Hut under the mountain, Ungyosanbang lp and book stay

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  1. 4 guests
  2. 2 bedrooms
  3. 3 beds
  4. 2.5 baths
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A hut in the woods, small but lacking (completely monolithic!). There's plenty of room for bruising, regressive fun with comic books, and the material richness of listening to analog music handpicked and played. Open windows, open bathrooms, and stargaze in hosts' paintings, books, and LP collections. Arrive in an hour and a half by bus from East Seoul Terminal!

* A true rural journey with nothing but mountains, clouds, and a few folk and gorgeous vegetable fields! But there's so much for someone!!
* In winter, it's almost always trapped in white snow. But with the exception of special occasions, we're working hard to get cars up to the nearby parking lot!!
* The nearest ski resort is 20 minutes drive away by the old castle resort, Wellingley. Ski area shuttle bus access and taxi ride. The railway station takes a taxi after taking a closer look than PyeongChang Station.
* 1 bedroom and kitchen, bathroom, patio, living room, bathtub, attic.

The space
A better space for lovers or families to relax, listen to music, read, and contemplate in the peaceful countryside under the mountains. Airy, watery, serenity, great place to stroll and stargaze at night. And where there are paintings, movies, books, and LP music. It is a mountain village located at a height of 700 meters above sea level, so there is almost nothing else. There is also a paved road and a parking lot under the mountain, but it is a bit rough.

* Please make a reservation considering that the capacity is 6 pyeong in the main room with a hut (6 pyeong with a main bathroom and a small kitchen + 5 pyeong terrace with bathtub + 5 pyeong in the attic bedroom), which is definitely narrow and somewhat uncomfortable for 4 adults. Especially if you don't use the terrace living room or attic (all have separate heating units) that it's a little cold in the winter, it'll feel even smaller!!

* We set the basic accommodation fee + cleaning price in the hope that you will have a real rest, not a tiring trip back and forth all day. If you stay a day and go, it's a loss. There is even a special discount for stays of 2 nights or more, and the longer the days, the higher the discount.

* * There are radiators, electricity, electric panels, etc. indoors, and there is an agung that puts the military fire in an analog way. You don't need to light a fire in the summer on one side, and you can feel how fresh and cold it is coming up from the loess.

* All cooking facilities are available, as well as basic condiments such as salt, soy sauce, oil, sugar and pepper. Of course, there are shower facilities, towels, toothpaste, shampoo, soap, etc.

Grilling meat or grilling fish is prohibited indoors. Outdoor barbettes are possible, but barbecue sets (1 set 10,000 KRW for 2-3 people, 1 set 5,000 KRW for 3 sets 20,000 KRW) that include grill barrels, grill barrels, and charcoal torches must be requested before entering the room, and you must make a fire yourself! Burusta, pans, and butane gas that can be used on very cold or windy days or rainy days are not available in the bedroom, and can only be used at the terrace living room table. * If you leave the hot charcoal can on the deck, it can burn, and you can claim damages, so be careful!

* In addition to the agung, where you have to remove firewood after 4pm due to smoke problems, there are radiators, electricity, and electric panels on the terrace, so please use them on your own, but please take into account that the breaker may fall due to overloading! Be sure to turn it off when not in use!! It is a free service for the first day only. Please note that Agung has firewood and lightning coal set up inside the firewood and lightning coal!!! From the second day on the second day, there are a lot of fallen in the mountains (lots of them in the mountains!) You need to pick it up or buy a box of oak wood and a set of 5000 won of lightning coal and take it off. For your information, the firewood in the parking lot is not only a personal property, but it's wet, so you can't take it off!!

* In the winter, the road can be slippery due to snow or ice. In particular, you should be more careful with two-wheeled cars without equipment in Wol-dong, and if it is difficult to get up to the accommodation, you must park in or around the vacant house at 86-7 Vinesogol-gil and request a pickup from the host. If the host doesn't feel comfortable, you'll have to walk up about 300 meters. I hope you enjoy that ^ ^. And if you have monthly equipment, it would be even better if you could take care of it in advance, and contact the host for road conditions one or two hours before your arrival to check in advance.

* Apart from miso paste, basic condiments (salt, sugar, soy sauce, cooking oil, pepper, etc.) and various kitchen utensils are provided. Of course, there are towels (at least 2 per night for 2 people), a dryer, and a wine opener. And that Agung can grill sweet potatoes or at night if you bring them to the firewood! It's a place where you can drink clean underground water from a height of 700 meters above sea level, but if you want, buy bottled water! On the way to the accommodation, do it in advance at Anheung Hanaro Mart, etc.!

