1. Small room and bathroom are in brand-new condition. That would be the highlight of this hotel.
2. Check-in was slightly rushed and not so informative.
3. Korean guests seemed to enjoy the breakfast though I would give it a 2 out of 10. No bacon, strange eggs, horrific "ham" slices and "sausage", no jam choices, and typical sliced white bread are the only western options. Korean options included plastic tasting bulgogi, fish (not bad) and salad (not bad). My point is, if breakfast is important for you, this hotel is not the best.
4. City view is to be avoided as the landscape consists of parked tractor-trailers and a tire disposal yard. Sea view has great night shots of the bridge. Opt for the sea view if you want to open the curtain.
5. My stay was during August 2020, far overpriced in my opinion. The max I would consider for this hotel would be around 120,000 per night. (ocean view)
6. The big saving grace would be the Dalkomm coffee cafe on the first floor. A convenience store shares the hotel lobby as well. These help to make your stay significantly more enjoyable.
7. Not many options around the GwangYang area, its not a bad choice if you are looking for clean and efficient accommodation. If you can book for around 100,000 won, it is a clear choice. Otherwise, you may want to consider other options.