|Bukchon Hanok Village|
|Doo Guesthouse Bukchon 2|
For our trip, my sister and I booked a room in a traditional hanok guesthouse located in Bukchon hanok village. It is one of the coolest experience we had on this trip.
|shared bathroom and kitchen on the right side|
|living room area|
|Photo from http://www.dooguesthouse.com|
|Doo Guesthouse Bukchon 1|
Before checking out, we went to Bukchon 1, the main office of Doo Guesthouse.
They have a wide selection of traditional Korean dress and accessories that guests can borrow.
Doo Guesthouse provides the same service with other backpacker hostels such as free wifi, free breakfast (coffee, tea, bread) but a room with private bathroom will cost more. Also, the walls are paper like and thin so we tend to be cautious in not making a lot of noise especially in night time. We originally planned to stay at Doo Guesthouse during our entire trip but we changed it to overnight stay instead. It's fun but a one off experience to say the least.