Upon arrival, the receptionist, with somewhat limited English, remarked that I had not booked with them. They only managed to find our booking after minutes of discussion. On another time, I was waiting for my travel partner who was in the bathroom in their lobby before we went out at night. The receptionist came up to me and requested to check my room keycard! I felt very offended.
The price was cheaper than other hotels around the area, but hostels would definitely be even cheaper, if that's what you're looking for.
The room I stayed in was generally clean. However, it was tiny! I have stayed in multiple hotels in Korea, and I can't believe that my hotel room in Jeju could be smaller than the one in Seoul!! With a double bed occupying the majority of the room, there wasn't really much space to move around. And with the baggages opened...well you can imagine it.
The bathroom's a no-no. I can't understand, but many of the Korean hotels tend NOT to have a partition/curtain between the shower and the toilet + washbasin. Well it's the same case with CJ hotel. Without the partition/curtain, the bathroom feels so wet and damp after showering, and it becomes uncomfortable to use the bathroom afterwards. I don't like the bathroom.