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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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... the awesome 18th floor view I have. Although, they have a sharktank (read: large fishtank) in the lobby, so I'll put that up on the blog. On the bright side, people here are really friendly, nothing like the Chaebol companies we've heard about. Also, because we're in overseas logistics, everyone here speaks some degree of English - some more proficient than others. This makes it a lot easier to communicate and ask questions.
Regarding the work we're given here, ...
... That is kind of how we felt about Canada after this trip. We are so fortunate to belong to a country that doesn't freely enter wars, has very few (if any) enemies, prioritizes healthcare for all citizens and doesn't force its people to live in poverty or participate in military duty and allows you to come and go as you please. I don't know about anyone else, but if the first stereotype that comes to mind when you think of Canadians is that we are polite, well then I think that's okay. ...
... every international clinic in Seoul. I did not get so much as a morsel of a reply from any of them. Nevertheless, I got the teaching job at Harriet's progressive kindergarten so I could, at least, keep my skills up to date there. The school provided us with accommodation five minutes walking distance from Harriet's house, which was a delightful bonus. We had the joy of seeing so much of Harriet that she became part of our couple, joining us for ...
... to kill so I went to the museums underneath Gwanghwarmun square. The most interesting of the two was the museum detailing the exploits of a soldier during a couple of wars with the Japanese.
That night while waiting for Paul to finish work I wandered down a river in the city that had paper sculptures and many people strolling it's banks.
The following day Paul and I went to an indoor ...
After that, it was as though I'd never left; Sam and I spent the night going from bar to bar to club; alternating between her leading boys along, me making new friends and stealing people's hats and running away, and dancing with each other and the rest of the group. And the night ended as all the best Seoul nights end; with a breakfast of mandu, doenjiang jigae and dolso bibimbap at our favourite ajuma's restaurant opposite Hooker Hill in Itaewon, around 7am.