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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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- 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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... where the Kings used to reside. The larger of the two had a unesco listed site; a secret garden which was created for the last king who lived there. It was a lovely area, lots of ornamental ponds, rivers, pagodas and pine trees. They restrict visitor numbers to 100 per day so it is a really peaceful place to take a walk around. The palaces themselves were impressive, traditional wooden korean buildings with elaborate layered roofs and colourful decoration. ...
... in cold January!
Another area we really enjoyed was the Bukchon Hanok Village. It is not hard to see why the hilly streets of this residential area, filled with old-style houses is such a popular drama location. January was a little cold to be taking photos but we managed a few nonetheless.
All k-drama fans know of the jijimbang - the Korean sauna and bath house where you can go to bathe, exfoliate and relax in ...
... Roast Seaweed'. I think I must have looked slightly lost (if not intimidated) as I glanced at each bowl in turn over 3 clockwise cycles, not quite sure where to start and dreading being handed some chopsticks - we only had an hour left ! A stewardess arrived and we bowed to each other twice. To be honest, I wasn't quite sure how many times one bows at breakfast but two seemed about right. She set about my rice porridge mixing all of ...
... down of the Kaesong Industrial Complex. We didn't stay too long, however, before heading off to Camp Bonifas to prepare for our visit to the JSA inside of the actual DMZ.
A couple of US soldiers stationed at the camp took over responsibility for our tour and gave us a presentation with a brief history of the JSA and some do's and don'ts. Most of the don'ts involved not taking pictures of things on the UN side of the zone. They also had people in shorts and t-shirts ...
... twins, my friends JeeHee and Mary, and of course LIp joined me for dinner. Michelle my good friend and co worker was running late which didn’t bother me, but when she arrived I had a surprise within a surprise waiting for me. One she had nailed a birthday gift on the nose with a starbucks card (slight uplift in mood) and had told me Elio sent her on a mission with X amount (too much! ) of money to get me gifts...talk about stress on her! I received/picked the "korea" ...