Paper Moon lp and book stay in Pyeongchang Forest

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  1. 3 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
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Newly opened LP and Book stay in PyeongChang! The bedroom balcony window is so large that you can lie on your bed and see the sunrise and stars of the night sky. ^ ^!
Enjoy your favourite record board on the turntable, hand-picked bookstay with the West Side of your head, 700 meters of clear air above sea level, and a winter of snow without snowflakes!! You can't imagine your own romance or tranquillity in the city! * A living room with a sofa bed and air conditioning in a double bedroom for up to four people, ideal for two people and narrow down the aisling!!
* The nearest ski resort is 20 minutes drive away by the old castle resort, Wellingley.
* Railway stations take a closer look than PyeongChang Station and then take a taxi.
* In winter, it's almost always trapped in white snow. But we're always reworking to get the car up to the nearby parking lot!!

The space
A private cottage nestled beneath the mountains with a starry living room, bedroom, TV, as well as a great kitchen with books and records (tapes, records, CDs), refrigerator and electric range.
More specifically, it includes basic condiments (such as salt, sugar, soy sauce and pepper) and kitchen utensils, with the exception of miso pepper sesame oil. Of course, there are towels (at least 2 per night on a two person basis), dryers, and wine openers. There's no fireplace and barbecue, but you'll need to apply for 10,000 won for two charcoal and stone guests before they arrive the same day. Buy bottled water if you like! Pre-order your trip to Anhuang Hanaromat and more

* Snow or ice sheets can make it slippery in winter. In particular, you should be more careful with unwalled two-wheeled vehicles, and if you have difficulty getting to the property, park at or near the cottage at 86-7 Vinesogol Street, and walk 400 meters. I hope you enjoy it ^ ^. If you have wall-to-wall equipment, you can check with your manager or host in advance of your arrival one or two hours in advance!

Instructions for Public Transportation Users
1. We recommend a bus stop rather than a train first. Buses are a short drive from the East Seoul Terminal, and you can also walk to your accommodation (within 30 minutes or more). On the other hand, the train station is closer to the Blunt than PyeongChang Station, but from the Blunt Station to the listing, you must use a Blunt Taxi (more than 20,000 won).
2. For buses, use the out-of-town bus mobile ticket app!
3. Pickup service is available from the bus stop to your listing, but you'll need to apply two or three days before your arrival date. We'd love to help you with all your pickup requests as much as possible, but it may not be possible due to weather issues or our personal circumstances (we're too busy preparing to open a cafe). If so, we recommend walking from the bus stop or taking a taxi after a long sightseeing in the entertainment or blueprint. Please note that walking should take about 30 minutes.
4. There are few restaurants or grocery stores that can go without a car. Small shops near the stop (only ramen and liquor, cigarettes, sweets, and bus tickets are available at the backcountry fair). So the best way for me to think about it is to get off the bus stop, Anhuang (bus ticket), buy some steamed bread, and if possible walk to the bakery cafe Igabon (woodstock sales) and visit Hanaromat. In the meantime, let your host know if you can pick up, and if you don't, we recommend taking an entertainment taxi to your home. Taxis cost about 20,000 won.
5. Also, return bus tickets to East Seoul are not available for internet search or booking, but can only be purchased on-site at the backcountry saloon of the bus stop. Given the check-out time, you may need to take the 10: 20 bus (1: 18 for the next car) and walk down the freeway for 30 minutes (unconditionally down and then from both sides to the right and left in front of the road). Just wait in front of the bus in front of the car accident at the backyard across from the bus stop!
6. Whether you're on a train or a bus, you must do it in advance!!
7. One more thing. There are very few places in the countryside to go without a car. If you're on time, you can take the bus to PyeongChang City, Hyeonggi-dong City, or the circumference. By the way, you can reach PyeongChang or PyeongChang City by bus to Dongseoul. Bus Arrival and Departure in +1 hour 40 minutes from East Seoul!!

