Let me start off by saying that my family and I had an absolutely wonderful 4 days in Seoul, and part of that was staying at the Bibimbap Guesthouse. However, it is important to note that this place is not for everyone! For us, the location was absolutely incredible. We are big walkers, and we didn't take the subway or a taxi once (except to the airport) - you can walk everywhere from here! It is also right near a fabulous 'food street' which is bustling every night with different restaurants and bars. The rooms are clean, the atmosphere is lovely (both my husband and I had work-related calls we had to take, and it was just so wonderful to sit out in the courtyard - almost like we weren't working!). Leo, the young proprietor, speaks outstanding English, and all of the staff we encountered there were friendly and helpful, even when language was a barrier! However, it is important to note that it is very 'minimalist', with mattresses on the floor, a teeny tiny bathroom/shower, hand towels only, nowhere in the room to sit or put anything down other than the floor, and the soundproofing between rooms isn't great. I kept wondering what the experience would have been like for my parents, who are in their 70s and have bad knees etc?! Also, 'breakfast' is a freeze-dried 'cup noodles' and water, so don't be fooled into thinking this is a 'B&B'. I was looking forward to fresh Bibimbap in the morning, but instead we ate out (I need my coffee). So, not for everyone, but worked for us!