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I have to say that i ve had a very good impression about this place. i just stay one night but , finally, I could have stayed more, because the place is wonderful / quiet, rooms are big and very neat, services very good and...More
The makings of a very good place are here, but the owners are overextended and can't give it enough attention. Our room was spacious with 2 windows but the sleeping mats were terribly thin. The courtyard needed sweeping and tidying (we did some of it...More
Went korea twice, 1st time staying in a traditional hanok house. We arrived early around 10 plus, thus, the rooms are not ready. So we deposited our luggage and went to nearby attractions. When we will back around 3plus the rooms are ready. The rooms...More
I had guests visiting Seoul for the first time and they wanted to stay in a traditional house for a couple nights. I took them to the Tea Guesthouse. The owner was late to let us in, but the rooms were great, the mats on...More
My husband and I stayed at the main Tea Guesthouse for 2 nights in early September. It can be hard to find for the first time so keep your eye out for the TripAdvisor signboard just outside the door, on the right hand side of...More
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This historic neighbourhood was traditionally home to Seoul’s middle and upper-classes. Now it’s most famed for its clusters of beautiful, traditional Korean homes (called hanok), many of which are found in Bukchon. Many of these homes have now been converted into restaurants, cafes, shops, and even guesthouses, and their unique architecture offers a look at Korea’s traditional beauty. Samcheongdong’s main and side
streets attract locals and tourists alike for their quaint and charming scenery, while the Blue House (Cheong Wa Dae) serves as the residence for South Korea’s president. Art fans will love exploring the many independent and private art galleries in the area.