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Saturday, October 25, 2014

#1142: Korea Travelogue // Yeha Guesthouse (City Hall)

The last time I went to Jeju, I stayed at Yeha Guesthouse (Terminal), which is their main branch and I really liked the whole guesthouse. Not only were the staff really friendly, the room was reasonably priced and most importantly, clean. I wanted to book our stay at the same branch but sadly they were fully booked for the period of time we would be in Jeju so I decided to give their City Hall branch a try.

Our home for the next 3 days~

A single bed for the brother and a double bed for the momsie and I.

Compared to the main branch, the City Hall branch is situated at a much more central location and there are so much more food outlets and shops around the area which was really convenient for us to settle our meals.

However, the staff weren't as friendly and welcoming compared to the main branch.

That aside, both branches had the same "feel"? Both branches spot similar common eating areas and kitchen.

Tea break on our first day: A cuppa buckwheat tea and some kimchi. What's a trip to Korea without some kimchi?

They provide the basic stuff like bread, eggs, strawberry jam, tea, coffee, orange juice, rice, kimchi, pickled radish… And if you want to cook, they have pots and pans there as well as the usual oil, salt, pepper.

Our usual breakfast consists of toasted bread with strawberry jam and a side of momsie's scrambled eggs with cheese.

Yeha Guesthouse (Terminal) 
| 278, Seogwang-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju Special Self-Governing Proince 690-844, South Korea |

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