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Accommodations range from deluxe properties in Seoul to resorts and yeogwans—small Korean inns. In some areas, especially near remote temples or shrines, only youth hostels and homestays may be available. On Jeju Island, there are a number of fine resorts. Almost all properties are clean, and you'll find that they provide not only soap and shampoo, but also a fresh toothbrush, toothpaste and (sometimes) a razor and comb. Towels tend to be tiny, though—if you can't get by without something...Read More ... Accommodations range from deluxe properties in Seoul to resorts and yeogwans—small Korean inns. In some areas, especially near remote temples or shrines, only youth hostels and homestays may be available. On Jeju Island, there are a number of fine resorts. Almost all properties are clean, and you'll find that they provide not only soap and shampoo, but also a fresh toothbrush, toothpaste and (sometimes) a razor and comb. Towels tend to be tiny, though—if you can't get by without something big and fluffy, take your own. We do recommend a stay in a temple for a glimpse of monastic life. For an authentic Korean experience, stay in a minbak, Korea's version of a bed-and-breakfast. Remember if you are staying anywhere but a Western-style hotel, remove your shoes at the door before entering your room.< Show Less