Hotel New Prince

Address: 139-14 Simgok-Dong, Wonmi-Gu, Bucheon, 420-822, Korea Rep. | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel is located on 139-14 Simgok-Dong, Wonmi-Gu, Bucheon.
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Travel Blogs from Bucheon

부평 (Bupyeong)

A travel blog entry by untilseattle on Aug 28, 2014

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-by Ellie-

부평 지하상가와 ; 부평시장을 ; 구경 나갔다. 지하상가는 ; 여전히 많은 물건들과 사람들로 붐볐다. 기억에 남는 것은 부평 재래시장 ...

NSDMZ

A travel blog entry by marrre on Aug 22, 2013

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It's ironic, in an Alanis Morrissettean way, that the two-plus-two kilometre wide landstrip along the border between North and South Korea is called the DeMilitarized Zone. No border on earth is more jam-packed with soldiers, barbed wire, watchtowers and landmines. An estimated half million men marches the north side, and roughly 150.000 on the south. Had China had that kind of man and firepower back when the Mongolians were a threat, there'd be no need for any great walls. And thus, ...

A Blog from Janell..Her Seoul Perspective

A travel blog entry by tabburnett on Jan 07, 2013

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... get hand warmers. We then proceeded to hang out in the mall until the chicken restaurant opened up. We ate the spiciest chicken I have ever had. It was so good but hurt so bad. I had to eat pickles and drink beer to take the burn away. The next part of the trip was our New Year’s Eve adventure to Mount Seoraksan. Tab did a really good job describing this trip in her blog, so all I’m going to say is that eventhough it didn’t go as planned, I still got ...

S.Korea - the colder, less polite version of Japan

A travel blog entry by tannerhall on Jan 04, 2013

... 2 to -9
Korea is weird. Not as weird as Japan,
but definitely still weird. People are definitely less polite and
orderly. The cars don't wait for people to cross the pedestrian
crossings and there are CCTV cameras everywhere. There are even CCTV
cars that drive around with massive cameras and bigger signs
announcing that you are under surveillance.

We got up super late (1pm!) after
staying up way too late the night before. We are getting into a ...

Mad cab drivers, Gangnam in the streets, 5 am

A travel blog entry by tabburnett on Sep 15, 2012

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The title is a bit of chaos as was the nightly outing I'm about to describe. I made plans with Chelsea to go out to none other than...you guessed it Hongdae. We were both suffering from,lack of food headaches so I suggested a cab. Before story: I ALWAYS tale a cab to Hongdae and it's 5 min with a $6 fee. We hop in the cab and take off...after the cab driver proceeded to pull Gangnam Style up on his phone and sing with me and $12 dollars in, ...