Kensington Hotel South Korea
Kensington Stars Hotel Sokcho-si, South Korea: Agoda.com
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How much is a daily hotel in south korea? | Yahoo Answers
It can range from the ludicrous to the reasonable an in between.
Ritz about 250,000 won/night, A love motel in Seoul around 40,000 to 80,000 won/night, a residence type hotel or long-term stay place around 90-100,000 if you book directly and let them know you'd like to stay for a month.
A nice guesthouse type in Jongro / Insadong area can get as low as 25,000 won/night if you book for a month or two and although small is certainly sufficient.