WiFi gratis di semua kamar
Layanan kebersihan harian
Mesin penjual otomatis
|Harga dan kualitas||7,7|
|Bandara terdekat||Bandara Gunsan (KUV)|
|Jarak ke bandara||48,6 km|
Direnovasi pada tahun 2013, Jeonju JK Guesthouse menjamin penginapan yang menyenangkan bagi para tamu di Jeonju baik untuk tujuan bisnis maupun plesiran. Dari sini, para tamu dapat menikmati akses mudah ke semua hal yang dapat ditemukan di sebuah kota yang aktif ini. Dengan lokasinya yang strategis, hotel ini menawarkan akses mudah ke destinasi yang wajib dikunjungi di kota ini.
Jeonju JK Guesthouse juga menawarkan berbagai fasilitas untuk memaksimalkan pengalaman menginap Anda di Jeonju. Hotel ini menawarkan sejumlah fasilitas di tempat untuk memuaskan segala jenis tamu.
Akomodasi hotel telah dipilih secara cermat demi kenyamanan maksimal dengan adanya televisi layar datar, akses internet WiFi (gratis), kamar bebas asap rokok, AC, penghangat ruangan di beberapa kamar. Fasilitas hiburan hotel ini seperti lapangan golf (sekitar 3 km), bilyar dirancang untuk bersantai. Jeonju JK Guesthouse adalah tempat menginap ideal bagi para wisatawan yang mencari pesona dan kenyamanan dari Jeonju.
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Official youth hostel, just book”
Pros Reaaly wellcoming people The dorm is really spacious Elevator 20min walk (out and to the left following the river) to the hanok village and 25min walk (right now) to thebus terminal 24h fully equipped kitchen for self-catering Cos No towel The shower is korean-style public bath so it is a shared space with no separators. No problem for me, maybe priblem fir domebody else
Reasonable choice for accomodation”
The staffs who work in day-time are old local Koreans, can only communicate in very simple English. Young staffs there work from the evening. *Curfew at 12am (If you don't ask them when checking-in, they might forget to tell you =.=) *Wifi not working good, kind of slow *If choosing dormitory, you shower in a shared bathroom. Means you shower together with others. It is not recommended to those who are not ready to be naked in front of the others. *Google map shows that it's 2 stations away from Hanok Village by bus, but the interval of buses is so long, so might as well walk there, takes only 15 - 20 mins. *The place might look creepy as it actually is/was a medical center, but rooms are clean and quite.
Youth hostel style, should be the place for school trip ”
Clean, nice , far from Jeonju train station, but a bit near Jeonju bus terminal. no towel provide, you have to bring by yourself...and gate will close after midnight...coz it is the youth hostel...you can walk to Hanok Village from this place.
Youth hostel in good location”
We are a group of friends consisted of women and men. We booked a family room so we can all stay together but when we arrived at the hostel, the owner says it is the rule not to have different gender sleeping in the same room. We will not rent this place if it was not a last minute trip and we could not find other accommodation during our visit to Jeonju.
I visited there for the jeonju film festival. It's reslly close to Gaeksa (downtown) and not so far from Hanok-village. But was too noisy to sleep, because there were many young group people when i stayed. They should've told them the basic rule for staying.
Good value if the place is empty”
It was empty so I had the whole room to myself for both nights. The showers are public gym style and there are no lockers to keep your valuables. Its mostly for highschool students on weekend trips but I met a few adults there. The old man at the door is extremely cranky and lets you know how much of a bother it is for him to get up. Curfew is @11pm and a fellow guest had to sleep outside (strictly enforced)
Nice with a good location.”
I had a very good time at JK Guesthouse. They were prompt to answer my emails when I could not find the hostel right away, but after that, I found it was very centrally located and actually quite easy to find. I did not, however, like the public showering area. Otherwise the hostel is quiet, has internet, is located by many restaurants and is close to the hanok village.
Old-style hostel but close to shopping/cinema and very functional”
Located on the upper floors of a building, it's an old-style hostel complete with a midnight curfew (2 am during the film festival). Plenty of toilets/sinks/showers (communal). Just a few-minute walk from the main shopping and cinema area of town. Rooms facing the road can be noisy, and bubble wrap on the windows obscures what would be a nice view. Staff will get you in and out, but they don't speak any English.
