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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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... but after reading terrible reviews I thought maybe not.
I went up to level 3, departures area and it was pretty full. Anyway I decided to look for the prayer room which was in the basement 1. Its quite easy to find its next to the train area and is signposted. But when you go in there is a christian prayer room, a catholic one and a buddist one. There isnt one for muslims. I decided just to pray outside the first one as there was enough room and the area was kind ...
I naturally woke up the next day at 6:30am we'll-rested and surprisingly, not jet lagged. I took a quick visit to the gym, showered and was ready to explore korea!
The first half of the day was dedicated to remediating the guest pass situation. We were walking in circles due to miscommunication issues. First, we went to gate 13 to turn in my guest pass/get my license back before going to camp Kim for a long term guest pass. However ...
... photos of their military installations, we could only take photos from behind a line a good ten metres behind the parapet, so I couldn't get any decent snaps. There were coin-operated binoculars and I tried to find this massive bronze statue of North Korea's first President Kim Il-sung somewhere near the city of Kaesong but I couldn't find it no matter how hard I looked. Then it was time to go underground. North Korea has drilled four tunnels (that have been discovered) into ...
We spent our last day in Seoul at two theme parks that are hugely popular in South Korea - Everland and Caribbean Bay. They're right next to one another and are over an hour and a half outside of the city. Everland is a theme park operated and created by Samsung - like many things are in Korea. Samsung has branch companies in many different departments; for example, the very popular brand in South Korea called Beanpole. It feels a bit strange that an electronics company has such ...
... shortly after.
I decided to venture out a bit and found myself at the Seoul Station. I was walking around more and observing things as they pass than anything else when I found myself at a Lotte Mart. Again, I find myself surrounded by merchandise and I did not feel like shopping. I ended up eating at a KFC, though. I had the chicken with rice and again found that the chicken was on the spicy side. After finishing my meal, I went back to Hongdae.