How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel PJ Seoul
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... night at the sleeping area and they also served food. The tradition Korean sauna was taught to get into a hot sauna then cool down into a cold room that was under zero degree. For the result, it would benefit for your skin and pores. When we were done relaxing at the sleeping area we went to shower room and we were surprised that the shower room was an open area, which all naked lady would see others while they showering. They provided a small stool and ...
... gossip show, but upon further inspection we realized that this couldn't have been further from the truth. The DMZ is the Korean Demilitarization Zone it makes up a 2.5 mile wide 160 mile long boarder that separates North Korea from South. Despite its name it is the most heavily militarized boarder in the world, and you can visit. There is even a military escorted tour of the tunnels that have been burrowed from north to south. To us ...
... after seven hours of sitting in class.
7:30PM: Dinner. Bibimbap or soybean-noodle soup.
Then study for the rest of the night. Or, more likely, Skype, write blog posts, and procrastinate. In summary: if you see many blog posts from me, don't be surprised. My life has gotten significantly less worth writing home about, but I don't mind. Still grateful to be here and sad to be leaving so soon.
South Korea is not a place many people choose to visit just because of tourism alone. With over 43.000 English teachers, mainly young Americans that are to retarded to get a real job back home, most visitors are either friends of foreigners living here or they are here for business. My reason was actually to catch a flight, which is tomorrow, so I allowed myself for a week in South Korea. I have only visited two cities and ...
... Cameron and I were off
to the Will Rogers Airport to get me checked in and meet the rest of my TaLK
group, as well as my awesome family who came up last night. The check in and
walk to the gate went pretty smooth, except for the obvious—me over packing by
9 lbs and everyone being in tears, but those were both expected. All of the
normal things happened, and we were off to LAX. We landed there and it was so