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This hotel meets needs but that is just about all. It needs to update its room and provide wifi in all rooms as most other homestay/hotels offer so that the lobby isn't congested with weary travellers in pyjamas trying to milk whatever free wifi they...More
Government hotel, or official tourist hotel approved or some other title.
It's an 80's~ 4.5* hotel that it still well run.
Can't say I was too amazed by it.
needed to stay in that area, that's where it started and ended.
WIR? most likely i...More
We traveled to Seoul, S Korea in May 2011 for the adoption of our son. We weren't able to get a room at our agencies guest house or in The Somerset, which were our first choices. We ended up getting a room at the Seokyo....More
Stayed her for three nights for work recently. The location is good but that's really all they've got. The free lobby wifi is woefully inadequate. One wafer thin pillow on the bed and when I called and asked for one more for me and my...More
Hotel is great, clean, tidy and location is the best ever! So many restaurants close by you can walk for hours through street after street.
Wifi in lobby and bar is average and none in rooms which is a real pain.
5 Thank ikdw
Response from HotelSeokyo7300, 제너럴 매니저 at Hotel SeokyoResponded 29 September 2013
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Carefree enthusiasm is everywhere in this energetic neighborhood centered on Hongik University, Korea’s top art school. From its assortment of murals to the occasional amateur street performances, creativity and expression make up the wild and beating heart of vibrant Hongdae. At the Free and Hope Market (weekends at the Hongdae Children’s Playground) you'll find one of Seoul’s most popular handmade and creative markets
drawing consistent crowds. At Hongdae, there’s never a shortage of things to do and see; food and drink options are nearly endless as are shops and noraebang (karaoke) rooms. Hongdae is also one of Seoul’s top party and club scenes catering to a younger demographic; if a packed club isn’t your scene, you'll also find a range of music venues and bars offering live music in all genres. Although Hongdae has lost much of its unique appeal and undergone rapid commercialization in recent years, be sure to explore Hongdae’s edges in areas such as Sangsu-dong and Yeonnam-dong where Hongdae’s fiercely independent streak still runs freely.