127 Gonghangmunhwa-ro, Jung-gu, (Unseo-dong) Incheon
Inspire Entertainment Resort désigne un vaste complexe touristique et culturel à Incheon.
Proposant divers espaces thématiques, le centre abrite en particulier un complexe hôtelier 5 étoiles. Le centre propose également un vaste espace de concerts, un parc aquatique, des parcs de verdure, des espaces restauration et shopping, etc.
45, Gadoan 1-gil, Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do
BENIKEA Ariul Hotel is located on a street corner that overlooks the Saemangeum seawall. The hotel’s guests include overseas buyers and business men due to the hotel being located close to Korea’s largest free economic zone. Tourists visiting the Saemangeum are will also benefit from the hotel’s convenient location. It takes only 15 minutes by car to go to Gunsan Airport, and 20 minutes to Gunsan Country Club from the hotel. The hotel has 43 Western-style rooms and two Korean-style rooms.
36, Hanji-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
The Korea's largest "hanok (traditional Korean house)" village in the middle of Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do has been there for hundreds of years. Today, you can see new as well as old houses there. “Inyeon” is one of the traditional Korean houses located near the public parking lot on the outskirts of the hanok village, making it a great place to stay overnight in quiet. The word "inyeon" means "relationship" in Korean, referring to all types of ties with other people. The owner of the guesthouse named the place as such because she is greatful for all the guests and wanted to treat them well. She opened the guesthouse in September 2014. Since then, she has been kind enough to tell her guests which places are good to visit and which foods are delicious. She makes sure all the facilities including sheets and blankets are maintained clean for her guests to have a memorable stay. Built in the 1960's and remodeled in 2008, the traditional house is neat with most of the traditional features. It has four guestrooms named "Apricot Flower", "Orchid", "Chrysenthemum", and "Bamboo". The "Orchid Room" and "Bamboo Room" can accommodate up to seven people. The floor is covered with lacquered traditional Korean paper, and there are a number of traditional items in the room including the Korean gong. The traditional Korean ceiling rafters are visible in all the rooms.
All the rooms are furnished with a bathroom, air conditioner, TV, refrigerator, toiletries, and hair dryer. There is a 200-year-old pomegranate tree in the yard, and a table and chairs right in front of it for the guests to relax on a fair day. The table made of an old door and chairs made of a log under the red pomegranates are one of the most outstanding features of this guesthouse. There are lots of traditional items in the yard with which you can play traditional Korean games such as "yutnori" and "jegichagi", all of which can be used by the guests for free.
66-1, Jeonjucheondong-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Located at the entrance to Namcheongyo Bridge, which flows over Jeonjucheon Stream, Gyodongsalrae is a hanok structure built in 1971. It consists of the sarangchae (men’s quarters), anchae (women’s quarters), and byeolchae (detached House) and has ten guestrooms in total. While the sarangchae is situated near the road, the anchae and byeolchae are located to the rear of the house. Each building has a well-maintained flowerbed filled with seasonal flowers that harmonize perfectly with the beauty of the hanok.
The interior of the house is decorated with a variety of antiques, paintings, embroidery and knitting works, creating a cozy atmosphere. The ten rooms are of different sizes and styles including an ondol (Korean floor heating system) room, a room with a bed, and a darak (garret) room. The sarangchae consists of the Changpobang, Maehwabang, Baerongbang and Mokryeonbang rooms, of which the last two have a terrace with an open view. The anchae consists of a living room (sarangbang) and a room for two people. The byeolchae with a small courtyard has three large rooms with a capacity of four to six people and a separate space for relaxation and breakfast.
68-13, Hanji-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Gaeunchae is a Handol guesthouse located in Jeonju Hanok Village. Among the four Hanok buildings built by a construction company in 1969, two are being operated as a Gaeunchae guesthouse. While turning it into a lodging place, everything related to a private house was removed, but the original form of the building was revived for guests to feel the beauty of the traditional Hanok.
Jeonju Master's Crafts Center, Jeonju Korean Traditional Wine Museum, Seunggwangjae, Dakjongi Hanji Dolls Workshop, etc. are just a stone's throw away. In particular, the pretty alleys are part of the Hanok Village alley tour course 1 operated by Jeonju City.
In the middle of the yard of Gaeunchae are stones refined by hand years ago, including Macheon Stone, Sago Stone, Goheung Stone, Hwangdeung Stone, etc; the southern yard is paved with flat stones such as old granite, bakseok, and mica. Traditional room doors fitted without using any nails and traditional windows add to the gracefulness of Hanok.
25, Guyeong 2-gil, Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do
Opened with the intention of “having a happy journey (yeojeong) together,” Guesthouse Yeojeong is located at the center of Gunsan Modern History Street. Since the street is the most loved by visitors to Gunsan, the location can’t get any better. Main tourist attractions such as Gunsan Modern History Museum, Jinpo Maritime Theme Park, former Gunsan Customs headquarters, former Chosun Bank Gunsan Branch, Japanese-style house (Hirosi house) in Sinheung-dong, and Gongsukda Temple are located on the street and can be accessed from the guesthouse by foot. Chowon Photo Studio, the background of the movie Christmas in August, and Iseongdang as the oldest bakery in the nation are a mere three minutes away on foot. Also located nearby are Gyeongam-dong Railroad Village with old memories, Eunpa Lake Park with a wonderful night view, and Haemang Tunnel as a registered cultural heritage.
With neat facilities and modern interior, Guesthouse Yeojeong is a nice place to stay with family or friends.
