I try and make it a goal that if I’m staying at a hotel in Seoul that it has a bathtub. (Many apartments in Korea, especially the ones English teachers live in don’t have bathtubs.) When I stayed at Hotel Soulhada the bathtub seemed to be their main feature, since as soon as I opened the door to my room it was the first thing, without an extra wall or sliding door for any privacy.
There were separate frosted glass doors though for the toilet and the shower.
There was also additional seating which was nice and plenty of space if you had to do work. It was a comfortable hotel and in a nice location in Seoul.