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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHongdae Guesthouse Seoul
it's very close to subway. Really like here. Near the cruising area too. Definitely will come here again.
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... from 9-6, with an hour lunch time. That is identical here, for myself and my colleagues. However, in Australia, once your hours are up, most people will head home to their families, or see friends or whatnot. Maybe a select few would stay behind because they have a deadline and they need to get work done. In Korea however, there's a stigma regarding going home early. It's seen as a "bad" thing to leave, because it looks like you're fleeing the workplace. They ...
... attention to it.
Anyway, my first ever Korean dish appeared and, luckily, I had a Korean lady siting across the aisle from me who would serve as my dining guide (unknown to her). In my main bowl (think big pasta style bowl) laid out in separate little piles were some small phallic mushrooms that I just knew would have a slightly fishy taste (and would cost about £20 for a scant handful from Borough Market), a couple of grains of ...
... away from the border. Once we reached the first of several military checkpoints, we crossed a bridge very slowly, weaving in between barricades and spiked road blocks reminiscent of WW2 tank busters (or a post-apocalyptic movie set). We arrived at the Joint Security Area where we were asked to sign a waiver without reading it and then board a bus where two armed military soldiers would escort us into the DMZ.
Officially, the Demilitarized Zone (aka the ...
... to collect my bags at the hostel and jumped on the silly subway lines. I forget to mention how confusing these are because there are so many different directions to take and there are people everywhere. but with a little patience and a smile i always figured them out. I made it to the bus station and was off on my first bus trip of many on this trip. Wow what a nice bus. it even had a charging outlet on the side of the seat and i had never seen that before. There was also a ...
... my "NCV" shipment sent off. No Commercial Value... I wanted to tell him that it had sentimental value, but I don't think he would have cared. Having that all taken care of, I set off for the Palace again - this time I made it hours before closing time! I took the afternoon to wander around the traditional Korean buildings and check out the National Folk Museum of ...