* In winter, the road can be slippery due to snow or ice. In particular, two-wheeled cars without woldong equipment should be more careful, and if it is difficult to get up to the accommodation, you must park in the vacant lot or around Vinesogol-gil, 86-7, and walk up for about 400 meters. I hope you enjoy that ^ ^. And if you have monthly equipment, please bring it with you in advance, and contact the host for road conditions one or two hours before your arrival to check in advance. It would be even better!

This is a guide for public transportation users.
1. First, we recommend buses rather than trains. You can take a bus from Dong Seoul Terminal to Ungyo, but it is also a 30-minute walk (within a 30-minute walk) from Ungyo Dangdang to the accommodation. On the other hand, the train station is closer to using Dunnae Station than Pyeongchang Station, but you need to use Dunnae Taxi (20,000 won or more) from Dunnae to the accommodation.
2. For buses, use the intercity bus mobile ticket app to reserve the Internet!
3. Pickup service is available from Ungyo bus stop to the accommodation, but you must apply in advance the day before you come, and we may not be able to do it when we are all out of town.
4. Therefore, the best way is to use Hanaro Mart when you get off at Anheung just before Ungyo, and you can take a taxi from there. Take a taxi to the accommodation!! After 5 o'clock, we may pick you up from Anheung on the way home, so please check in advance!
5. In addition, bus tickets to Dong Seoul that go back are not allowed to search or book on-site at Ungyo stop Baekun Sangsang. Given the check-out time, I think you should take the 10: 20 bus (1: 18 for the next car), and you can walk down for 30 minutes (go down unconditionally, right in front of the two, and left in front of the national road). You can buy a ticket at the Baekunsang Society across the bus stop and wait for the bus in front of it!
6. Train (Hanaro Mart is in front of Dunnae) You must buy groceries in advance!!
7. One more thing. There are very few places in the countryside that you can go without a car. You can go to Pyeongchang city, Jeongseon city, Anheung, and Wonju by bus. That's also possible in time. Please note that you can go to Pyeongchang-eup or Jeongseon by intercity bus when arriving at Ungyo from Dong Seoul!

This is a small rural town on the edge of Pyeongchang, the host city of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Mountains, fields, small town shops, almost nothing. There is an analogue shelter in the woods where you can relax. You can enjoy listening to analogue music in your own space with numerous vinyl records and cassette tapes. It is also home to many artworks and books, stars and calm, snowy winter scenery until March, nature sledding, highland mountains with highland vegetable gardens. The nearest supermarket is 5 minutes by car, and the nearest ski resort, wellihilli park, is 20 minutes away. It takes 50 minutes to Woljeongsa Temple or Baengnyong cave, and 1 hour to Alpensia. There is no direct transfer from Incheon International Airport to our accommodation. Therefore, I recommend you to take a bus to Ungyo from Dongseoul Bus Terminal after you have traveled from Incheon Airport to Seoul. The bus arrives at the entrance of the village in an hour and a half. You can use the free pick-up service from the entrance to the village to the local grocery store and the hostel, and the other places to the farther away can go to our paid car which is available in half the taxi and taxi fare. Of course you can also use your rental car. And do you need any other information? Please contact us separately!

* Gourmet travel information
We recommend Dunnae Hanupia, Hanusung, and Cabin among Hoengseong Hanwoo Restaurant. If you want to eat Pyeong Chang Hanwoo, I also recommend Hanwoo Village's noodles, and Dakidak Farm, where you can enjoy a truly delicious duck! Mi Ga-yeon in Bongpyeong, where the buckwheat sprout sashimi bibimbap is an absent, Jeongseon's Hoe-dong House, Dunnae's sister Kalguksu, Pyeongchang-eup Apricot Seafood Noodle and Barley Rice Specialty Store Ongdalsam Chinese Restaurant Taehwaseong, Trout House... Lovely bakery Breadmemil, Countryside Cafe Ewha Wol Baek, and a warm cup of flower tea at Pyeongchangja Sanctuary in our neighborhood. ^ ^ We also recommend Jucheon Muk House on the way from Pyeongchang to Yeongwol!

