‘Hanok’ is an architectural term describing traditional Korean houses. Each Hanok is built according to its regional environments – such as distance and direction of the wind, water, land and mountains. And now you can book a hanok stay in Korea for a more authentic and unique experience!
The raw materials used in Hanok, such as soil, timber, and rock, are all-natural and recyclable and do not cause pollution. Hanoks have their own tiled roofs, wooden beams and stone-block construction.
The Jeju Hanok Hotel Hallagung is located in Seogwipo. The natural grandeur of the area may be enjoyed at Hallasan National Park, Jeju Volcanic Island, and Lava Tubes. At the same time, cultural highlights include Lee Jung Seop Street and Seokbujak Museum. Jeju Waterworld and Seogwipo Astronomical Science & Culture Center are also worth exploring.
Make yourself at home in one of the 25 bedrooms, which include refrigerators and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your amusement.
Coffee/tea makers and complimentary bottled water are provided, as are phones with free international calls.
When staying here, you’ll be within a 15-minute drive of Seogwipo Maeil Olle Market and Hallasan National Park.
The Cheongchunjae Hanok Home is a recently constructed Hanok style house located in Seoul. We say ‘house’ because it is more like a typical home within a Hanok setting – kind of what a traditional Hanok would look like if it was made today.
Because this is a complete house, you will have a fantastic private Hanok style experience. With two bedrooms, this property can accommodate up to four people making it an excellent choice for a family or a smaller party.
This is another Hanok stay in Korea that blends traditionality with modern times. It is in Seoul, and a train station is just a short walk away – perfect for tourists.
It is a simple yet beautiful Hanok guesthouse with both private or shared bathrooms and air conditioning. There is also a beautiful shared courtyard where you can sit and chat away, a small kitchen and a dining area with a TV. They even have free WiFi here.
If you’re short on time or simply don’t want to spend too much time traveling, Cheong Yeon Jae is the place for you.
It is located in the middle of Korean royal palaces. The entrances to Changgyeong Palace and Changdeok Palace are a 5-minute drive away from here, and Gyeongbok Palace and Gwanghwamun are a 10-minute drive away. Insadong Culture Street can also be reached in 5 minutes.
The floor of this hotel is heated with Ondol, Korean floor heating. They also serve complimentary traditional Korean breakfast daily. Private bathrooms are fitted with a shower, a hairdryer and free toiletries.
This Hanok stay in Korea is a treat for nature lovers. There are large open spaces with ample greenery and a lot of natural sunlight that filters into the rooms. The entire structure is made from wood, adding to the wild and rustic feel. Even when you approach the place from afar, it looks like something out of a fairy tale!
This place was also used by the owner’s family previously, so it’s not a new hotel, but an authentic Hanok.
The Samlockhon Guesthouse is hands down one of the most beautiful Hanoks you’ll ever come across. The lighting gives a traditional yet magical look at night, and it is very atmospheric, with the lights, décor and the courtyard all adding to the experience.
All rooms in the guest house are have a TV and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries.
Buffet and American breakfast options are available, and they also have a laundry service and business facilities like fax and photocopying.
This place has a super simple and minimalist design, lending it a light and airy feel. All the rooms have a seating area, and there is a terrace and a shared kitchen too.
Popular tourist attractions nearby include the Gyeongju National Museum, Anapji Pond and Cheomseongdae.
Step inside, and you will instantly get transported back into the past. The courtyard with its stone boundary and the traditional and rustic look of the place adds to its authenticity.
A simple complimentary breakfast of coffee and toast is provided daily. They also teach about the local culture and have walking tours.
This one is literally named after what it is. The location is perfect for exploring the nearby palaces and Bukchon Hanok village – a lovely cluster of traditional houses.
The rooms have temperature control, cable TV, and a full and modern bathroom. They even have a spa tub and Jacuzzi.
It is a great place to stay in Seoul and still get a different experience than one would expect from there.
This hanok stay in Korea is for those looking for a traditional flavor but in a modern setting. This 3-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk, a concierge service and free WiFi. Each room also has a private bathroom.
They offer an à la carte or Asian breakfast. However, a couple of things to note – the place can be pricey, and they only allow guests that are 18 years or older.
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