Karak Tourist Hotel

Address: 98-5 Karak-Dong Songpa-gu, Seoul, Korea Rep. | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on 98-5 Karak-Dong Songpa-gu, Seoul.
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    "What are your post-graduate plans?"

    A travel blog entry by haleycheetham on Aug 16, 2015

    ... course).
    To be honest, the paperwork associated with working abroad is downright awful, and I hope hope hope I can share that it was worth it at the end of this year. What with getting a background check, getting that background check apostilled by the Korean government, my fingerprints taken, my degree notarized and apostilled after a 6-week delay from my University to distribute said degree, my health forms completed and verified, my passport sent to NYC for my ...

    Half day to the DMZ

    A travel blog entry by anita.russ on Dec 21, 2014

    ... looks bleak and empty but then it is the borderland and the temperature today is -9C. There is a village visible across the zone but this is the famous for being a false village of facades where people used to be bussed in each morning to make it look occupied. You can look through binoculars at the guards on the other side. There is a place called Kaesong City which can also be seen. This is an industrial area where cheap North Korean labour is used in manufacturing. ...

    Seoul Searching

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Aug 11, 2014

    307 photos

    ... and save yourself a lot of queuing for a cable car. We did the loop, had a good look to see if we could see the pope and his masses, but alas all we could see was buildings as far as the eye could see (through the fog). We treated ourselves to a packet of jellybeans at the top and set off back down, stopping for a toilet break in the bathroom with the best views in Seoul of course.

    Our feet just had enough left in them for one more walk so we headed to ...

    Around in Gangnam

    A travel blog entry by esprillant on Apr 22, 2014

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    How could you come to Seoul and not visit Gangnam? You would do a horse dance like Psy for the very least! But unfortunately it was too embarrassing for Lou, so I was also banned from doing the horse dance... As a matter of fact, I was also banned from trying to speak in Korean as well, what ashamed?! I could at least show off my greeting skills... =)

    Anyway, speaking of Gangnam, the main strip seemed ...

    Yeouido... A sad and cold district. But I LOVE it

    A travel blog entry by miccah on Jul 08, 2013

    ... from hall to L1. Its architecture design feature is unique and classy. That stair is also appear on the cover of Conrad's website. The elavator is apparent so we can see it going up and down, so fun! Honestly, the 1st time I look at those things, I thought I am standing in the "That winter the wind blows" movie sence - my fav Kor drama ever.

    We need card to go upstair. That's safe to the customer anyways. But only 1 card! That's mean if my ...