Bukchon Maru is located within walking distance to many major tourist attractions. Bus and subway transport are also available only minutes away. If you require advice on local attractions we will be happy to assist you.
In the 21st century, Bukchon has retained many of its beautiful Hanok buildings and a unique charm for residents and visitors alike. Koreans flock to Bukchon to get a glimpse of a bygone era and indulge in a tinge of nostalgia. The array of small shops, both modern and traditional, create a interesting, vintage atmosphere. For foreigners, the odd mixture of tiled-roof houses and modern tenements are a slice of Korean history. But most of all, what makes the area special is that Bukchon is not a museum or folk village, but an active residential area breathing and brimming even now with residents and their stories.
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 beloved mountains surrounding the old capital. There are not many places in Seoul where you can enjoy the luxury of quietness at night. If you’re looking for a unique experience with a true old Seoul charm, stay with us. We look forward to seeing you!
The two major palaces, and Changdeok-gung, are both in walking distance. If you seek some excitement, the bustling, modern Gangnam and Apgujeong is also an easy commute on the subway. Jongno, Gwanghwamun, Sinchon, Hongdae are never more than 20 minutes away, day and night.
If you seek some excitement, the bustling, modern Gangnam and Apgujeong is also an easy commute on the subway. Jongno, Gwanghwamun, Sinchon, Hongdae are never more than 20 minutes away, day and night.