561-17 Samdo 1(il)-dong (9 Samo-gil), Jeju-si, Jeju-si, CJ, South Korea
Yeha Guesthouse, located in the center of downtown Jeju city, is within close reach of Jeju International Airport and Jeju Bus Terminal. Yeha is the only guest house in Jeju-do Island that has designed its accommodation facilities and services especially for international backpackers.
You can get Yeha Guesthouse by bus. From Jeju International Airport, t ake Bus No.100 and get off at Hankook Hospital Bus Stop. Then, from the bus stop, take the first street to the right. The guesthouse is at the next block.
The computers in the lounge are Only for searching information or word processing. You can not play computer games or download programs.
If you travel other areas, you can leave your luggage for free.
You should note that smoking is NOT ALLOWED in the whole building except the roof garden. If Not, there is a fine (30,000won) for smoking.
Washing machine is free to use, but just have to pay if you wan to use the dryer.
Seong-eup-ri, Pyoseon-myeon, Jeju, Jeju-do 699-912, South Korea
Seongeup folk village in Jeju, Korea is a 600-year-old collection of thatched-roof houses surrounded by a wall made from the volcanic island\’s porous basalt rock.
You should bring plenty of cash to purchase some things in the village.
You can book a tour to explore more this village.
There are many eateries nearby where you can enjoy local specialties. Black pork, makgeolli (liquor) made of hulled millet, and memil bindaetteok (buckwheat pancake) are recommended. You can also try your hand at jipjulloki (rope-making) and making bingtteok (rice cakes) from buckwheat and radish as part of a hands-on experience.