Korea Hostels

Korea hostels provide backpackers and travelers on a budget a nice alternative to expensive accommodations. If you are the type of traveler that spends as much time as possible out and about exploring your new surroundings, then perhaps luxurious accommodations are not the first order of business for you anyway. There are a wide variety of cheap hostels in South Korea that will allow you to keep as much of your travel budget in your pocket as possible. Whether you are looking for Seoul hostels, Busan hostels, or anything in between, you will find that there are a number of options, all of which are extremely affordable.

The Bangrang Hostel is a hostel in Seoul. This is one of the cheap hostels in South Korea that is located in the very center of the city, making it possible to get to all of the most popular attractions within minutes. The nearest subway station is just a one-minute walk from the front door of the hostel and it is easy to hail a cab or take bus transport all over the city. There are private and shared, dorm-style rooms. You’ll pay a little bit more, but if not having to walk down the hall to relieve yourself is something that appeals to you, then perhaps it’s worth it. There are perks to staying at Korea hostels such as this. When you stay at the Bangrang Hostel you get free wireless Internet access, complimentary breakfast, and a Seoul transport card that you can rent with a deposit, making it even easier to get around the city.

At the Bong House, also located in the center of Seoul, you not only get clean and comfortable rooms at a great rate, but you also get a free drink for every night you stay at the hostel. This is one of the cheap hostels in South Korea that has its own bar. The particular section of Seoul in which this hostel is located is popular with university students and young international travelers. The partying goes on late into the night at the local clubs and karaoke bars.

There are also a number of very nice Busan hostels. The Zen Backpackers Hostel is located central to all of the popular attractions in Busan including the temples, bath houses, Busan Temple, and the Jalgachi Fish Market. It gets high marks from those who have stayed there for cleanliness and excellent customer service. Busan is the second largest city in the country and a fascinating place to visit with a wide range of gorgeous mountain hiking trails, tranquil streams, spiritual places, and fun markets. You may just find one of the charming Busan hostels that suits you and fall in love with this port city.

Many backpackers who head to South Korea visit as much of the country as possible. With this in mind it is good to know that you will be able to find reasonably priced Korea hostels virtually everywhere you go. It will certainly not be a problem to locate accommodations in any of the seven largest cities in the country, and even the small villages often offer lodging in hostels and temple areas. There are viable Daegu hostels,  hostels in Incheon, and more.

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