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Iksan, South Korea
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H Drive Hotel
7.4 Good
38, Inbuk-ro 2-gil, Iksan, South Korea
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1.0 mi from city centre, Iksan 
GoodBased on 46 reviews
7.4

Iksan H Drive Hotel is located in Iksan and offers free Wi-Fi. It provides free private parking on site and is close to shops and restaurants.

Iksan Grand Palace Hotel
8.2 Excellent
9, Mokcheon-ro 1-Gil, Iksan, South Korea
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1.1 mi from city centre, Iksan 
ExcellentBased on 6 reviews
8.2

Iksan Grand Palace Hotel provides a comfortable setting when in Iksan. Guests also have access to complimentary wireless internet and on-site parking.

Westernlife Hotel
7.7 Good
380, Dongseo-ro, Iksan, South Korea
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1.2 mi from city centre, Iksan 
GoodBased on 202 reviews
7.7

Western Life Hotel provides comfortable 4-star accommodation in Iksan. Those staying at the property can also make use of free Wi-Fi during their stay.

Iksan Mari
5.5 Okay
26, Baesan-ro 6-gil, Iksan, South Korea
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0.8 mi from city centre, Iksan 
OkayBased on 2 reviews
5.5

Mari acid provides a comfortable setting when in Iksan. It is conveniently positioned for guests wanting to visit local attractions.

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Cheapest month:October
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Iksan:£68/night
Cheapest price found:£20/night
Cheapest day:Wednesday
Most expensive day:Monday
£51 - £100
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£32 - £76
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H Drive Hotel
7.4 Good
38, Inbuk-ro 2-gil, Iksan, South Korea
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1.0 mi from city centre,  

Iksan H Drive Hotel is located in Iksan and offers free Wi-Fi. It provides free private parking on site and is close to shops and restaurants.

£28
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Iksan Mari
5.5 Okay
26, Baesan-ro 6-gil, Iksan, South Korea
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0.8 mi from city centre,  

Mari acid provides a comfortable setting when in Iksan. It is conveniently positioned for guests wanting to visit local attractions.

£31
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Iksan Grand Palace Hotel
8.2 Excellent
9, Mokcheon-ro 1-Gil, Iksan, South Korea
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1.1 mi from city centre,  

Iksan Grand Palace Hotel provides a comfortable setting when in Iksan. Guests also have access to complimentary wireless internet and on-site parking.

£43
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Westernlife Hotel
7.7 Good
380, Dongseo-ro, Iksan, South Korea
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1.2 mi from city centre,  

Western Life Hotel provides comfortable 4-star accommodation in Iksan. Those staying at the property can also make use of free Wi-Fi during their stay.

£72
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H Drive Hotel
No. 1 most popular

H Drive Hotel

38, Inbuk-ro 2-gil, Iksan, South Korea

7.4. Good
£28

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Iksan Mari
No. 2 most popular

Iksan Mari

26, Baesan-ro 6-gil, Iksan, South Korea

5.5. Okay
£31

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Olleh Muintel

41 Inbok-Ro 4-gil, Iksan, South Korea

£25

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3 stars
Iksan Grand Palace Hotel
No. 1 most popular

Iksan Grand Palace Hotel

9, Mokcheon-ro 1-Gil, Iksan, South Korea

8.2. Excellent
£43

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4 stars +
Westernlife Hotel
No. 1 most popular

Westernlife Hotel

380, Dongseo-ro, Iksan, South Korea

7.7. Good
£72

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About Iksan

Nicknamed the “City of Jewellery”, Iksan lies on the Okgu and Keumman Plains backed by the rugged peaks of Mount Cheonho and Mount Mireuk. It’s home to historic palace complexes and royal tombs, as well as the ruins of what was the largest Buddhist temple of the ancient Baekje Kingdom.

Things to do

Admire relics from the Baekje Kingdom and the art of Korean jewellery makers at the Iksan Jewelry Museum. The outstanding collection also includes highly-prized gemstones, ancient fossils and life-size dinosaur skeletons that offer a glimpse into Korea’s distant past.

Want to see one of the oldest stone pagodas in Korea? Visit the Mireuksa Temple Site where the remains of the largest Buddhist temple in the ancient Baekje Kingdom are located. Items excavated from the temple site are now on display at the Mireuksaji Museum, together with exhibits detailing the advanced architectural skills employed in the temple’s construction.

Nearby lie the Ssamgneung (Twin Tombs) of Iksan, two stone chambers that were unearthed during an excavation survey in 1917. Learn about the lives of their occupants, King Mu and his wife Queen Seonhwa, with the large Daewangmyo royal tomb extending a staggering 30 metres in diameter and five metres in height.

Spend an afternoon wandering around the UNESCO World Heritage-listed palace ruins of Wanggung-ri, which date from the early-7th century. In addition to its five-storey stone pagoda and ancient remains, the archaeological site includes a museum displaying relics excavated from Wanggung-ri.

Getting around

Iksan is over an hour’s drive south of Seoul and just over two hours from Incheon International Airport, with both buses and trains making the journey. Buses are available throughout Iksan and travel to the surrounding archaeological sites.

Iksan travel FAQs

Nicknamed the “City of Jewellery”, Iksan lies on the Okgu and Keumman Plains backed by the rugged peaks of Mount Cheonho and Mount Mireuk. It’s home to historic palace complexes and royal tombs, as well as the ruins of what was the largest Buddhist temple of the ancient Baekje Kingdom.

Things to do in Iksan

Admire relics from the Baekje Kingdom and the art of Korean jewellery makers at the Iksan Jewelry Museum. The outstanding collection also includes highly-prized gemstones, ancient fossils and life-size dinosaur skeletons that offer a glimpse into Korea’s distant past.

Want to see one of the oldest stone pagodas in Korea? Visit the Mireuksa Temple Site where the remains of the largest Buddhist temple in the ancient Baekje Kingdom are located. Items excavated from the temple site are now on display at the Mireuksaji Museum, together with exhibits detailing the advanced architectural skills employed in the temple’s construction.

Nearby lie the Ssamgneung (Twin Tombs) of Iksan, two stone chambers that were unearthed during an excavation survey in 1917. Learn about the lives of their occupants, King Mu and his wife Queen Seonhwa, with the large Daewangmyo royal tomb extending a staggering 30 metres in diameter and five metres in height.

Spend an afternoon wandering around the UNESCO World Heritage-listed palace ruins of Wanggung-ri, which date from the early-7th century. In addition to its five-storey stone pagoda and ancient remains, the archaeological site includes a museum displaying relics excavated from Wanggung-ri.

Getting around Iksan

Iksan is over an hour’s drive south of Seoul and just over two hours from Incheon International Airport, with both buses and trains making the journey. Buses are available throughout Iksan and travel to the surrounding archaeological sites.

  • What are the best hotels in Iksan?

    H Drive Hotel (7.4/10 from 46 reviews) is a popular and highly-rated option in Iksan.