This guesthouse combines the true character of a hanok and the convenience of an apartment. When remodeling this traditional hanok, it was furnished with modern elements such as beds, bathtubs and separate storage solutions. The floor-to-ceiling glass doors between the yard, the main hall that keeps out wind and rain and the clean shared kitchen make this place live up to its promise of being a modern hanok. There are six guest rooms, including rooms for two with queen-sized beds, rooms for three with ondol and even a dormitory, which is unusual for a hanok guesthouse. The bunk beds in the shared room are equipped with privacy curtains and lamps. For breakfast, simple options like bread, cereals and coffee are served.