Vietnamese international students rent a room in a super-small coffin, go inside and find a bargain-Young man
Different from other dark motel rooms, this room is neatly arranged, tidy and fully equipped.
Goshiwon (also known as goshitel or living-tel) is a form of micro hostel in South Korea, mostly near universities in Seoul.
More and more people are choosing to stay in Goshiwons, causing these micro-rooms to mushroom in Seoul. They are mainly 3 – 6m2 in size, for students preparing for state exams to become lawyers or high-ranking government officials. However, later, it became a popular place for students, students, and international students to study in Korea, this number accounted for 80%.
Because of this unique feature, the price of Goshiwon is also extremely cheap, only ranging from 4 to 10 million VND/month. Many people after being in this space were psychologically haunted, just wanted to get out because it was too suffocating. That’s why goshiwon is also known as “coffin inn”.
However, recently a Vietnamese international student in Korea also chose a room in Goshiwon. However, when he stepped inside, he discovered he had got a bargain.
Accordingly, this room is arranged very neatly and neatly, inside there are full of essential items such as tables and chairs, air conditioner, small refrigerator, small wardrobe… Not only that, the bathroom is well equipped. Design more transparent glass to make the room look larger.
Normally, people who rent rooms at Goshiwon have to share a dining room. However, in the room of the male international student, there is a free rice cooker and microwave oven. The laundry room and drying room are also very spacious and airy.
Below the clip, the online community constantly left comments exclaiming at the luck of this international student and wishing him well in completing his studies.
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