Because North Korea isn't the only one with experimental Rock-Its, Suda is a series of crazy guest houses perched on a South Korean mountainside adjacent to an old mining town, originally built by the bass player of a band by the same name, who regularly plays there. There are six houses in all, each with its own theme, modeled after the likes of a Ferrari, a Spanish bull, and a black "stealth-fighter"... reeeeal subtle there, stealth-house. The crazy-unique architecture means they're also decked out with these "tails", which act as hammocks that're only accessible from inside the house, and which literally rock. LITERALLY. This type of guest house is known in South Korea as a Pension (pronounced "paan-shi-on"), and is generally a way for city folks to take a mini-break and have somewhere nice to retire for the weekend. Typically though, they do not have giant freakin' horns attached to the front. Inside the Stealth House, there's a fairly comfortable king-size for you to go off-radar for a while. Forecast for the Blue Room is partly cloudy with a 100% chance of straight chillin', son! The Ferrari House has its own kitchen, though there's a cafe out in the back catering to all the abodes, should you want a quick launch lunch.