There are many different types of accommodations in Korea from super deluxe hotels and traditional Korean hanok houses to homestays and camping grounds. Tourists can choose the type of accommodations based on their respective plans and budget. Korea offers accommodations with both western-style rooms and traditional Korean-style ondol rooms (with heated floors and futons). Generally, hotels offer western-style rooms, however some offer traditional Korean-style ondol rooms. However, certain motels and yeogwans may only offer ondol rooms, so it is a good idea to check beforehand. It could be a good chance for overseas visitors to experience the old Korean life style. All furniture, windows and other items are reproductions of a traditional Korean house. Traditional sleeping pads and quilts are provided. Samcheonggak in Seoul and Jirye Artists Colony and Suaedang in Andong boast beautiful natural surroundings. Rakgojae, Seoul Guest House in Seoul, and Saehwagwan and Yangsajae in Jeonju are each located inside a hanok village, where visitors can feel the flavor of old Korean life.
Friends House: http://www.friends-house.com/
Rakgojae: http://hs-plan.co.kr/ (Korean)
Seoul Guest House: http://www.seoul110.com/
Tea Guest House: http://www.teaguesthouse.com/english/index.php
Jirye Artists Colony: http://www.jirye.com/main/english/english-center.html
Suaedang: http://www.suaedang.com/ (Korean)