The East Wing has larger guestrooms and corridors than those in the West Wing. The East Wing is equipped with an ice-making machine at the entrance of each floor, and beautiful taxidermied butterflies are on display in the corridors. As a point of interest, in Japan and Europe, the butterfly symbolizes women's fidelity, so our designer, who studied in Europe, had the idea of displaying these butterflies, taking into account the fact that many newly-married couples stay at the hotel. In addition, the corridors and the guest rooms in the East Wing are decorated in a blue tone, unlike those of the West Wing. Each of the guestrooms in the East Wing covers 47m2 , which is 7m2 larger than those of the West Wing. Furthermore, the interior decoration of the East Wing's rooms features blue and white as the basic colors, representing white and blue porcelain, as our designer sought to include specifically Korean elements in the design. However, the internal facilities and services are the same in both wings.