#This accommodation is a foreigner-exclusive tourist urban guesthouse. Korean residents are not permitted to use the services provided thereby.
Located 10 min by foot from Mokpo Station, this guesthouse was completed in October 2019. It is located at the foot of the Yudalsan Mountain and has a view of the Ildeung Rock to the back. The name of the guesthouse, Ri-in, refers to a virtuous village. The manager of the guesthouse is an environmental activist with cultural anthropological knowledge and is eager to share the beauty and the ecological culture of Mokpo’s nature and its surrounding areas. The two-story building has three rooms in total. Room 1, the largest among the three, is a self-contained unit with a wide living room, ondol (under-the-floor heating system) rooms, and attic space. It is the only room in which one can cook, and its attic offers a comfortable space furnished with a sofa. Rooms 2 and 3 have a bedroom and an attic, respectively. The bedroom is notable for its window wall, while the attic can accommodate one to two guests on the floor. The building also doubles as a gallery, showcasing the works of Kim Soo-ho, a member of Mokpo’s first generation of Western-style painters, in the hallway and common spaces.
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• check in time
• check out time
Not available (cooking allowed only in Room 1)
• food place
Available (breakfast space)
• 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: None
Not available (free parking available at public parking lot)
• room type
※ Room Type - Room with a bed(s)
2 above-ground floors (land area 135 m2; building area 153 m2)