The check-in process was not easy - the staff did not speak English and hung-up on me when I called them and the instructions I received by email were in Korean, so I was left to find the apartment by myself and just hoped I was in the right place.
It's a holiday apartment rather than a hotel, so it is not clean to hotel-standards, but it is more spacious. A lot of the furniture and equipment was broken. Although there was a little kitchen with a fridge-freezer, hob, grill and rice-cooker, there was no kettle. There were also open packets of food left in the cupboards. Two cups had been left, but one was broken. The kitchen area was poorly lit.
The beds were too close to the doors of the bedroom which made it slightly difficult to get in and out of the bedroom and the lampshade was a little too low. However, the beds were comfortable.
The bathroom was not great - there was no soap by the sinks, no stool in the shower and the toiletries were unlabelled, so I had no idea what they were. There were only tiny towels provided too. The bath looked like it had jets but it was not very clean, so I did not use it. The shower itself was okay though.
The building is shared with other flats - the notice said that "general people" also lived in the building - and had a warning to not make a lot of noise past 10pm, but there was also a karaoke bar on the second floor, so it was noisy anyway and the plumbing was not very quiet.