A clean and stylish place between Hyochang Park station and Namyoung station. Within 10 minutes walk (with uphill) to the stations. I had never use the Namyoung station though. From Hyochang Park, exit 5 was the fastest and easiest route to the flat while there were several routes to go. After the reservation, Sewon gave us clear direction and details for the self check-in and -out.
The flat was neat and clean in Muji style. There were a bedroom, a bathroom, a store/"clothes drying" room, and a living and dining room with an open kitchen (plus a locked private room). It is big enough for two. We laid open a luggage right outside the private room and another in the store room without blocking any way.
It is fully equipped that we only needed to bring our own toothbrush and slippers (a pair of bathroom slippers are provided).
Seasonings, shampoo, soap, hand washing soap, clothes washing solutions and the likes were clearly labeled in English. But it was Korean only for the electrical appliances like the washing machine and the oven. We've found the way out with G.oogle translate camera. And we had looking for a bit to turn on the gas in order to switch on the stoves. It was amazing having found the dish detergent and the washing cloth. The cloth looked just like a cute decoration.
There was a large refrigerator with an equally large freezer. But it was already around 70% full especially the freezer. We cleared a level of the fridge and stored our own stuffs.
The Wifi and air conditioners in the living room and the bedroom were functioning well. There was a Wifi in the flat but was not a portable one.
The shower was nice but rather soft. The flush was sometimes too weak. There was no separation between the shower and the toilet. But I think these are normal in Korea.
Personally saying, the bed was too soft for both of us.
There was a shared roof upstairs. We saw no one but some clothes from others hanging. We took the chairs from the flat and went up to celebrate the mid-autumn festival with the full moon and the Seoul tower. You can do the count down for the Seoul tower light off from around 00:03 to 00:06.
This is not a BnB but a home where the hosts rent it only when they are not there. So it felt like home and was also equipped like that. You have all the privacy. But if you are depending on a host to show up and help this and that, I think it might not be possible. We do the questioning and answering mostly before the visit. Sewon replied message from a few minutes to several hours like I did. He was polite and very communicable in English. Everything was as what he told or pictured.
Overall, it was a nice visit.