Amourex Hotel

Address: 72 Doseon-dong, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, 133-040, Korea Rep. | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 72 Doseon-dong, Seongdong-gu, Seoul, is near N Seoul Tower, Gate Gwanghwamun, Dongdaemun Gate (Great Eastern Gate), and Yook-Sam (The "63" Building).
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Day 7-Seoul Broadcasting School

A travel blog entry by dempster82 on Jul 15, 2014

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Last night I had dinner with the Principal, Vice Principal and Head Teachers. They wanted to formally welcome me to the school. On a side note there were about 30 dishes of food at this restaurant we went to and it is impolite to say no, so I went home feeling really sick! The Principal comments to me about how 'hard' I work on my computer all the time, in free periods. He tells me people have noticed I am always working...I wonder why?!

Hyeonwoo had to spend ...

Life and soul of the country!!

A travel blog entry by adamwilson4 on Mar 29, 2014

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29th - 31st March I landed in Seoul early morning and then had to get a bus to my hostel. I pre-booked my hostel to save time. The hostel gave me good instructions on how to get to the hostel so it was dead easy to find. After checking in I booked to go to the JLC/DMZ on the 1st April. This is the where the border is to North Korea. A girl I met in Taipei who told me that I should do the JLC tour instead of just the DMZ. The JLC does the DMZ and then takes you across ...

Gyeongbokgung Palace

A travel blog entry by kgriffin on Oct 14, 2013

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... used for.

Even if you don't make the tour, a self-guided walk is very nice. The grounds are quite large, so wear comfortable shoes. As you wander through the palace grounds, it is fun to imagine what life was like for those who lived here. I think it would have been the perfect place to be a kid because the hide and seek opportunities are endless!

The National Palace Museum ...


A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on Aug 10, 2013

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... The past three months have been unforgettable and I am so grateful for all the people who made this experience possible. This summer has certainly tipped my perception of human nature toward optimism: I had no idea there were so many good people, and so many people willing to do random acts of kindness just to help out a confused foreigner.

Hopefully this isn't the end of my travel blogging, and I'll be back on the road soon! ...

Into the DMZ (for real this time...)

A travel blog entry by eundel on Jul 03, 2013

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... They all looked young and may have been new conscripts. Korean men are required to do approximately two years of military service.

In my opinion, the crowds were a bit of a problem. At Dorasan Observatory, for example, it was basically impossible to take pictures of North Korea. Since you had to stand behind the line, which was about 10-15ft from the edge, there was always a wall of people two or three deep who were between you and your picture. We also had to be ...