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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... I walked in and my jaw almost hit a passing cat. There were shelves and shelves of japanese manga (translated into Korean). They had every single possible series you could think of, and people would just lounge around with a coffee on the table, a cat in their lap, and a tidy pile of manga within easy reach. A couple there had at least several dozen books piled high on their table. There were 5 cats, I believe, in the cafe. I wish I took ...
... literally stood and looked at the North Korean guard and building just 30 or so metres away, if that, with no barrier in between. There was one North Korean guard eyeing us through his binoculars and then he did the strangest thing and ducked behind a column and kept peeping out using his binoculars. I now suspect he was on the phone as a few minutes later the doors opened and a posse of beige clad officials emerged and sauntered down the stairs to stand at ...
After the red-eye flight to Seoul, we had a bit of a hard landing here and were welcomed by some of the biggest snowflakes I've ever seen! First off, we were able to get some breakfast at the airport and exchange some money for the trip. Our first stop was Skin Anniversary, which is a massive complex devoted to skin care, beauty products and teddy bears! We all had our skin analyzed and had a facial treatment! It was pretty cool, but funny ...
... in single digits and arrived on Seoul in double digits. The only problem was that while it was in the mid-teens, it was in the negative zone, -14oC. A very chilly reception, exacerbated by having to wait on an outside stand for our hotel shuttle bus to arrive. Fortunately, it took far less time to arrive than our Frankfurt shuttle bus and soon after being picked up, we were checking in to a very ...
... and other times you choose specifically what kind you want. I've tried pork, beef, squid, intestine and several other "mystery meats". Many places also offer large lettuce leaves to create a lettuce wrap with your meat and seasoning.
I noticed that on almost every dinner table in every Korean restaurant, a bottle (or multiple bottles) of soju could be seen. Soju ...