Goldenpond Guesthouse

188-40 14/5 Myeongryun-dong 4-Ga, Seoul, 110-524, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 188-40 14/5 Myeongryun-dong 4-Ga, Seoul, is near N Seoul Tower, Gate Gwanghwamun, Dongdaemun Gate (Great Eastern Gate), and Yook-Sam (The "63" Building).
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    Weekend Special-The Korean War

    A travel blog entry by dempster82 on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... in July 1953. However to move the agreement along more quickly the US (with the backing of the UN), made an agreement with the North without the ROK's support or signature. The US did not push for the Reunification the ROK was so desperately seeking. The US/UN created the Demilitarized Zone (I will be visiting next week), in which they agreed to patrol and have the US Army present on ROK soil to 'protect' this area. The US army is ...

    North Seoul Tower

    A travel blog entry by kgriffin on Oct 23, 2013

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    ... one at night....much more romantic!

    No matter how much you want to spend, or your level of fitness, this is a great place to visit.

    If you have the time, make sure you check out the shopping in Myondong when you are done with the tower. After 6 p.m., the streets fill with vendors (in addition to the thousands of shops) and you can find really good prices on clothing, accessories, pet clothes and souvenirs, along with yummy street food.


    25 hours in Asia's World City-Hong Kong

    A travel blog entry by tabburnett on Jul 30, 2013

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    ... your first 6 months of work visa and have to pay an expensive fee for another type of visa for entrance. I missed my prime for a tour of mainland China, but I still had a scapegoat-Hong Kong. I set out as a lone traveler with nothing but a backpack. coffee, a vague plan, and open mind to see another side of this beautiful world.I woke up at 5 am last Saturday and caught the first 5:30 am train to the airport here in Korea. I had a backpack with a change of clothes, my ...

    Into the DMZ (for real this time...)

    A travel blog entry by eundel on Jul 03, 2013

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    ... was clear, with a rare blue sky for the Seoul area this late spring/early summer.

    The biggest difference, though, was the number of visitors. Back in the winter, our tour group was basically alone at every stop, with maybe one more tour bus overlapping with the end or beginning of our visits to the stops. Today, I'd say there was a minimum of six tour buses at each stop (except for the JSA, of course). On top of regular tourists, there were also Korean soldiers touring ...

    10 Things I did this weekend...

    A travel blog entry by tabburnett on Feb 24, 2013

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    ... little pink fat creature. Unsure but it helps me fit in on the subway. 9. Decided my next step in life is to ask for a 6-10 month extension in Korea then apply to a grad program at Irvine I've been in close contact with. It's one month in California, 6 in China. It focuses on international recruiting which is where i want to be ideally one day. Well see if the doors open 10. Prayed for open doors and an open ...