Mizo Hotel

66-9 Chungmuro-2Ga Chung-gu, Seoul, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Seoul

Főzőcske / Cooking, cooking!

A travel blog entry by arodin


... lunar new year is coming closer, time to learn how to cook 떡국, that is traditional ricecake soup. Thanks to CJ Group I had to chance to join a cooking class where we prepared yummy beefstock-ricecake soup and kimchi pancake (김치부침ᄶ 0;) with squid. Of course we ate it on the spot! :-)


Still A Lot To Learn

A travel blog entry by meredithvoss


... and decided to make the treck and feed our curiosity. Needless to say it was a VERY interesting experience....we were first led to a small loft (which I was terrified would collapse as we fit 10 women on a 5 square foot loft) and served drinks such as green tea smoothies, oreo milk shakes, and teas. When we had finished our drinks it was time for the fun to begin. We were showed the closet where all of the wedding dresses were organized by ...


A travel blog entry by dphilips

... was put in his place and I was heading back to MNL hostel to reunite with my peeps. Of course when I entered the staff were happy to see me as was I. They had become like family over the last few weeks and coming back here really was like coming back to a second home. I was happy to be able just to dump my staff and have a place to chill during the next few hours until my flight to Ho Chi Min ...

Busy Seoul

A travel blog entry by markmegan


... 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 ...

The Battle of the Yuzhno Airport

A travel blog entry by jessica.gouvion


... also get salt to dip your beef in after cooking it. They also have two types of beer called Cass and Hite. These are the U.S. equivalent to Bud Lite or Miller Lite. The Korean staple alcoholic drink in Soju. It's kind of like Sake and you just shoot it. It comes in green glass bottles, and costs about $3 USD per bottle. But boy, will it knock you off your ass! After our dinner, we hit up a couple bars. We went to one ...


This hotel, located on 66-9 Chungmuro-2Ga Chung-gu, Seoul, is near N Seoul Tower, Nanta Theater, Tapgol (Pagoda) Park, and Jungbu Market.
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    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good