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Although location is good, close to the center of Itaewon with 2 metro stations nearby, it is not easy to find. Location on maps on TripAdvisor, Booking.com and Hostelworld all seem to be incorrect, especially because male and female rooms are two separate buildings which...More
- located walking distance from 2 stations (Itaewon and Hangangjin)
- free coffee, tea, bread and jams
- shampoo and body cleanser are provided
- blankies and a face towel are provided
- good wifi connection
- has a microwave
Awesome place to stay! You can either share a room with other guests or get your own private room. The private rooms are really small but who cares! You're staying in a hostel, what's most important is you have a comfortable place to rest your...More
Hostel is well located albeit a little difficult to find without looking carefully with it being above a restaurant. Good facilities albeit very busy. Very friendly staff who were helpful, and the pricing was good. Albeit I renewed for an extra day while there wand...More
It was propably, no, for sure one of the best hostels I´ve ever stayed in. It's years ago, but I still remebember nearly everything. I had a great time there. My arrival was the starting point for this experience. I arrived in the later evening...More
Neighboring the immense Yongsan American Garrison, Itaewon was once shunned by locals as a seedy, red light district. But within the past few years, Itaewon and its surrounding neighborhoods such as Kyunglidan and Haebangchong have undergone a major revival to quickly become one of Seoul’s hottest areas. Here, trendy international restaurants dot the area alongside hip lounge bars and some of Seoul’s hottest
club venues. After dark, Itaewon comes into its own as one of Seoul’s top party scenes. The crowd is a fascinating patchwork of all backgrounds and identities, including a small but thriving Muslim community (centered on Korea’s sole mosque), the LGBT community (with a string of popular bars and clubs), and a wide range of ethnicities and cultures scattered around. Those seeking a quiet respite should head towards the eastern end, in Hannam-dong, which not only has one of Korea’s best art museums, the Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, but plenty of mid-range to upscale restaurants and cafes.