InterContinental Seoul COEX
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... she had to tutor someone in the evening and her city is a 3 hour bus ride from our city. It was really great having her around though. Felt very homie. At this point I'm just taking it day by day now halfly fitting as much more as I can get in to see, halfly just being lazy until I hop on that plane, and arrive at 3pm on Saturday!!! COUNTdown 5 DAYS!!!!!! Enjoy the many photos!!!! ...
... people might try to exploit your ignorance and steal your wallet in China, but in general people are scared to seriously hurt Americans. I think this is one thing that contributes to my general sense of security and calm; even when I’m alone I feel like people are taking care of me. And while in some ways being a young woman makes you more vulnerable, in other ways it makes it easier for you to get help. Strangers are hardly ever suspicious of you, and ...
... made my day. Lip gave me a really meaningful gift; a traditional Korean dinner set that is so beautiful. I plan to place it in my exposed China cabinet when I’m filthy rich one day from living out this dream....
We met up with Michelle at Seoul Pub early in the night which was strangely crowded for such an "early" crowd. We someone manoeuvred ourselves into a booth table, whipped out scrabble, and the night was happening. I played scrabble at the pub as a result ...
... a travel day. We slept
in and took full advantage of the late check out (12pm!). Then we
went straight to Incheon international airport so we could make our
flight with plently of time to spare. Had a really nice lunch at
Paris Croissant and then jetted back to Japan! We decided to stay
overnight at Narita and then make our way to Nozawa Onsen the next
day. Turned out quite well as we arrived in Narita at 8pm, had a
quick meal at a nice yakitori place and conked out. ...
... spies sneaking in, but Southerners believe it’s because impoverished Northerners still rely heavily on wood fires for cooking and heating. “Propaganda villages” punctuate the dusty northern bank in an attempt to fool those in the South that life is better in the North, but I doubt anyone is nibbling at this emaciated bait.
Koreans in the South are divided over the idea of reunification. Many, especially in the older generations, ...