Rooms are tiny though. But Seoul is very expensive when it comes to hotels, so this hotel was a great relief. The location was nice. The hotel was crisp and new, There is a self service laundry in the basement. A small fee applies.
The rooms, as I said, are tiny, there are no room for any suitcase or no chair or anything in order to sit and work - beds are annoyingly high, in order for suitcases to be stowed away under them. But the beds were very comfortable - way better than the beds in other IBIS/IBIS Budget hotels that I have tried previously. There are free wifi in the rooms, it worked very well. A wallmounted LCD television with several English channels (CNN, BBC, etc), a roomy shower with great water pressure and a separate toilet, little bit better designed here than in other Ibis Budget hotels, as the shower is semi-separated from the sleeping area. There is also a coffee/tea maker (however, the coffee was horrendeous), toothbrushes and slippers provided in the room. Not bad being an Ibis Budget!
Tried the breakfast (10 EUR) on the first morning. We were there around 9:30, and several of the items were dry or finished. They were not refilled either. I had to ask for juice and bread, as the attendant did not refill even though she sold us breakfast. Not very nice! I see that this have also been a problem in the past as well, too bad the hotel won't take this seriously, and make the breakfast a better experience. The breakfast was not worth 10 EUR, not at all! Skip the breakfast, and go out and eat somewhere else.
Location was great. Airport bus right outside the door, the subway is 2 minute walk away, a Family Mart and a 7/11 at the doorstep as well.
Would definately return!