Hotel President

188-3 Euljiro 1-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, 100-191, Korea Rep. | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 188-3 Euljiro 1-ga, Jung-gu, Seoul, is near N Seoul Tower, Gate Gwanghwamun, Dongdaemun Gate (Great Eastern Gate), and Yook-Sam (The "63" Building).
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    Travel Blogs from Seoul

    Bukchon Hanok village

    A travel blog entry by kenzie.j.hi on Jun 29, 2014

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    A hanok is a traditional style Korean home with a wooden roof and flooring. You can actually pay to stay in one for the night, but we would just be visiting for the first half of the day [add to bucketlist]. Bukchon is a residential village so people actually live inside these homes. It would be so cool to live in one, but annoying that a bunch of tourists would be walking through your backyard. People watching is one of my favorite ...

    The Tale of Two Koreas

    A travel blog entry by kelseyandmike on Oct 19, 2013

    21 photos

    ... month, we constantly received emails from friends and family asking if they should be worried by what they were hearing on the news. We were confused. We logged into CNN's homepage and suddenly saw what they were so concerned about. Headline after Headline showed the growing animosity between the North and South: North Korea threatens South Korea with nuclear attacks, Tensions at the DMZ rise, USA possible target of North Korean Missiles, Certain Death is near for South ...

    Metro meeting

    A travel blog entry by nyukwha on Oct 08, 2013

    3 photos

    ... of the platform, I think. I’m not sure, because I never use it.”

    She just came back from a trip to India and Thailand, where she stayed in farm communities to study their way of eco-farming. The next weeks she will give lectures on her experiences to people on her farm in the centre of Korea. She travels a lot, she says, but it always has something to do with her work. That’s the only way she can travel with the little money she can ...

    Better Late Than Never...

    A travel blog entry by meredithvoss on Aug 12, 2013

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... they just want to help you as much as possible...bought a bike, (it's a pretty sweet road bike, coral and baby blue, however I need to find out how to raise the handle bars because I almost ran over 3 people as well as almost killed myself while riding today...needless to say, I need to get those handle bars raised so I can have some control!) Anyways, as I brought the bike out of the subway station some guy carried it all the way up the stairs for me, about ...

    Update on daily life

    A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on Jun 18, 2013

    ... again the next night. Even though there isn't that much to do at night in Seoul besides going out to eat and drink, I have no idea how they are able to sustain this lifestyle.

    On an unrelated note, I'm kind of struggling with Korean. When I started studying it last year, I thought "Chinese comes so naturally to me, how hard can it be to learn Korean?" The answer is, really effing hard. Maybe it's just my personal problem, but it seems like Chinese is exponentially more ...