Lodging

Welcome to Korea the Land of the Morning Calm, and the United States Army's 2nd Infantry Division. Before you begin your tour serving here in the Republic of Korea, please take time to go over the information we have compiled here to better prepare you and your family for success at your new duty station.

 

All Soldiers will complete five days of in-processing at the USAG-Humphrey One-Stop, Bldg. 6400, conducted by 19th Human Resources Company. Soldiers and command-sponsored family members should reserve lodging accommodations for the duration of their mandatory in-processing, which could take up to eight days at Camp Humphreys. All unaccompanied service members, SGM, CW5, and CSL O-5 and above are encouraged to make reservations at Humphreys Lodge. All unaccompanied E-7, CW4, O-5 and below will be provided transient quarters during 19th HRC in-processing.


Soldiers and command sponsored family members will depart Camp Humphreys for their assigned installation on the fifth in-processing day. Plan to make additional lodging reservations at your final destination to accommodate the process of locating and moving into housing. Housing accommodations may be on or off post, depending on availability. Those assigned to USAG-Humphreys will remain in the Humphreys Army Lodging until they relocate to family housing or off-post housing.


For suites, pet rooms or special requests, fill out the Army Lodging Camp Humphreys Registration Form and email it to usarmy.humphreys.imcom-fmwrc.mbx.lodging@mail.mil or contact Reservations at DSN 315-753-7355 or from the U.S. 011-82-31-692-0825

 

If Camp Humphreys Army Lodging is not available, overflow lodging is at the Dragon Hill Lodge (DHL) located in Seoul at USAG Yongsan. The DHL does not have pet rooms, so advanced coordination is necessary with the Yongsan Pet Care Center to board your pet for the duration of your stay. The DHL does not direct bill with military finance and hotel costs are to be paid by the service member and family. Receipts will need to be submitted for reimbursement with Soldier’s TLA documentation.

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