Benikea Hotel Acacia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to them for answers should we not be looking at a country which is clearly moving ahead and not ones who are moving backwards. The ROK is onwe of the countries we will be competing against in the near future and they are clearly more hungry and more determined to move forward, so where does this leave Australia?
Koreanism of the Day:
Land value in Korea is calculated by the Education (University and Schools) in the area. ...
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 ...
This blog is going to be really short because we had a connecting flight in Seoul and we wanted to document our little journey.
we arrived at 9:50am and we are exhausted from the flight. The airport was offering a free tour of the city that started at 10am and was returning at 3pm.
Long story short, we ran through this massive airport and missed the bus. haha. So we decided, lets get on the subway train and go downtown. We got off at ...
... it is going to look similar to Boulder in anyway. However, there are areas in this city that are just as amazing as Boulder. It may not be softly brushed snow on the flatirons or a sunrise that lights the mountains up a golden orange color, but nonetheless it is still beauty-it is the sun setting behind sky rises as I walk across a bridge running over the Han River, or the fact that there are small mountains dispersed throughout this city, or ...
... other vegetables, and finally Chinese noodles (thin noodles made of starch). The dish is then simmered to perfection at a high heat.
Jinro Soju and Chilsung Cider. Chilsung Cider is similar to Seven Up but a little sweeter and we tend to have this wherever we go.
Jjimdak is best served with these bowls of light Kimchi soup (Dong chi mi – 동치미). Dong chi mi not only stimulates your appetite, but it also soothes ...