Everything is on the horizontal road.
Seochon Yoohee is not a vertical hotel with high-rise buildings, but a horizontal hotel with unique shops alongside the stay.
and a horizontal hotel loosely connected to Seochon's walkable alleyways.
Just like the amenities on each floor of a vertical hotel, the alleyways of Seochon Yoohee are horizontally arranged to keep you entertained during your stay.
facilities to keep you entertained during your stay are distributed in a horizontal alleyway.
The intricate alleyways of Seochon have a charm and charm that is unique to the town. The age-old buildings and quiet streets energize people.
Traveling down these lanes and alleys is a small journey to experience spaces with depth and authenticity.
Only in Seochon Yoohee
For those who need meditation,
enjoy the scenery in Nuha-dong.
On a day in need of rest,
meet a small Hanok in Seochon.
Your own little cabin hidden
Nuwa is a small house located in Nuha-dong, Seocheon, a village in west of Gyeongbokgung Palace. The hidden Hanok, which is about 10 square meters long, is built as a place for a calm isolation from everyday life. Enjoy the scenery in stylish and elegant manner. Nuwa suggests 'wou' as another way to love and enjoy the arts.
ADDRESS 3-1, Pilun-daero 5-na-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
In the middle of Seochon's bustling food scene, you'll find a small hanok tucked away in a winding alley. Experience a slow and relaxing respite from the fast pace of life, and appreciate the value of taking a little distance, sitting in the courtyard, sipping tea, and looking at the old and the little things with the people you're staying with.
ADDRESS 6, Jahamun-ro 1-da-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
This little mountain cabin is located in the Inwangsan Suseong-dong Valley. Take a trip to the house where time flows along the curvy alleyway. Meet my past self scattered in different rooms and spend time as a hermit in the house of the pat. This is a place to disconnect from the outside world, let down your current life for a moment, and discreetly enjoy the scenery.
ADDRESS 37-5, Okin 6-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Cozy Korean house,
in the alleys of Seochon.
Adamhanok was created as a space for individuals who own less and pursuit the value of minimal life as well as a refuge for modern people living fast and complicated lives. This is a small house in Seochon alleyway near Gyeongbokgung Palace where you can slowly and quietly rest in. Hope you experience the value of leisurely contemplation time.
ADDRESS 21, Pilwoon-daero 6-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Time just for you and books to
comfort your busy routine.
A small hanok you come across as you walk along the narrow Seochon alleyway. 'Of Onebookstay', just like its name, is a place to let down convoluted thinking and days, and spend time with a book and quiet talk. Under the birch trees and sunlight of courtyard, dip your feet in the water, read books, drink tea, and sometimes organize your thoughts in your handwriting in the attic.
ADDRESS 11-1, Pilwoon-daero 3-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
A hidden hideaway
for movies and relaxation
The name 'Lost House' was inspired from Dasan Jeong Yak-yong's 'refuge of hermit' hiding from the world. A place for those who wish to escape from complicated daily routine and go into hiding somewhere; hope you experience Hanok and spend time to confront the inquiries that surround your daily life.
ADDRESS 68-10, Jahamun-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul
HANOK ESSAY SEOCHON
People who lose their daily lives amidst the light and noise of the city center, the sharp tension and competition. What should hospitality mean to the people living today? Seochon is a town with a long history that retains the traditions and changes of Seoul. The small alley of Nuha-dong where Seochon Hanoks are gathered, contains the life of Seochon. Hanok Essay Seochon is designed to deliver the experience of hospitality and gratitude that people of this era want.
ADDRESS 12, Pilwoon-daero 3-gil, Jongno-gu, Seoul
Swedish villa in
a Seochon hanok.
Seochon's Hanok resembles a small Swedish cottage
In Swedish, it means 'cottage', 'country house', 'shed', and more. Inspired by our experiences in a village in northern Sweden, we wanted to create a small hideaway-like space in Seoul. Built around the concept of "lagom," which means "balance," Hebre preserves the identity of a hanok while incorporating Scandinavian design, creating a space where respect and individuality coexist.
ADDRESS 26-10, Pilwoon-daero, Jongno-gu, Seoul