Situated in Seoul in the heart of Bukchon hanok village, Goldfish Inn Seoul is built in hanok, the Korean tiled-roof architectural style. The neighborhood offers unparalleled access to the two palaces, Gyeongbok-gung and Changdeok-gung, and is also close to all other main attractions in Seoul, including Myeongdong, Namsan, Jongno, Gwanghwamun, Sinchon, and Hongdae. Access to Gangnam is also easy. An eclectic mix of museums, small shops, cafes, and restaurants is all around.
Goldfish Inn Seoul offers three beautifully appointed non-smoking rooms with private bathrooms right outside. Take a walk along the stone walls of Changdeok-gung Palace. Feel the majesty of Gyeongbok-gung Palace under the sun. Go for a hike in the lovely mountains surrounding the old capital. Listen to crickets at night – a kind of tranquility not easily found elsewhere in Seoul’s city center. If you’re looking for a unique experience with a true old Seoul charm, you cannot go wrong with Goldfish Inn Seoul.