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How to Rent a Home

There are plenty of boarding houses available near the campus.

Wolsae (Monthly Renting)

‘Wolse’ is Korean concept standard for rental agreement made to Korean real estate agency. (known as Budongsan) A reenter is obligated to certain money as deposit. The higher the deposit, the lower the monthly rent is. For example, each one million in deposit will lower the monthly rent by 10,000 won and sometimes one may negotiate a deposit with proportionally higher rent.

Jeonsae (Leasing)

‘Jeonsae’ is Korean concept standard for big deposit up to 80% of the property value. However, it is also negotiable depending on the size and location of the accommodation. The Lessee may live rent-free while only paying other bills. e.g.) utility bills

What to look for when looking for a place to stay
  • a. Find real estate agency (0.2% - 0.8% of transaction amount paid in commission) with close Korean friend who can translate language for you.
  • b. Advertisements without commission are possible but it can be risky.
  • c. Make sure to check if there is a well-operated heating and cold system.
  • d. Before signing a contract, visit the place yourself and take a look.
Residential Type
Residential Type
type Structure Particulars Utility
(electricity, gas, water)
Boarding House
(One-Room)
1 room, kitchen, bathroom Some are equipped with a refrigerator and wasting machine Charged to tenant
Boarding House
(Two-Room)
2rooms, kitchen, bathroom Some have a small living room. Charged to tenant
Boarding House
(Go-si-won)
One-size room with a bed and desk Joint kitchen and bathroom, no deposit money, affordable (KRW 200,000 - 250,000), fire risks Charged to go-si-won
(mostly included in usage fee)
Detached House Mostly 1 floor or 2 floors, several rooms Affordable with wide space, outdated facilities, some have a yard Charged to tenant
Apartment   Pleasant interior, convenient facilities located nearby, expensive Charged to tenant(maintenance fee also charged)

Suwon Migrant Community Service Center

Program
  • Education: Korean language vocational training, Korean language & culture education for foreign women, children’s education
  • Consultation: Related to labor, residence & nationality, medical care & insurance, multi cultural family, legal education, etc.
  • Culture & welfare: Korean culture experience program, community for foreign residents, Korean language & culture exchange party
Business Hours
  • Mon - Fri /Sun: 09:00 - 18:00
  • Closed on Saturday
User Guide
  • 1st floor: Lobby, Consultation Office
  • 2nd floor: Office, Woman’s’ Room, Children’s Play Room, International culture Exchange Center
  • 3rd floor: Computer Room, Hangeul Class Room
Location & Contact Details
  • Address: (442-851) 72- 2 Maesan-ro 30-ga, Paldal-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do
  • Tell: 032) 223-0075, 0575, 032) 224-6075

Suwon Woman’s Hot line

Program

Consultation & legal support related to domestic violence and sexual assault, Korean language class, human right promotion activity

Contact Details
  • 7nd floor Terminal Tower Building, 115 Maesanro 1-ga, Paldal-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do
  • Telephone: 031) 232-6888, 224-6888
  • Website: http://www.suwonhotline.or.kr

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