Hotel Princess

641-1 Sinsa-Dong Kangnam-ku, Seoul, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Seoul

Jong No Shrine and Insa-Dong, Seoul

A travel blog entry by caroline63


... Dong area. This is a very buzzy area. Lots of the older Korean men were very elegantly dressed, more like Cubans with hats and smart suits. We went into the Samdae Bulgogi for a meal, choosing a restaurant which was full of mainly older Korean smartly dressed couples. I had a bibimbap: rice, vegetables bad egg with a hot curry sauce. It was OK, but when I have had it in China it has always been served on a hot wooden slab so it keeps cooking as you mix it all ...

Racial Stereotyping

A travel blog entry by bdsaly


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Twelve hours later and we’re at Incheon, Seoul’s international airport. We’re met in the arrivals area by a “greeter” whose sole job it is to ensure that we get into the correct car taking us to our hotel. She has two “parties” on her list – us and a couple with an Indian name. I point out to her which of the two parties is us and she marches us off to meet the car and bows solemnly as the car pulls away. ...

From Gyeongju via Danyang to Sokcho

A travel blog entry by paulandton


... decides to peek through the clouds and we get some better views of the mountains. We decide to take the cable car for some more views. From here we can see the Ulsan Bawi Cliff and realize it was quite a climb! It turned out to be a nice day of hiking. This brings us already to the end of our trip in Korea. We take the bus back to Seoul for some shopping and relaxing before we start a new chapter on this trip. We’re off to Japan and our first stop is ...

Take me out to the ball game

A travel blog entry by robinandlesley


... temporary rigs and an impromptu party gets underway every night. Hundreds of Koreans and Waygooks (foreigners) line the streets, enjoying beers from the 7-eleven and makeolli (sweet rice wine) from street vendors. The lack of entry fees is a big bonus, and ensures that the party keeps going for several hours. There often seems to be street boxing too which is fun to watch, nothing like a bit of bloodsport when you've had a skinful.

For us the night ended in a bar called ...

A quick lay over in Seoul

A travel blog entry by lozsue2013


... so. Booked into the Best Western near the Airport after catching free shuttle, Hotel is about 700m outside of main airport. Easy to tell we are back in Asia as the non-smoking room stinks and has just had a complete spray of deodorant. Fortunately there are windows in the room to let some fresh air in.

Very quiet night and up early to head off to Beijing. Listened to all the advice and caught the shuttle from Hotel back to Incheon Airport and bought our $5 ...


This hotel, located on 641-1 Sinsa-Dong Kangnam-ku, Seoul, is near N Seoul Tower, Gate Gwanghwamun, Dongdaemun Gate (Great Eastern Gate), and Yook-Sam (The "63" Building).
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