A little creepy”
Cheap price until you realize there are 8 beds. The rooms are spacious, but there are no lockers to store your belongings. Heater and ac in the room is great, but my lights had a twitching problem which was scary at night. There use to be another lock on the door that was removed so now it's stuffed with a paper towel so a little scary if someone removes it because they can peek inside. There's another door in the room that has a view, not sure why it's an a extra room, but it's small and cold. Walls are thin, you can hear everything happening outside in the hallway. Bathrooms are not private especially the shower so be prepared. They charge for towels and there's no breakfast. I honestly wouldn't stay here again.
Acceptable for 1 night”
I stayed at Jeonju JK Guesthouse (JK Youth Hostel) with last minute booking because I have unplanning stop over in Jeonju. Therefore, I booked online with the cheapest result since I'd only stay for 1 night and JK Guesthouse was the one. The hostel is located at big building on 4th floor for woman and elevator available. No locker and no socket on each bed, only at some point on floor. I came on Monday, so the guesthouse is very lonesome. Staying alone in 8beds dorm and I only saw 1 room with light on. The corridor lamps using movement sensor, so it's very dark and they will start blinking when you're walking. So, I felt little bit spooky. Many toilets are available and clean. But the shower room is 'public bathroom'. It means no divider, no curtain, no door, just big room with many shower. It was okay for me since I was alone but I can't imagine the awkwardness if its full of people. The staffs are very nice, they're very welcoming and trying to help you as much as they can. Walking distance to Jeonju Hanok Village (20 mins of slow walking) with just following the stream/river, so easy.
It was difficult to find and without the help of a friendly man, we would not have been able to find the place by ourselves. The staff do not speak very good English which makes the situation difficult when asking for help or guidance. The rooms and bathroom were clean and the kitchen facilities were on the same floor as we stayed on which made it easy to get tea and make breakfast in the morning.
Super cheap, but you get what you pay for”
Very uncomfortable experience overall. The only reason I ended up here was because everything else in town (hanok, hotel, other hostels) was fully booked. 1. I booked & paid through Agoda, but staff had no record whatsoever of my booking & payment when I arrived. Fortunately, I was able to work out something with my limited Korean. 2. There is absolutely no sound insulation (from outside street traffic, between floors, through closed doors), and youth activities seemed to be scheduled in the building through 11pm both nights I stayed. The youth were extremely loud, shrieking and running through the halls day and into the late night as well. Bring earplugs! 3. Windows over the doors to the hallway plus super-bright fluorescent lights in the rooms means it'll be hard for light-sensitive people to sleep. Bring an eyemask! 3. The only upsides to this hostel are its cheap price and its easy walking distance to the much more expensive Hanok Village district (about 15-minute walk for me).
Clean room and facilities but Confused Staff”
The JK Guesthouse is a large Youth Hostel, but the staff isn't prepared to welcome travellers. They speak no English whatsoever, and they are very confused. They gave me a key to a room with no bedding at all, and I had to make several trips down to the check-in counter to get things sorted out. A friend of mine who was staying there longer was checked-out without her consent, and her personal belongings were moved from a room to another while she was in town for the day. I wouldn't recommend this Youth Hostel; for a similar price, a guest house closer to the Hanok Village, or to the downtown area, would be more pleasant.
When I stayed the hostel was not busy. I had an 8 bed dorm to myself so it was very quiet. It is definitely no frills but it was clean and the beds were comfortable. It is also only 5 mins walk from downtown and maybe 10-15 to the hanok village. The showers are communal so that may not be to everyone's taste. The staff were friendly and helpful.
Value for money”
Stayed there for 3 nights. The security guy tried opening my door in the middle of my second night there which freaked me out! The place was quite deserted too, there were only 2 rooms occupied the entire floor. So it was quite creepy at night. Other than that, it was very value for money. Didn't really like the open concept shower area though.
the bathroom is public people can see you bath its like a campsite dorm the kitchen is quite good
No much traveller”
the place is okay the staffs are nice but can't communicate with English
Good place to stay”
Good place to stay
Fair place for a couple of nights”
Clean place with basic facilities for a couple of nights in Joenje