For that price, you can't expect anything better. Yes, it is a love hotel and it looks like one both from outside and inside. Walls in common areas and in the room are decorated with quotations about love and play. Not really a place for families. Even on the room key it says something about adult playground:)) We picked it based on recommendation in Lonely planet and it probably was the best recommendation ever. It was the cheapest hotel we stayed in Korea, but we got a huge room, huge bed, aircon, air purifier or humidifier (not sure, all buttons were labeled in Corean:)), huge flatscreen tv (although showing only one channel, a very low quality porn:)))), big bathroom, jacuzzi bathtub, and even a steam sauna for two!! Two PCs, fridge with water and some energy drinks, and all the possible amenities you could think of. The only con was that it was a smoking room. But seriously, if all love hotels in Korea are like that, I would never have stayed in a "normal" hotel. The disadvantage with love hotels is that you cannot book them online, so you can never be sure if you can find one in your destination. This one is located next to Dongdaegu station, so perfect location if you're arriving or leaving by KTX. It's surrounded by a dozen other love hotels and next to the station, which makes the area feel a bit like a red light district, but the experience is really worth it.