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Location is good for those love shopping as Dongdaemun is only 5 minutes away.
Room wise is not huge with small kitchenette, fridge and microvawe. The bathroom is very small. 2 bottles mineral water is provided for first night only. There is water dispenser along...More
this is my choice every time i visit seoul. i love shopping at dongdaemum so i must book a hotel in the area.
the location is good, near the subway and reasonable distance to shop around dongdaemum.
the room is refurnished but the room size...More
It was my first trip to Seoul with my eldest sister and my brother in law. We were all excited to step fought on the country that is one of the hotspots of the world, just hundred miles off the DMZ.
Seoul was about an...More
Good Hotel very close to DongDaemun. Walking distance around 5 minutes walk. The hotel airport stop right in front of this hotel and it is also very close to MRT which make it very convenient.
Wifi connection is good
Very good location. Airport limo Bus stop in front of the hotel. Near subway and post office. A bit old and small room. Still worth for money. Can leave luggage at the hotel. Friendly and helpful staff.
For shopping enthusiasts, Dongdaemun is a must visit. Enormous shopping centres – stacked with multiple levels of boutique and independent shops – offer the latest in Korean fashion, cosmetics, accessories, and other goods while prices are relatively low. The night shopping (between late night and early morning) is particularly well known here, making Dongdaemun a place where you can literally shop until you drop. If
fashion isn't what you’re looking for, the long-running wholesale markets nearby sell everything from cloth to utensils at lower prices. The rows of food stalls that set up at night ensure shoppers get refueled, and foodies will enjoy checking out nearby Sindang-dong’s Tteokbokki Town as well as some non-Korean offerings from the Central Asian Village near Dongdaemun.