It is a small hotel but very well maintained - housekeeping is good - typically of Korean standard. Likewise it is also a small problem that most small hotels counter staff do not communicate well in English as they mainly cater to local tourists. Fortunately my Korean friend made all the arrangement, so it saved us time.
The room is fairly large for twin beds and what I really like is that the alarm clock comes with USB chargers for iPhone and Androids - especially useful when the wall sockets are incompatible unless using multi-pin adapters.
What I dislike about the room is the lay wash basin is separated from the bathroom as we need to be extra careful not to wet the floor. It is also quite strange for the room to have steps, which makes carrying of luggage a bit troublesome - instead of rolling through and that also means it is not handicapped friendly within the room.
Otherwise, it is a value-for money stay - about US$50 per night.
The location of the hotel is good as it is easy access to local food and shopping entertainment malls - many Karaoke halls across the street.
Small hotel south from downtown Seoul. Spacious guest rooms but little comfort. AC is directly at the bed and the cold air is too much at night. If you switch it off you have to open the window and it gets noisy. The fridge does loud buzzing noises at night. Not very clean also. Breakfast is ok but more youth hostel style. Hard to communicate with staff in English. The vicinity is not really inviting either, forget about walking or jogging.
However, there is a Incheon airport limousine bus stop in 20 min walking distance. The hotel staff will not be able to give you directions, better ask your Korean business contacts. If you need a taxi this will arrive real fast. The room rates are low, I paid 444000 Kwon incl breakfast for 6 nights. I guess the best you could say is that the price performance ratio is good.