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Place is handily located just 5 minutes walk from Sinchon subway, which connects easily to the city centre
The place is basic but fine. Bedding and rooms simple but sufficient. Kitchen area downstairs but we didn't use that.
Service was great. We arrived after an...More
Every time I look for an accommodation for travel, I always consider three important things:
1. Distance from the train station: More than 5 minutes' walk is difficult for me. When you're coming back home to your hotel after walking for 12,000 steps that day,...More
I spent only one night and I regret so much.
This place is so great. Well located (near Sinchon subway station).
Very friendly staff, small but very clean room (TV, wifi, fridge, heater).
Definitely come back there next time.
This is a good option if you're looking for privacy and convenience, but are on a budget. I stayed in a private room with an ensuite bathroom, which at 50,000 won was much cheaper than a room in a B&B or hotel in central Seoul....More
(1) Free PEANUT BUTTER & JELLY sandwiches!
(2) Free EGGS which i am allergic to.
(3) Free COFFEE which I don't drink.
(4) Drinking WATER, hot & cold.
(5) Great location: near Seoul's hot spot of clubs.
(6) Dorm room is super DARK. Wake @...More
Neighbouring Hongdae, the Sinchon / Ewha area by Yonsei University and Ewha Womans University is a popular student hangout spot known for its youthful jovialness. The two respective schools and their beautiful settings are among the best in Korea. As the main demographic in the area are younger students, most of the businesses cater to their tastes with price ranges to match. The plethora of things to do in
the area makes it busy all through the day and night. The area around Ewha is particularly popular with women as it’s famed for its shopping and affordable hair and nail salons.
Response from rozerozeroze | Reviewed this property |
Its generally safe. I've been to Busan 3 times (travelling with a group, family, partner and even on my own). My favourite spot is Nampo-dong and its quite accessible to many must-go spots (which will be suggested by Choc... More
Its generally safe. I've been to Busan 3 times (travelling with a group, family, partner and even on my own). My favourite spot is Nampo-dong and its quite accessible to many must-go spots (which will be suggested by Choc Tree staff, written on their blackboard).
Only episodes I had was going out at night, at Yongdusan Park..where there were homeless/drunk folks saying something in Korean, which my sis understood. Again, they were drunk...
But again....its generally safe, just avoid dark, uncrowded areas 10pm onwards.