We are spending 3 nights and 4 days at Seoraksan National Park and are staying in the Seoraksan Tourist Hotel. You can't beat this location at the foot of the cable car with stunning views and right inside the entrance to the park. The hotel has a little restaurant and cafe, but we have yet to use either, because there are so many other choices surrounding the hotel. You can't go hungry in this park as there are dozens of food vendors even along the trails. This hotel is not the most up-to-date, by any means, but it is certainly comfortable and has been very quiet for us at night. The bedding is clean and comfy, the towels are changed daily, and the hot water has been plentiful for showering or full baths. The room temperature has also been comfortable even though we're experiencing rains, sleet, and cold temps outside. The whole hotel is tidy, but you can't help but think what a new coat of paint and new carpeting would do for its overall cheerfulness and appearance. I wish I brought a vacuum for the room, because my guess is that they just sweep. The carpets are a bit grungy and shower curtains need replacing. But it is still great value for the money (65,000 KRW on weekdays, 80,000 for weekends for a room with a double bed and a single bed). There is a little refrigerator and a hair dryer. There was not a hot pot for tea, but we asked for one and they supplied it readily. We brought our own breakfast and lunch supplies and ate out only for dinner and coffee breaks, making this a very affordable and wonderful weekend. We drove our car here, and the parking is ample, since we are inside the park. You don't pay for parking if you are a hotel guest. Also, you only pay once for park entrance, even if you leave during your stay. The hotel gives you a permit to come and go for no additional charge. We will definitely come here again!