|Joseonwangga (Royal Residence) (조선왕가)|
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|This hanok, built in the 1800s, once belonged to Lee Geun, the grandson of King Gojong from the Joseon Dynasty. It was then moved to its current location and restored into a hanok-style hotel. It offers accommodation, resting areas, healing programs and cultural spaces.|
|Ondol (Korean-style beddings and floor heating system)|
|Number of Guestrooms|
(2-person rooms: 14 / 5-person rooms: 1 / 7-person rooms: 2 / 10-person rooms: 1)
|Room Amenities (Colored backgrounds designate availability)|
* The room rate is the lowest price for this accommodation. Rates may vary according to season, room type and whether or not guests are entitled to discount rates. Please make sure to check the exact rate in advance before making your reservations. The room rate listed above is subject to change.
|10% VAT (not included in room rates)|
|N/A (included in room rates)|
|Available (Included in room rates)|
|Seminar room, art gallery, Oriental Medicine History Museum, outdoor camping site|
|Assistance for Foreigners (Available Languages)|
|English. Japanese. Chinese. Vietnamese. Mongolian|
(Seoul Subway Line 1).
Leave the subway station, and take the Joseongwangga Shuttle Bus.
(The shuttle bus service is available for groups of 8 or more, and requires advanced reservations.)
Soyosan Station (Seoul Subway Line 1).
Leave the subway station, and take Bus 39-2 to Tongjae (통재입구).
Transfer to Bus 56-1, and get off at Military Unit 8297 (8297부대).