The owner couple reside on the first floor, offering help to guests by providing guides to tourist attractions and famous restaurants. The One-Step Room, Two-Step Room, Three-Step Room, and Four- Step Rooms are floor-heated (Ondol), and cotton beddings are provided. The Accompany Room (dormitory) has wooden bunk beds that are suitable for single travelers.
The common living room has photos of Gunsan in the 1920s - 1930s hanging on a wall, with the oil paintings, books, and music on the opposite side creating a cafe-like atmosphere. Breakfast (toast, coffee, tea, eggs, fruits, etc.) is provided every morning.
149-3, Hyanggyo-gil, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
Buyongheon is located in Jeonju Hanok Village. Precisely speaking, Buyongheon is the very next door to Jeonju Hyanggyo (Confucian Temple and School). Across the alley are Jeonju Hyanggyo Culture Center and Wanpanbon Culture Center. If you walk a few more steps, you will reach Jeonju Hanbyeok Culture Center where you can see various performances and experience the culture and foods of Jeonju. Omokdae can be seen from the garden of Buyongheon. Across the Jeonjucheon Stream is the National Intangible Heritage Center.
The beginning of Buyongheon is deeply related with Jeonju Hyanggyo. In around 1935, the local bureaucrats lived around the Hyanggyo after building 12 houses one after another. Most of them came from rich families. These collective houses were called Buyong Houses, which meant rich houses. The name Buyongheon originated from Buyong Houses. The rooms of Buyongheon are composed of Toenmaru Bang, Daecheong Maru Bang, Large Daecheong Maru Bang and Big Sarangchae. The interior of the rooms looks neat with the beauty of blank space as they excluded unnecessary decorations. Carefully prepared breakfast is served upon request made in advance. Visitors can also experience traditional culture such as traditional etiquette education and Korean paper art.
In fall, the yellow leaves of the ginkgo tree in the garden of Jeonju Hyanggyo lights up the roof of Buyongheon. It is recommendable to walk along the Jeonjucheon Stream and take pictures of the colorful murals and the cafes in the Jaman Mural Village located on the left sie of the Hanok Village. It takes 15 minutes from Jeonju Station and 10 minutes from Jeonjuu Express Bus Terminal to Buyongheon by taxi.
6, Bugok 3-gil, Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do
Located in Naun-dong, Gunsan, North Jeolla Province, Sunrise Hill Tourist Hotel is an ideal base camp for a leisurely trip. The hotel is close to Eunpa Recreation Area that offers a great view at night, and Wolmyeong Park, which is an ideal place for walking. There is a ferry terminal 10 min away by car that takes visitors on a tour of the Gogunsan Archipelago, a major tourist site in the city. There are a total of 40 rooms with slight variations in interior and are all furnished with mood lights on the ceiling. All rooms, from the Standard Double to the Deluxe Twin, Deluxe Ondol, and Suites are equipped with a refrigerator, an air conditioner, a bidet, a hairdryer, and an electric kettle. The large-screen TV also has the latest films on demand. All rooms are furnished with air purifiers and UV sterilizers for hygiene and disease prevention. The bathrooms are equipped with water softeners for smoother skin after showers. Suites are barrier-free for guests with disabilities. The hotel offers a rest area equipped with a water cooler and coffee machine, and the front desk offers simple information in English.
5218-18, Chunhyang-ro, Wansan-gu, Jeonju-si, Jeollabuk-do
This is a premium hanok (traditional Korean house) hotel located near Jeonju Hanok Village. As evident from its name, the hotel promises a comfortable stay in a hanok since its opening in 2018. The hanok buildings are built next to one another on a plot spanning 19,840 m2. Each of the 11 buildings is named after the kings of the Joseon Dynasty.
Sejogwan, one of the 11 building, has six rooms, divided between Gold and Silver Rooms. All rooms are furnished with beds, and combine modern comfort with traditional sensibilities. Wooden exposed beams (Gold Room) and window wall facing the scenery outside recreate the unique beauty of hanok, while amenities such as TV, refrigerator, and air conditioning offer a comfortable stay.
The hotel has about 150 parking spots, a hanok cafe, and the Convention Center with spaces such as Daejanggeum Hall, Saimdang Hall, Chungmugong Hall, and Hunminjeongeum Hall. Restaurants such as Samtaegeuk Restaurant, the site of the hotel’s breakfast offering, and Samjogo Restaurant, a Korean restaurant serving lunch and dinnertime, are designated as COVID-19 Safe Restaurants by the city of Jeonju. The hotel is located about 7 min by car to Jeonju Hanok Village, and is close to other famous sights such as Jeondong Catholic Cathedral, Gyeonggijeon Shrine, and Jeonjuhyanggyo Local Confucian School.
49, Guyeong 5-gil, Gunsan-si, Jeollabuk-do
Hinokijam II is a guesthouse located near Wolmyeong-dong Community Service Center, Gunsan. Hinokijam I right across from Wolmyeong-dong Community Service Center has been in business since 2014, whereas Hinokijam II opened in 2015. It's a Japanese-style house regarded as a modern cultural heritage. All the guestrooms are finished with natural materials such as cypress wood and traditional Korean paper, which are known for their health benefits. The "Love," "Moon," and “Floor" rooms are "ondol (floor-heated)" rooms for two, and the "Sky” and “Cloud” rooms are for three. The “Sun” and “Star” rooms with bunk bed can accommodate up to four people, making it a great choice for families and groups. All the rooms are furnished with a bathroom with shower, and there is a small shared kitchen with cookware in the first floor lobby available to the guests at any time of the day. Popular tourist attractions within walking distance from the guesthouse include Chowon Studio where the popular Korean movie “Christmas in August" was filmed, Japanese-style house in Sinheung-dong, Gunsanhang Port, and Gusan Modern History Museum.