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Ginko Village has six guest houses where you can relax after enjoying various traditional Korean experiences.

The guest houses make you feel at home and you may feel the warm hearts and hand of the village residents. Following information introduces the guest houses.

 

Duridaek

The chairman of the village association who knows very well about the village is the owner of this guest house. You may have a chance to ask many curious things about the village.

 

Gongjudaek

This guest house is simple and small, which attracts you more. Gongjutaek well preserves the neat image of the owners.

 

 

Sangguldaek

This is the guest house of Sangguldaek with an ample heart. You may feel at home here in Hwaseong.

     

 

Gajidaek

This is a guest house where rich sunlight shines through the doorsill. If you want a warm Korean-style guest house, hurry and make your reservation.

 

Semyeondaek

This is Semyeondaek’s guest house, which is like home of your hearty relative. It offers a clean and comfortable bed.

 

Guest house operated by the village community center

A comfortable and warm guest house operated by the village community center and is now open.


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