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 4,300 students and has common-use facilities for academic, recreational, and cultural activities. Dormitories will be assigned according to students' admitted programs.
On Campus Housing
E-House, opened in August 2016, is an eco-friendly building that can accommodate about 2,150 students. Different from traditional corridor style, it is a unit type where 4 to 10 students share a living room to cooperate and communicate with one another and cultivate Ewha spirit among residents, yet it protects students’ privacy.
- Hanwoori House
Hanwoori House, opened in February 1999, is located at a place with the most spectacular view in our campus. The dormitory consists of Building 101 for undergraduate students, 102 (Soseul-gwan) for law school students and Building 103 which opened in February 2016. Hanwoori House can accommodate approximately 1,330 residents and it plays an important role in cultivating intercultural communication and Ewha spirit among residents.
I-House, located near the West Gate and Ewha Womans University Church, consists of 5 buildings in total - Building A&B, Ewha-Samsung International House opened in 2006, building D in 2012, and building E in 2013. I-House can accommodate about 770 residents, including exchange students, Ewha Language Center students and guests who visit Ewha from all over the world. I-House is equipped with a fitness room, computer rooms, laundry rooms and kitchenettes on each floor to offer a high level of comfort and provide a pleasant residential life by ensuring living convenience.
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.