We stayed at this hotel for a couple of days during our visit to the awesome Jeju Island.
The room has a wardrobe which was used by the hotel to keep a comforter and a bedding. You can't hang your clothes in the wardrobe. There is a long vertical wooden coat hanger which looks like a tree with branches placed just outside the wardrobe. It was quite a pain for us to hang up our winter jackets since the "branches" are so close to one another.
The mattress is placed on a wooden frame which juts out. My husband and I had a few knocks on it.
The hotel provides a hair dryer, a small fridge and a kettle with no cups provided. There is no table in the room but there is a wooden ledge under the TV as well as near to the wardrobe. You cant put much stuff there as they are pretty narrow.
The toilet emits a sewage smell.
The hotel breakfast serves only Korean food with limited choices.
Some of the hotel guests kept their rooms opened in the night and we could hear them talking and laughing loudly. It was a good thing that there are two doors leading to the room. If these doors are closed, it can shut out a fair bit of the noise outside the room.
Despite of the nothing to crow about hotel, we had a wonderful time at Jeju Island. The tour agency, Orange Tour which we used at Jeju Island provided excellent services. Mr Jin, the tour guide was very approachable and helpful.