Check in staff was friendly, continental breakfast was pleasant and plentiful. They were refinishing the facade, so it took an extra minute to find the entrance under a scaffold. Nothing else about Korea Town presented any problem that I could see.
The room was smallish, but that hardly matters when the weather is perfect, which happily it was. Easily walked to Times square, Rockefeller Center, MoMA, Grand Central, and restaurants. Bought a metro card and rode the subway to the the Brooklyn Bridge, walked the bridge & back. Wandered to South Ferry terminal and Battery Park, and subway'd back to a couple of easy blocks from the hotel. If the walls were thin, I didn't notice.
The hotel location was fine for almost all the tourist stuff on the checklist. Also, had no problem getting a taxi outside the hotel when it came time to go to La Guardia.
It's an older hotel property. The room was not inspiring, but it worked for me. The bathroom almost seemed large & bedding & such were fresh enough & clean. Elevator worked, and the stairs were also convenient for descending (without the luggage.) The Wi-Fi worked o.k. for my purposes. Flat screen TV & a bit of desk space were alright. No bugs, no bites, not too bad on the budget.More