New Rasung Tourist Hotel

Address: 874 Bono 3-dong, Sangrok-gu, Ansan, Korea Rep. | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 874 Bono 3-dong, Sangrok-gu, Ansan.
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Travel Blogs from Ansan

Rush&Cash VESPID II.

A travel blog entry by arodin on Mar 06, 2014

3 photos

Számomra ez volt az idény utolsó meccse. Baróti Árpiék mindent beleadtak, de sajnos hiába lengettük a magyar zászlót, szoros menetekben vesztett a VESPID. Azért sikerült fognom egy dedikált arany röplabdát, juhúúú! :-)


Surprising Seoul

A travel blog entry by molihua on Jul 12, 2013

1 comment, 33 photos

... from the edge of the observatory platform and as a result the background of the photo was just white and foggy.

The Dorasan Station was built in hope to open trade between North and South Korea. It is hoped that one day people will be able to travel across the boarder. Presently is serves as a tourist stop on the tour. It was an interesting day out of the city and I would recommend to anyone visiting Seoul.


First night in Seoul

A travel blog entry by elisehuerta on May 13, 2013

13 photos

It's three in the morning. I'm pretty sure I'm making an epic mistake right now by not forcing my body back into a restless sleep, but my body is wired and my eyelids feel like they've been duck-taped open. I knew 10:30 was too early to go to bed last night but I couldn't help it. My body was absolutely wrecked after the 23 hours of traveling it took to get here; I kept feeling randomly dizzy and nauseous and decided it was probably ...


A travel blog entry by on Feb 07, 2013

3 comments, 17 photos

... I'm curious how it'll be when we finally go out to eat for the first time.

Since we're on the topic of food, I'll break some news. The only problem I'm having with Korea is the food. I seriously love everything else about this place so far. I'm trying so hard to like it, but I'm just not a fan yet. I'm sure it'll grow on me and be better once I get out of a college cafeteria, but ...

Why I decided to come home...

A travel blog entry by beckiablaze on Oct 08, 2012


... to hit the kids with. I don't hit the students. I don't believe that hitting is an appropriate punishment (I mean seriously, you are going to hit a kid to punish him for hitting someone? How does that make ANY sense?) and it obviously isn't working. The kids shrug it off and go back to their business of being holy terrors.
My students come in a vast range of levels, some of them don't know how to spell their own name using English letters, ...