This place was a no fuss Hanok. We actually didn't even see the people running it except for when we arrived. We arrived a bit early, so they let us leave our stuff in front of the rooms as they were cleaning. When we got back, we realized that they put the bags inside and also warmed the rooms up for us which was nice. It took us a bit to realize that they left locks and keys for each room inside the room in the tv cabinet. We never saw anyone again. But, no matter. The stay was very comfortable, the place was really clean, and we had no real complaints (other than the oddity noted).
Amenities: TV, fridge, and a small cabinet looking thing was in every room. A hair dryer was in the cabinet thing. They had shampoo and soap inside the bathroom.
The one oddity was where the shower head was placed. It was a bit awkward as it hit only up to your stomach and managed to wet everything in the bathroom including the toilet paper.
Located right in front of the 전주천/JeonJu Chun, this place has very nice surroundings, though that will depend on what you're interested in. You can visit the stream in front and walk about. If you take a right, two or so doors down towards the bridge from this place was a really decent coffee place called 달콤한 산책/Sweet Walk. We ended up there quite a few times as the hanok had no food or drink. If you take a left and go to the end of that street, there's the region's most famous 아구찜/AhGooJjim - a very spicy ugly fish soup designed for the most adventurous. Locals told us to go to the last one on that street and it was pretty good.
Notes on other sites said that this place was hard to find. Just tell your cab 남천교/NamChunGyo or NamChun Bridge. From there, it's the second alleyway to the east. Or, if you're walking, it's on the Southern end of the Hanok Folk Village. Walk the famous 은행로/EunHaeng Road to its southern tip and take a left, then second alley on your left from there.