Imperial Palace Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... 47568; 잘 어울려 담백하고 고소한 맛은 예술이었다 ;. 다음에 또 들려 다른 음식도 꼭 먹어봐야지 ;.
Afterward, we walked around Hongdae little bit. Hongdae was full of things to see as we imagined. We saw quite many foreigners too. Since we were getting little hungry ...
... I didn't get much of a grasp on pronunciation, but I know that "ae" is like "ay" and that the "I" in Itaewon is pronounced like the letter "E". Bulgogi is like bull-go-gee
After visiting Korea, I would very much like to learn Korean before returning again once more. Since I'll no longer be in school for the time being, perhaps I'll enroll in some Korean language classes while working in B-more.
My aunt has been afraid to use the subway system of ...
... we were given a short info session on the many different types of kimchi and led to a kimchi classroom upstairs. After donning their aprons and receiving instructions, everyone tried their hand at making the traditional Korean food. All I can say is that the students that typically rush through their school work, did exactly the same thing when making kimchi! All the kimchi was bagged and donated to a local church, but the school served us ...
... building stands the Incheon Metropolitan City Museum where visitors can see at a glance the history of Incheon.
After lunch, we hiked our way up to the Namsan Tower. Be warned, not for the faint-hearted. Had i known we'll be "hiking" i would have exercised more before i came for this trip.
The 236.7m Seoul Tower sits atop Namsan Mountain (243m), Seoul Tower offers panoramic views of Seoul and the surrounding areas. If you ...
... directions and was told I needed to get to the other side of the station. So back up the elevator, across the station, and back down in the elevator on the other side. Now to find Exit 5. There was exit 1, exit 3, exit 7…hmmmm. OK, I think this is the road, but how the heck do I get over a railing and two lanes of traffic.
Off to the taxi rank in front of the station and ask a nice, helpful cabbie. Soon I was on my way with the assurance that Cheonghak-ri ...