Hostels in Andong, South Korea

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Hotels in Andong

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Guest Houses in Andong

Gotaya Guesthouse

Free Breakfast
"…6:00pm to 22:00pm 2. Check-out time: before 11:00am 3. Cancellation policy: 7 days advance notice for free cancellation. (1) 2-6 days before arrival: 50% of total amount charged (2) 1 day or … More

Hostels in Andong, South Korea

0 hostels available. Prices start from $9.00 for a dorm bed.

Get to know Andong (no more "I wish I knew this before")

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Andong, South Korea, is around a hundred ninety kilometres from Seoul, the South Korean capital. It is located in North Gyeongsang Province and home for around one hundred sixty-eight thousand people. If you land in Seoul, you can take public transport to get to Andong; the travel time is around three hours. The area is well-known for its ancient tradition and their celebrations. For example, you can visit the Andong Folk Festival, which is held every year. The festival mainly showcases performances of traditional dances and music, which have been developed in the region.

The city offers a satisfactory number of hotels and guesthouses. Most accommodations have two or three stars. A high level of cleanliness is common. If you are on a backpackers trip and you prefer cheaper accommodations, check out the supply of hostels in Andong, South Korea. You won't find many Andong, South Korea hostels, and the opinions on what exists are rather mixed, so be sure to check out the details. Most accommodation options in Andong, South Korea, offer free Wi-Fi.

Around twenty kilometres west of the city centre, there is the well-known Hahoe Folk Village. It is the most popular tourist attraction in the area. The village is perfect for traditional architecture lovers. This UNESCO World Heritage site provides a unique insight into the traditional way of life as it used to be. It is not an artificial village -- around two hundred thirty people are living there. The weekends are particularly busy, so if you can, visit the place during the week.

Adong is often associated with the traditional wooden masks in Korea. If you want to find more about this tradition, check out the Hahoe Mask Museum to see an excellent collection of traditional Korean and international masks. Culture enthusiasts can visit the Bongjeongsa Temple. Do not miss the oldest wooden building in Korea, Geungnakjeon. The origins of this complex can be traced back to the seventh century. However, in the fourteenth century the last major reconstruction was finished. In the course of centuries, renovations were undertaken, as well.

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Other Nearby Cities

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Gyeongju (91 Km / 57 mi.)
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Hongcheon (147 Km / 91 mi.)
Jeonju (164 Km / 102 mi.)
Busan (165 Km / 103 mi.)
Chuncheon (170 Km / 106 mi.)

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