The hidden gem of Korea.
Believe me, at first I was sketched out at the idea – these places do not let you book ahead, only the night of and offer rates by the hour. They are glittered all over major cities and usually have bright lights associated with them. At first I refused to even look at them, wondering why more people here do not just stay in hostels for easy, cheap accommodation.
Then I went to Busan.
A coastal city mostly known for its beaches, somehow every hotel that popped up on google searches was booked. Then I cam accross this lovely web site:
Which convinced me with its reasonable pictures and descriptions to try it out – and I am never going back to a regular hotel again.
Staying in the VIP suite atop the Wu Motel overlooking the beach, we could have easily held a 20 person party comfortably in our suite which slept 5. For $120 we drank champagne, DJ’d on two room computers and celebrated being young and in South Korea.
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oooh, thanks for the link. Glad you liked it! No reason to stay in a “tourist hotel” . . . they’re old and three times the price.