This location was easiest to find with Apple maps. (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) doesn't work well in Korea and Waze doesn't do well with rural areas. (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) or Naver would be better, I think, but we don't speak or read Hangul.
Our apartment had 2 comfortable queen beds and a small couch that was perfect for our young son. The place was quite large for Korean standards that I'm used to. We had a nice picnic table on the porch, another where we grilled dinner and a nice table inside for breakfast or board games.
The location is so quiet, out in the country. If you are wanting nightlife that includes the music of croaking frogs and crickets, then this is the place for you. If you are used to Seoul, you will be amazed at how many stars you can see in this secluded spot.
Communication was tough with out hostess because we don't speak Hangul, but (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) translate came through and we got the basics. She was extremely accommodating and friendly.
The kids were able to watch the koi fish in the small pond, case frogs and through the ball around in the yard.
This was the perfect location for our country-loving family.