Guesthouse Nuha is a ‘hanok’ or traditional Korean house consisting of four guestrooms located in Nuha-dong, Seochon (west of Gyeongbokgung Palace, Jongno, Seoul) where many Confucian scholars and artists lived during the Joseon Dynasty.
Exuding a refined atmosphere, Guesthouse Nuha is very popular among not only domestic visitors but also foreign tourists who want to experience the flavor of Korea in a cozy hanok. All four guestrooms (An-bang, Sarang-bang, Geul-bang, and Byeol-dang) are covered with eco-friendly hanji (traditional Korean paper handmade from mulberry tree) wallpaper, and are equipped with a thick cotton-wool comforter and pillows imbued with the scent of Hinoki cypress tree to help guests relieve their fatigue.
Breakfast is served free of charge. Guests can also experience traditional Korean culture here, such as playing a Korean musical instrument (janggu or double-headed drum), playing a game of yut in the yard, or wearing hanbok (traditional Korean clothes). Although a local bus service passes through the village, it is highly recommended to take a quiet leisurely around the area.
49-7, Pirundae-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul[Google Map]
telname: Oh U-ui
accomcountlodging: 15 persons
chkcooking: N/A (only available in the communal kitchen)
infocenterlodging: • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-2-3391-0010
reservationlodging: Available (+82-10-9692-1330), http://www.nuhadang.com/default/00/01.php)
reservationurl: www.agoda.com, www.booking.com, www.korean.hostelworld.com
roomtype: Traditional ondol room : An-bang / Sarang-bang / Geul-bang / Byeol-dang
scalelodging: 103㎡, one floor
subfacility: Janggu experience, Hanbok experience, Yut (traditional Korean game)