after the kings of the Joseon Dynasty.
Sunjonggwan has six rooms in total. The rooms are divided into Gold and Silver Rooms, and are classified into Grade 2, Grade 3, and Grade 5 rooms, after the grading system used for government officials during the Joseon Period. Gold Rooms are located on the second floor, while the 1st floor is occupied by the Silver Rooms. Each room is furnished with a combination of hanok’s unique charms and modern comfort. Exposed wooden beams fill the room with a gentle scent of wood, while window walls offer an expansive view of the scenery outside.
Restaurants such as Samtaegeuk Restaurant, the site of the hotel’s breakfast offering, and Samjogo Restaurant, a Korean restaurant serving lunch and dinnertime, are designated as COVID-19 Safe Restaurants by the city of Jeonju. The Convention Center, which houses a hanok cafe, also offers a number of different facilities for the guests. It takes only 10 min by car to reach most tourist sites in Jeonju.
123-6, Donggul-ro, Donghae-si, Gangwon-do
Hotel Picasso is a dark modern building with more than 50 rooms and a parking lot on the ground floor. There are traditional Korean rooms, rooms with a bed, and vacation home-type rooms. The Garden VIP Suite Room can accommodate up to five people, and it comes with an outdoor kitchen and barbecue facility for guests to cook. There is a desktop computer in some of the rooms, so those who need one can ask for a room with a computer when making a reservation. Nearby tourist attractions include the Cheongok Cave, a limestone cave with a total depth of 1,400 meters, located in the downtown area, and Chuam Beach, which is a popular destination among families during the summer. There is also Mureung Valley in between Dutasan Mountain and Cheongoksan Mountain for those looking for a quiet place to relax during the hot summer days.