Cozy Theme Pension In Gyeonggi-do Has 7 Themed Rooms
The Cozy Theme Pension in Gyeonggi-do, Korea literally lets you sleep inside a massive soju bottle and banana milk container.
The quirky complex boasts of 7 themed rooms with funny decorations and one-of-a-kind beds that will make you laugh and help you escape from the city stress.
Located in Gapyeong-gun in Gyeonggi-do province – the pension house is an ideal location for a day trip to the famous Nami Island and Seoul – which are both popular K-drama hotspots.
If you’re ready to live a little and have some fun, here’s what to expect.
1. 50,000 Korean won bed
Ever dreamed of being uber rich that you could literally fill your mattress with money? You can now make your wish come true through this giant roll of 50,000 Korean won.
Superstition says that money baths can improve your financial luck. While you might not get a luxurious soak in cash, this bedroom might bring money and good fortune to your life.
2. Binggrae banana milk bed
Fans of Korea’s Binggrae banana-flavored milk will have a blast inside this room.
If you’ve never tried Korea’s famous banana milk before, now’s the time to run to the convenience store and grab a pack. Enjoy the creamy deliciousness of milk, whilst sleeping with monkeys and dreaming of bananas.
3. Massive Soju bottle
Feeling down in the dumps because of a recent breakup or work-related drama? Drown your sorrows inside this bottle of soju.
You’ll be happy to find that the beds are spacious and comfy. Once you’re too drunk to care, simply collapse in bed.
Don’t forget to bring your BFF or lover to help you recover from your soju-filled weekend.
4. Nap inside a hexagonal football
Sports fanatics can watch world-class football matches and cheer for their favorite team in this bedroom.
Feel free to go crazy and be the best cheerleader whilst lounging inside this soccer ball.
5. Pickup some slack inside a truck
Every pickup truck junkie inevitably dreams of spending warm and comfy nights in their truck bed. Lucky for us, you can get the same experience inside this bedroom, which is complete with tire-themed lighting.
Fancy a date in a drive-in cinema? Grab some popcorn and cuddle with your beau whilst movie through their flat screen TVs.
The screen might not be as big but at least you can have a private and intimate experience — and a fake steering wheel to boot.
6. Relive the good ol’ 70s & disco era
Music lovers eager to relive the 70s can get their fix in this shiny disco-themed room.
A bright disco orb lighting fixture draws the eye as the room’s main focal point.
The monochrome-styled room has walls sprawled with eye-catching silver sequins that look flashy and dramatic.
For added effect, play your favourite ’70s tunes or K-pop songs and dance the night away.
7. Minimalist chic
The luxurious room follows a faux-industrial design with its metal fixtures, monochrome furniture and scattered bits of red that add vibrant pops of color.
The master bedroom perfectly mimics the design of opulent homes, so you can feel like royalty for a night.
Outdoor BBQs & fancy baths
Ultimately, a trip to Korea’s countryside is an opportunity to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city and their fancy bathtubs are perfect for this.
Each room is equipped with medium-sized bathtubs that can be decorated with scented candles for a calming and soothing atmosphere.
If you eventually get tired or hungry, visit the terrace and fire up the grill. Feel free to binge on good ‘ol Korean meat selections like samgyupsal and chadolbagi, with sides such as japchae, lettuce and kimchi.
Once you’ve had a hearty meal, sit back and enjoy the incredible scenery of these pine trees.
Trip to Nami Island & Seoul
A trip to Gyeonggi-do isn’t complete without a visit to Nami Island. It is the home of the Petit, France in Korea which is exceptionally beautiful during autumn months when it’s bathed in pumpkin spice-coloured pine and maple trees.
The iconic island is the filming location of famous dramas like Winter Sonata, My Love from the Star, Secret Garden, and even some episodes of Running Man.
Seoul is another destination to add to your must-visit list because it’s only 40 minutes away by train.
The famous city is home tourist hotspots like N Seoul Tower, Gyeongbokgung Palace, Changdeokgung & endless hipster shopping districts at Hongdae.
Flying to Korea?
You can book a trip from Singapore to Gimpo International Airport via SIA, AirAsia or Korean Air. You can then ride Noryangjin MRT station and get off at Gapyeong MRT station. From there, take a bus at Baekdun-ri End Point and depart at Yangji Village. The pension house is a 2-minute walk from the village’s bus station.
Cozy Theme Pension is an ideal destination for those looking for unique rooms for a quirky staycation.
At S$121-184 per night, it’s a bit pricey compared to most budget hotels, but we’d do anything to forget all our problems and sleep inside a bottle of soju.
Address: 567-10, Baekdun-ro, Buk-myeon, Gapyeong-gun, Gyeonggi-do 12406, South Korea
Check in from: 2:30PM – 6:00PM
Check out until: 11:00AM
Website: Cozy Theme Pension
Featured image from Cozy Theme Pension.