Losthouse (Ha Eun Jae)
[Ha Eun Jae, Hidden Residence of recluse with film and rest]
The warm and inviting atmosphere of a Hanok (traditional Korean house) makes it a great spot to spend a day unwinding.
In the hopes that [THESU] will soon be launched at Hanoks, I will be writing about the "Losthouse (Ha Eun Jae)" Hanok guesthouse.
Stayfolio and the Losthouse website both allow for bookings.
Cozy living room
I hurriedly packed everything and headed to the Hanok guesthouse Losthouse (Ha Eun Jae) in Seochon that afternoon.
It's simply a 6-minute drive from my house, thus I could easily leave for the trip on the same day.
I guess it's possible that sleeping at a guesthouse close to my house may be a bit weird, but why not?
Hanok guesthouse with beautiful rafters
As soon as I lay down on the bed and looked up at the ceiling rafters, I was transported to a peaceful countryside.
Warm light from a window made Losthouse (Ha Eun Jae) even more beautiful when I arrived late at night.
Lighting in the hanok is warm and inviting because of its compact size.
The Losthouse (Ha Eun Jae) was the most technologically advanced Hanok guesthouse I've ever been in.
Both the air purifier and the hair dryer are from Dyson. My hair turned out beautifully thanks to the Dyson Straightener that was provided.
The inn's entire infrastructure is iPad-enabled; just utilizing the device, I was able to successfully adjust the room's temperature and music.
Instead of a television, there was Beam Projector, which I found to be impressive due to its seamless compatibility with both the iPad and Netflix.
clean, compact cooking space with all the essentials such as ovens and electric pots.
The presence of a washing machine makes it convenient for guests to do laundry during extended stays.
When you lower the screen, you can watch Movies. It's incredibly well-documented and easy to follow directions.
I watched "Faces Placed" after being recommended.
It is a story about filmmaker Agnes Varda, and muralist JR, as they drive around France in a van and create portraits of the locals they see.
The unique artistic output of the duo is a result of their cool artistic collaboration. Look into it; it's great.
"Jane Air" with a beautiful cherry blossom scene.
Floor lamp, vacuum cleaner, and air purifier are all Dyson products.
I took a picture of the alleyway after dark.
Since the early morning light was so comforting, all I did was open the window and lie in bed.
Thanks to Hanok, I was able to have a good night's rest. When staying in hanoks without a bed, I sometimes wake up with a sore back, so this one is much appreciated.
Hanok's charm comes from its small but attractive courtyard.
No massive structures blocked the skyline views, so natural light came in nicely.
Losthouse (Ha Eun Jae) is located in the center of Seoul.
Shades and fabric prevent them from seeing inside the back of the house.
A wooden foot spa is inside in front of the sofa.
Despite my haste in getting there, I ended up having a wonderful stay at Losthouse (Ha Eun Jae), a lovely hanok where I was able to relax and get in the mood for some unexpected adventuring.
You may easily walk from the Gyeongbokgung subway station.
Finding a good Hanok has become one of my top interests recently. My goal is to present "Thesu" Hanok to you very soon.
If you're having trouble finding a destination and would rather stay in a Hanok than a hotel, Losthouse (Ha Eun Jae) is the place to go.
Address : 68-10 Jahamun-ro, Jongno-gu, Seoul OPEN GOOGLE MAP
Website : losthouse.co.kr
Instagram : @stay_losthouse
Reservation : book here
Writer : thesu_woori
Special thanks to thesu_woori
losthouse seoul seoulshopper guesthouse airbnb stayfolio seochon