M Chereville Serviced Apartment
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... 90 minutes back to Seoul. They offered us a room for 60,000₩ but we thought that we could just manage, as long as the buses started up again early.
So we waited around for 3 hours. This would never be much fun, except we'd been busy and then skiing and then had waited outside for an hour. It was freezing. We wandered around and found an unlocked fitting room where we thought we could sleep, but I was too scared so we quit that. Then we went to sit by ...
... Korean sushi on our table that was far fancier than the commonplace kimbap rolls you can buy everywhere in Korea. Trust me to discover that Korea has its own, equally delicious type of sushi thirty minutes before I leave the country. Awkwardly, Mr. Han waited with me at the Ferry Port for at least 40 minutes until I went through customs, to wave me goodbye from Korea. I was not sure exactly what this day had meant to him, but knowing I would not see him again, I gave him a hearty wave ...
Seoul...wow what a city.
My first impressions of Seoul are this:
it is a very, very clean city. The Korean people seem to pride themselves on this cleanliness. There is no rubbish on streets, no graffiti, toilets are immaculate and computerised [took awhile to work it out! See photos], trains and stations are immaculate, elders and teachers are highly respected by society. The only thing ...
We've had some busy past few days. Which was not easy in the 25 degrees heat!! On Thursday evening I went to a nail salon with one of my agents, Aleyna. I was shocked.. They had no clue what to do with my nails. So I ended up telling her to stop, and taking matters into my own hands, literally. As Aleyna got cute purple sparkles, I spent an hour ripping my acrylic nails off. Ouch. Oh well, now ...
... I eat chickens feet. You know that line about any white meat tasting like chicken? Well, it sort of applies here, just chewy, fatty chicken. It was by no means horrible, but I've tried it and don't need to try it again.
Then there was the guys' pulling technique, which appeared to consist of badgering a couple of girls to come and join us at our table. I think four of them were involved, not including when two of them went over with shots as a forfeit in one ...