It’s a lovely building with beautiful garden. Natural wind cools the heat of blazing summer and Korean ondol (underfloor heating) will warm you in the cold winter night. Located in the heart of the Korean Traditional Village, suited for sightseeing
The guest-house owner works in the café near the house (3min by walk) and would be happy to have you stop-in for a cup of organic fruit tea with a 10% discount! [Caution: this location does not include breakfast. Also, Korea's inn regulations prohibit groups to share a room with different sexes. Couples and families are an exception to this rule. We thank you for your understanding.]
Public Transportation : From the Express Bus Terminal or Core Hotel, take a taxi to the Traditional Village. Simply tell the taxi driver, “Hanok maeul kyodongjip” (Traditional Village Chinese Restaurant). Upon arriving, walk away from the bridge toward the main street. On your left-side there will be a café named “사랑나무 카페.” Behind the café is a small street with a two-storied traditional house and a pink sign that says, “차암.” This is my place!
If you are already sightseeing in the area, start at the main street water-wheel and follow the water-path past PNB toward the Traditional Bridge. On your right there will be a café named “사랑나무 카페.” Behind the café is a small street with a two-storied traditional house with a pink sign that says, “차암.” This is my place!
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If you need any help, call (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or mail me (EMAIL HIDDEN) I can speak English and Japanese as well, so feel free to contact me!
I was a host in South Korea, but recently moved to Canada with my husband. We've decided to start hosting again, so we hope to meet more people!
We're very interested in meeting new people and traveling.
We're available to speak English, Japanese, and Korean.
Feel free to contact us anytime!