Hello and welcome to our Hanjin Hostel website. We offer friendly and comfortable accommodation in Gyeongju, South Korea. The Hanjin Hostel is in a central and prime location, so that visitors can easily find somewhere to eat, shop and explore all the amazing things your trip to Gyeongju has to offer.
Make sure you spend some time reading the pages on our website, it has been made with you in mind and full of useful information that you can use to ensure your trip to Gyeongju is a brilliant one. Here at the Hanjin Hostel we want to help visitors from other countries experience our culture and find it as amazing as we do.
Our international hostel in Gyeongju welcomes and invites anyone from anywhere in the world to come, stay ,share stories and make new ones of their own in South Korea. Share your stories and see what other people have thought of our hostel by checking the Reviews.
Our hostel has a lot of history, has been in various press and has been the place to stay for accommodation in Gyeongju with travelers since 1977 and as long as there are people to run the hostel it will continue to help and accommodate travelers from all over the world that visit Gyeongju.
The Hanjin Hostel is owned and ran by Mr Kwon, if you want to find out more about him, see our page on Mr. Clint Kwon and his family. He is a helpful and down to earth tour guide who is both a great help and friend of all who stay at the hostel. Be sure to check the Hanjin Hostel’s Blog for more updates and stories from us.
If you’ve never been on a trip to Gyeongju before, or even if your haven’t been to South Korea before, you should check out our Gallery. There is so much to see here in South Korea and this gallery will give you only a brief glimpse of what is to come on your travels.
We offer a few different Types of Rooms so have a quick look at what we offer and book your room online. Come and book your room today for your accommodation in Gyeongju, so you can start your own Hanjin Hostel experience! After all, if you haven’t stayed at the Hanjin, don’t say you’ve been to Gyeongju.