This place is in a great area, especially if you want to see the Hanok village or take any historical tours. The room was clean and the host responded to my questions online quickly. She was friendly, and allowed me to keep my suitcase on a different floor even after checkout.
I don't recommend staying for more than one or two nights, though. There's no bed, so you sleep on a mat (if you're used to that, it's okay, but if not, it will be uncomfortable). The room is also very noisy. The plumbing is wonky, so the toilet and pipes make a lot of noise even when you're not using it. Also the walls are very thin, so you will hear everything from the other rooms. I had the unfortunate luck to be beside a loud group, so I didn't get a lot of sleep.
You may be lucky, though, especially if you visit during a time that's not busy or popular. Like I said, this place could be good for a short stay!