I will start off by saying that I disagree with Gex T's review below, and overall had a very pleasant experience staying at Boseong Tourist Motel.
If you are looking for a cheap place to sleep for a night or two while in Boseong (we travelled there to explore the nearby Green Tea Plantations) I would definitely recommend staying here. In September 2013 a room without internet was 35,000 KRW. A room supplied with a computer and internet was 40,000 KRW.
The hotel is located a 2 minute walk away from the bus terminal (you can spot it easily as soon as you get off the bus). If you are arriving via the slow train, it is about a 6/7 minute walk. Make a left onto the main road, and just walk straight and you will see it.
We arrived late in the evening, and we were greeted by a friendly man behind the counter. He spoke mainly Korean and very little English, but was extremely helpful and patient with our broken Korean and hand gestures. We had zero problems communicating. However, having said that, after checking in we had no problems so we didn't need any additional service.
We needed to use a computer during our stay, so we selected the room for 40,000 KRW. It was a modest room and certainly was not fancy. It was an older room, and looked a bit run-down. bathroom is Korean wet-room style. Included: TV (ours worked perfectly, with a nice selection of stations), aircon, computer, water cooler, fridge (wasn't too cold, though...), and all the standards of a cheaper korean hotel (big shampoo, hair spray, etc.) It was pretty clean... but I wouldn't go eating off of the floors or anything ;)
The town is very small but there are two convenience stores within minutes, and if you walk into main town square area (go out of hotel and turn right... walk straight... can't miss it!) you will see a small supermarket, paris baguette, korean restaurants, pizza place, etc etc. There are several galbi places around that serve green tea samgyeopsal, green tea kimchi-jjigae, green tea makgeoli, etc... If you can't find one, just ask someone! I was amazed at how many people spoke very good English, considering what a small town it was. The men at 7-11 suggested a wonderful restaurant.
If you have bags and you have checked out of the hotel, you can keep them at the train station. There is a little room in the back (no lockers) but ask nicely and they will be more than happy to help. We left ours there for an entire day.
If you need to get to the Green Tea Plantations, get on the bus at the stop in front of the train station. Double check with the bus driver, but while we were waiting a taxi driver helped us figure out which bus to get on (how nice!) and then the bus driver made sure we got off in the right place too.
Overall, if you are looking for luxury, this is not your hotel. If you just want a decent place to sleep without spending a lot of money, this is your hotel. Not cozy, but nice regardless.