BEST WESTERN Premier Seoul Garden Hotel

Address: #58, Mapo-Daero, Mapo-Gu, Seoul, 121-040, Korea Rep. | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on #58, Mapo-Daero, Mapo-Gu, Seoul, is near N Seoul Tower, Coex Mall, Gate Gwanghwamun, and Dongdaemun Gate (Great Eastern Gate).
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