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What this place offers

Mountain view
Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with standard cable
Air conditioning
Private patio or balcony
Luggage dropoff allowed
Hair dryer

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Where you’ll be

Bangrim-myeon, Pyeongchang-gun, Gangwon Province, South Korea

There was a rumor that there was a ski slope once located at 700 meters above sea level. It's PyeongChang, but it's closer to the circumference than PyeongChang, so it's more accessible than PyeongChang. You can also travel across crossroads, lines (accessible by bus), and Young-moon together. A rural village that hosts a midsummer night classical festival in the centre of the elementary school where the ex-girlfriend is an orchestra member, and a steamed bread breakdown is right next to it. The ski slope Wellingley is 20 minutes from the property.
Sky Floor Goat Ranch (I want to check the road situation during the winter season) where you can walk on the plateau near the family village and feed the Black Goat!), and if you go to PyeongChang City manually, you'll find my personal favorite jewel PyeongChang Sanctuary in the neighborhood (little flowers in the PyeongChang City, no flowers in the winter, please check the road conditions 010-3362-0155) and a cafe in the botanical garden, and the Wang Myeong Myung Noodle Noodle (we love PyeongChang City apricot Noodle Noodle Noodle Noodle Noodle Noodle Noodle Noodle Noodle Noodle Noodle!!), the Brain Valley,

etc. It represents a trip further away from PyeongChang, a one-hour street trip between the Moonmaster and PyeongChang Herb Country (there are plenty of indoor sights to see on rainy days or in winter!), nearby museums of Fine Arts and the Pyeongpyeong Nose Art Museum are also recommended. Although there are restaurants in Herb Country, we recommend the great meatballs with meatballs and beetballs. * Samsung Ranch, Sky Ranch, and Sheep Ranch are not far from there, so keep an eye out!

A little further away, I personally consider PyeongChang's most treasured white dragon animal exploration river (not tourism but real exploration)! Available for ages 9 and up, 65 and under, booking required!) If you are healthy, you will also like trekking on the Seven Legions. It's a great way to go, so you can just drive! * * Summer and winter are all the best activities for exploring the White Dragon Cave. I guarantee it's world-class!! Reservation required!!

A picturesque village outside PyeongChang Town and PyeongChang Olympic Market in the middle of PyeongChang, and the lovely Bread Mill and Hanaromat next to PyeongChang Rock Park, Outdoor Restaurant, and Trout House (PyeongChang's first trout farm) are just a few steps away. The best restaurants to have lunch in PyeongChang are Barley Bop, Ondal Spring, and Taewang Seong.

It's an hour's drive away. Five days of shopping (the on-call stand is fine anytime, so it's OK) and a dinner (the best restaurant in the selection!! Recommended green greenhouse) You might want to take a railbike ride or drive along the East River. You can pack your yellow feet or trout on the way.

A little further from PyeongChang City is Yeong-moon. Yongwal-type Korean Peninsula towns, Sunstone attractions, and UNESCO World Heritage sites are also recommended. Museums of Young-Wall (Featured Indian Art Museum and Donggang Photography Museum)!!In addition, the Chosun Photography Museum) and the Starry Observatory are not far away either. Recommended restaurants include farmhouse dining and mountain friends in a secluded rural village (reservation required 033 3725 5177)!

For those who use the closest ski slopes to home, we recommend the dull sister noodle noodles (shabby but inspiring) and Hanwu Restaurant Hanoung Castle (pricey as well as vibrant) wellies. For those who use the Pingpyeong side ski slopes, we recommend the Takidak Farm, where you can enjoy the warm spot of Pyeongpyeongwoo and the different duck roses with dignity. If you've reached Takidakpalm, don't miss the view along the Golden Valley.

On your way to or from Seoul, the Mountain Circle Museum and the Birch Crossing Museum are worth a visit despite the high cost of admission! Oh, there's that famous mud bridge, but personally, it's a journey beyond me! I think all seasons (recommended as a good walking trip) would be a better choice. In addition to the circumferential downtown area, the barley barley shops, the golden rings, the nostalgia noodles, and the taverns (the lines are usually too long!), these are real delicacies that we often use.

P.S. Oh, we just opened an old Brunch Café star on the transverse lake for picnics (by the way, we have a transverse lake collection right next door)! Our guests will enjoy a 20-plus discount on the entire menu, so you can come and play ^ ^ 15 minutes from Tamal Chil and 3 minutes from the 5th section of Transverse Lake Road!!

Hosted by Kyung

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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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