Jungdongjin Hotel

424, Jeongdongjin 3-Ri, Gangdong-Myeon, Gangneung, 210-822, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 424, Jeongdongjin 3-Ri, Gangdong-Myeon, Gangneung.
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Travel Blogs from Gangneung

Bari hegyek / Sheeeeep!

A travel blog entry by arodin on Jul 27, 2013

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Szöulból 3 óra buszozás után friss levegő és 200 bari várt minket ezen a meleg nyári napon. A "Daegwallyeong Bari Farm" több mint 20 éve fogadja a bárányokat látni-simogatni-etetni vágyó családokat, gyerekeket. Egy fél mozijegy áráért egy kis kosárka füvet is kap a látogató, amit a kifutóba terelt barik nagy ...

Imádok sízni / Crazy for skiing!!

A travel blog entry by arodin on Jan 16, 2011

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... my skills on the blue slopes. The best one is the slope with 5,6km length from the Dragon Peak to the valley, but even that one is finished in 15 minutes. One thing that I did not like: there are way too many people on slopes not matching their level of skiing. That's dangerous, so everyone be cautios! The weather was effing cold and the wind was blowing too, it felt like -20 degree C :-)
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East versus West. The cultural Battles.

A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Apr 04, 2008

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... would be made separately.
I was introduced to my Co Teacher and in the ways of Western Men offered her my hand. I was somewhat taken aback when she bowed at me. I had heard of this custom during our training period but had only seen it practiced whilst studying the Hollywood scriptures of Karate Kid. I tried to hide my attempt at a hand shake by bowing at the same time but unfortunately this made me look like some form of whimsical elven creature and she ...

Happy New Year

A travel blog entry by kevinbwinebold on Feb 08, 2008

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... staring out into the sea. Today is the New Year so there were tons of families out enjoying themselves and stopping by the statues of the animals from the zodiac calendar. Today begins the year of the rat. In addition to all of the beaches, DaeJun wanted to climb to the top of this lighthouse we saw off in the distance, so we marched all of the way up the hill, and then all the way to the top of the lighthouse. Hundreds of stairs, but ...

Disorientation (and waves!) in Yang-yang

A travel blog entry by mcpete82 on Oct 19, 2007

I arrived at Incheon airport knowing this: Koreans are Asian, they eat fermented cabbage, and drink some strange rice liquor. And there are no waves in Korea. I found the man holding the sign with my name (cool, that's never happened before), and followed him, expecting a quick ride into Seoul, where I thought orientation was. Already in the van were 2 other teachers, Pete from NY and Mark from San Diego. On top of the van were, to my ...