HYEHWA1938 Detailed information
HYEHWA1938 is one of the traditional Korean-style houses built roughly in the 1930s, when Korea was under Japanese rule. The house still retains its original form, but it has undergone a series of renovations over the last 80 years and, accordingly, reflects the passage of time. Here, guests may have a glimpse of the modern architectural history of Korea during their stay.
HYEHWA1938 is a traditional Korean-style house with a modern twist. The checkerboard tile floors and walls covered with decorative tiles, along with the courtyard studded with concrete pavers show modernity in perfect harmony with tradition. The low stone wall is inviting and the light pink and dark green color scheme is lively and charming. Covering an area of 120 square meters, HYEHWA1938 consists of two rooms, a kitchen, living room, and two private bathrooms.
More options ※ It was prepared on the basis of host-provided data.Private Bathroom, Toiletries, WIFI/Internet, Fully-equipped kitchen, Open-air bath
HYEHWA1938 is roughly 10 minutes away from Exit 4 of Hyehwa Station (Subway line 4) and right next to Olympic Memorial Civic Center bus stops (bus stop nos. 01-521 and 01-852).