* Wonju, which is a great place to come and go, is a city of secret gastronomy. We recommend the best Makgukjip Hyanggyo Makgukguksu, Wonju Representative Restaurant Altang Specialty Restaurant Catchi Nest, Chinese Restaurant Geumryong or Hwamidang, Barley Rice Restaurant Barry Pass (the best value for money restaurant), and Beonghwasan Rungtang

* Children as well as infants (under 2 years old) are also required to prepare an extra bed, so please include them in the guest count!

* * One last thing to note! In the winter months when there is a lot of snow, you can park your car at the entrance of the village and go by car or walk up to the host's car, so please be prepared to enjoy it as much as possible ^ ^! Also, please note that you may not be able to use the terrace bathtub during the winter months due to cold waves and dongwa.

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Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
Air conditioning
Patio or balcony
Indoor fireplace
Luggage dropoff allowed

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평창군, 강원도, South Korea

Here's where you'll find it. Be the first to visit PyeongChang and recommend Moonmaster and Samyang Ranch for a light hike to Chungtaeang Nature Resort (^ ^) or stop by the Golden Valley for a rainy day in PyeongChang Herb Country!). I recommend my sister noodles (shabby but touching) and Hanuu Restaurant Hanousung (good price and atmosphere, of course), and my favorite meatballs for Bongpyeong.

A rural village is on the verge of opening a midsummer night classical festival around the elementary school of the Orchestra. There is also a skyscraper where you can stroll around the plateau and feed the black goats. From there, you can follow the manual path to Abandonment, where my personal favorite botanical garden and cafe luncheon are introduced to vanity only foodies, and the Abandoned Wheat Noodles and the Thunder Valley. A picturesque village, Ngamli Plum Village, and a paragliding arcade, cafe, etc. overlook PyeongChang's downtown at a glance. You might want to stop by PyeongChang Olympic Market and its brothers-in-law's cheerful Bread Mill and Hanaro Mart on your way back. Great trout house just before Pyeongchang Town!!! Garden and paving art ^ ^ * PyeongChang is the best restaurant to have lunch in PyeongChang City, featuring barley rice specialities Ondal Sam and Taewang Seong.

A little further, I would like to personally give you the White Dragon Animal Exploration Ribbon (9 years old and under, 65 years old), which I think is PyeongChang's greatest treasure. It's a great way to go, so you can drive around!

It's a 50-minute drive. Take a 5 day drive to the railbike or drive along the east river. You can pack your Yellow Foot or Trout Party while you're on your way.

Youngwol's museums (recommended Indian Museum of Art and Donggang Photography Museum) and the Star Observatory are also recommended.

On your way to or from Seoul, the Circle Museum Mountain and the Transversal Birch Museum are also places to go, despite the fact that entrance fees are expensive! Oh, there's also a ramparts that have recently opened and become incredibly popular. If you've got there, you might want to try the Donkas and Kal Noodles that represent Ganhyun Yoon Park...

* Some of you may want to go a little further and bring fresh live fish and seafood from Gangneung, Order House, East Sea or Samchuk to the guesthouse two hours away. There are some ways you can join the colonel's sheep ranch and river rung.

* * Valley information
There are 2 valleys large enough to be lifted 20 to 30 minutes away. Brainy Valley, Golden Valley. Less than that, but shady, and very clean little valleys of water -- raw sugar cane, heil, Changpassu canyon. It's famous for its cliffs, its bargaining valley on Bongpyeong, its labor valley, and its waterfront valley. But there are a lot of people everywhere who are famous. Because of this, I am recommending the valley of Mytan, the valley of Boang Sancheon (which connects PyeongChang Jin with the Chosun Army), a small valley in the Chungtaeang Natural Recreation Forest, which is better for shading and walking.

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I wrote in newspapers or magazines and made a few books of editorial books. While I was in a fashion magazine, I traveled to Europe for a year and quit the company. Since then, I moved to the countryside with my painter and husband, and I had the courage to set up a traveler's home in the mountains where no one was looking for. It's a place where you care about nature, travel, dogs and cats, the serenity, the stars, books and music and paintings, and all the beautiful things in the world!
I wrote in newspapers or magazines and made a few books of editorial books. While I was in a fashion magazine, I traveled to Europe for a year and quit the company. Since then, I m…
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Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
Self check-in with lockbox
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
Pets are allowed

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Pool/hot tub without a gate or lock
Climbing or play structure
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