Autumn brings a different emotion to Haeundae beach and the ocean. The ocean waves twinkle like the scales of fish in the powder-like sunshine. Finally, the beach has been returned to idle lovers and kids playing in the sand.
This house is the perfect place for overlooking the entire ocean and beach day and night, which gives you totally different amzements. You can come and enjoy a cup of coffee at the balcony perched at the top of Dalmaji hill.
-- 5 minutes to the beach.
-- Surrounded by restaurants and cafes
-- The best view to the Haeundae beach area.
-- Very spacious, two large living rooms, spacious kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
-- It has all house appliances from stove to a washer and dryer.
-- If you can take supervise your kids, then you make accompany kids. Kids without proper parents' supervision can damage things in the house.
-- All kids between 2 and 7 years old should be reported separately for discounted fees. Any person older than 7 should be included in the number of guests.
Disponible para huéspedes
All the space except for one room where I stored all personal stuff.
Atención a los huéspedes
If you should need my help, please feel free to contact me.
Otros aspectos destacables
Please keep noise down and recycle garbages.
- From 20:00-07:00: Quiet hours (조용히 하셔야 합니다.)
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I like walking along the Haeundae beach and Dalmaji hill at dusk when all those youngsters who shy the brightness of day start to crawl out of their hidings playing their songs and dancing to it. Haeundae is particularly a unique place where the city meets the ocean at the beach.
I love reading books. Among many authors, I like John Gresham and Tom Clancy. I like John as I can smell the smell of laymen and feel the pains of them through the characters in his novel. Tom Clancy is a superb writer who knows so much secret of the world and the powers who control it.
I love coffee and its romantic aroma. Especially, I like to hold a warm cup of coffee in my both hands in winter time looking outside of the window watching people passing by briskly keeping their hands in their pockets.