Ewha has three types of dormitories which will provide you with an opportunity to experience various cultures with students from over 80 countries. Ewha dormitory accommodates approximately 1,700 students and has common-use facilities for academic, recreational, and cultural activities. Dormitories will be assigned according to students' admitted programs.
On Campus Housing
Hanwoori Hall opened in Febrary, 1999. Only regular undergraduate students of Ewha are allowed to stay at Hanwoori Hall. Rooms are furnished with basic furniture including beds, desks, closets, and extension telephones. Internet access is also available in each room. As subsidiary facilities, there are a dining hall, a convenience store, a fitness room, an internet cafe, study rooms, lounges, computer rooms, laundry rooms, and kitchenettes.
Dormitory Complex (Graduate Student dormitory & International House)
The dormitory complex opened in August 2006. The complex consists of three buildings: Buildings A and B are for graduate students and long-term researchers or professors. Building C, Ewha-Samsung International House, and Building D, Internatioanl House Ⅱ, are for exchange students. Building C has rooms for short-term guests, too. Rooms are furnished with basic furniture including beds, desks, closets, and extension telephones. Internet access is also available in each room. As subsidiary facilities, there are convenience store, a fitness room, reading rooms, seminar rooms, lounges, computer rooms, laundry rooms, ironing rooms and kitchenettes.
Off Campus Housing
There are many fully furnished one-rooms and boarding houses available for college students in nearby areas. Boarding houses (Ha-suk in Korean) are single or double rooms, usually without furniture except desks and beds; meals are served twice a day; bathrooms are for common use; refrigerators and hot/cold water dispensers are mostly available. Prices vary from 350,000 to 600,000 KRW per month.