B And B Morning Calm

Address: 45-89 Pyeong-chang-dong Jongno-gu, Seoul, 110-847, Korea Rep. | B&B
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This B&B, located on 45-89 Pyeong-chang-dong Jongno-gu, Seoul, is near Jungbu Market, Jonny Dumpling, and Heojun Museum.
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Bukchon Hanok village

A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Jun 29, 2014

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... Dongdaemun and Namdaemun. Dongdaemun is the oldest and largest one, but Namdaemun is cheaper. It was described to us as sort of like a K-mart. Namdaemun market is open and the most busy through all hours of the night. It's impossible to shop all of the market because there are various sections of the market spread throughout the area. There is an area specifically for fabric and another for shoes, etc. etc. It can be very overwhelming. ...

A visit to Seoul...part 1!

A travel blog entry by lesleypink on Apr 10, 2014

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... friendly and spoke to us about the city whilst the car stereo blasted us with classical music and the Sat Nav screeched warnings to him about the speed limit! In Tokyo the taxis are an oasis of calm; the drivers are immaculately presented, courteous to the point of disinterest, and the roads, though busy at times, are smooth and well laid out whilst drivers appear attentive to each other and the traffic signals. This didn't appear to be the case in Seoul! We arrived at the ...

Day 134: The slow train to Seoul

A travel blog entry by johnnyandamber on Feb 28, 2014

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... room is really nice and a good size. We each took turns showering the long train ride off our body. John went to the store to get food and came back with a ton of stuff. One particularly interesting thing he brought back is the Korean rice drink called Makkoli. It is slightly alcoholic and tastes pretty similar to the drink in Ecuador that was chewed up vegetable and then spit back out. I am looking forward to being able to cook real food ...

Mt. Gwanak Adventure

A travel blog entry by kgriffin on Nov 04, 2013

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... is built up with stairs and bridges, and is suitable for new hikers and families. Take note that while easier than other options, it is still quite steep, and proper shoes are necessary.

Petey and I decided that rather than take the main trail, we wanted to take a longer, more challenging trail to the top. We got to a point early on that had one sign pointing us one direction, but when we went that way we would run into another sign pointing us ...

An Impressive Trip to the Demilitarized Zone

A travel blog entry by kevandhazel on Sep 08, 2013

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... been issued helmets as the tunnel was low and we knocked our heads quite a few times against the ceiling.

The second stop of the day was the Dora Observatory which offered a nice view into North Korea – which as you might expect doesn't look that much different to the South. From the platform we could also see the two villages within the DMZ. The one belonging to the South is home of a few farmers which are very rich as they don't need to pay any ...