Bong House, HOSTEL in Seoul South Korea.
Bong House.

1st floor, 117-2, Myeungryun-3ga, Myeungryun-Dong, Seoul, South Korea

Located near: Around Daehangno Street The literal meaning of Daehangno is ��ïÿý�ï�ÿ�ýuniversity street��ïÿý�ï�ÿ�ý because until the mid-1970s, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences of Seoul National Uniersity was located in what is now the Marronnier Park. Daehangno is the cradle of Korean performances, the off-Broadway of Korea. Small theaters, galleries, cafes, folk taverns, and restaurants are sprawied across Marronnier Park. Various outdoor sculpture, painting exhibitions and performing arts are offered on makeshift stages on the street. About 40 theaters and several museums attract throngs of young people. Amid these heart-pounding streets is poised a serene compound called Ihwajang, which was once the manor of the first Korean president, Syngman Rhee, now renovated as a museum. Nearby are Jongmyo Royal Ancestral Shrine and Changgyeonggung Palace. A busy road cuts between Changgyeonggung Palace and Jongmyo Royal Ancestral Shrine but there is a pedestrian bridge connecting the two attractions. There is also Changdeokgung Palace with its beautiful rear garden, Huwon (or Biwon, ��ïÿý�ï�ÿ�ýSecret Garden��ïÿý�ï�ÿ�ý). Jongmyo and Changdeokgung are registered on UNESCO��ïÿý�ï�ÿ�ýs World Cultural Heritage list. Another nearby historical spot is Sung Kyun Kwan, the Confucian university that was founded in 1398 at the start of the Joseon Dynasty.

I, Bong Do Lee, would like to welcome you to my guesthouse, Bong House.
I have rooms to suit every type of visitor to Korea.
From young people, be they friends or couples.
To older and more mature folk, and even to families and women seeking a safe and secure environment to take in the sights, sound

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